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Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
Hey Ron Mon--

A fine comparison of spectacular players having spectacularly bad final rounds. Retief's might've been even worse, though, because he came in three strokes ahead of everyone. The final round was almost just a formality. Wie was only tied for the lead going in, no one was prepared to hand it over to her just yet.

P.S. Welcome to Blog Central!
07/03/05 @ 08:33
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Thanks, Jennifer. Didn't know anyone could even SEE my blogs yet. Gracias por la bienvenida (I'm all Esteban Toledo right now.) Seems to be a nice neighborhood. I'll hang out for a good while.
07/03/05 @ 09:33

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