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Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor]
Hey as long as those guys on the Champions Tour shoot their age, it counts right?
01/31/06 @ 04:21
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
That's right. If I break my age (40) for 9, I'm usually pretty happy.
01/31/06 @ 15:37
Comment from: RgolfK [Visitor]
Oh look whose name pops up on the first full tour event for the elder circuit. Mr Eaks. Seems a sooth from the midwest mentioned at the end of last year that if this guy figures out how to win, he could be a new hot name. Four top 15 finishes in last 6 outings is a nice trend that shows the learning process is well under way. And I believe that 65 was a tie to the course record. Love the blogs, keep the insights to the Champions Tour coming.
01/31/06 @ 22:06
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
RW can play, but not this past Sunday. Winners seldom post +2 scores on Sunday, nor do they bogey Par Five finishing holes. I hope he does win, so that you can stop with the smarmy "oh look" openers. By the way, my great hope for this year is Lonnie Nielsen, who had an unspectacular 16th, 2 strokes back of Reverend Eaks.
01/31/06 @ 23:47

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