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Comment from: The Undaunted Duffer [Visitor]
I've been following Jaidee for a little while now, and his game is impressive, especially if you consider where he came from.

He seems like a great guy who is truly genuine. I think he's just got the Augusta jitters.
2006-04-07 @ 11:13
Comment from: Hoyt Decker [Visitor]
Well, if Jaidee can make the cut, maybe he can get David Duval to carry his bag for rounds 3 and 4. WOW, is Duval ever driving over a cliff Thelma & Louise style!
2006-04-07 @ 12:12
Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Visitor]
Jaidee got camera time yesterday. That's enough to rattle anyone's chain! Where he's no threat, this is definitely good experience for him.
2006-04-07 @ 14:32
Comment from: Bangkok Al [Visitor]
Unfortunately, Thongchai missed the cut. The tricky greens gave him trouble. But here's what I heard in the days leading up to the Masters. Thongchai was actually planning to stay at a Buddhist temple during the tournament. Why? Because he's very comfortable sleeping like a monk, on a concrete slab. From what I hear, Thongchai likes sleeping on a floor than in a bed! But as it turns out, he stayed with his Thai friend Charlie, the owner of a very famous Thai restaurant in Atlanta. Incidentally, the sportswriters in Bangkok all say Thongchai is a great guy -- very genuine and humble, despite the fame and wealth he's acquired as one of Thailand's most famous and accomplished athletes.
2006-04-08 @ 09:59
Comment from: Bangkok Al [Visitor]
Correction: He prefers the floor to a bed.
2006-04-08 @ 10:04

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