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Comment from: John D [Visitor]
I don't care what they blame it on....It was great to be able to see OTHER pro golfers for a change!!!! Even though, we had to watch re-runs of Tigger' Friday performance on Saturday...Oh wait, I recorded those. I'll keep them forever and won't mid a bit to see Tigger miss a 6 footer, followed by missing the 3 foot comeback for DOUBLE BOGEY. Then Back 2 Back DOUBLE BOGGIES!!! A moment to be cherrished forever!
05/03/10 @ 18:33
Comment from: Denise [Visitor]
I'm with you John! Love when Tiger is out of the mix as it opens up exposure for new players to step up their game. I hope this continues for a long time.
05/04/10 @ 15:48
Comment from: Bruce Gardner [Visitor] Email
Kiel I totally agree with your comments about Faldo. I'm pleased that Tiger is not playing well - it shows he has a conscience with remorse on his mind. Until such time as he makes peace with his family and his conscience his mind will not come right! Once its settled and he has no " demons" to resolve in his conscience he will have peace and return to be a great player. It was wonderful to see other players too! Very well done young Rory!
05/06/10 @ 00:27
Comment from: Jacob Black [Visitor]
Interesting readm thanks for posting.
01/17/11 @ 20:58

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