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Comment from: Justin [Visitor]
Phil's a two-faced jerk, the sooner you and all his other round faced, pie-eating dopey fans realize that the better off we will all be.
02/03/06 @ 12:27
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Round-faced? See that carved profile? Please! Pie? Sure, I like a slice every now and then, but I will tell you that he is in better shape than you, is probably a better father than you, and that is all that matters to him and his family. Unless he has wronged you personally, what right have you to call him a "two-faced jerk?" Shame, shame, shame!
02/03/06 @ 14:43
Comment from: parseval [Visitor]
I wouldn't go about insulting other people myself but I really think Phil is two-faced and that the sooner golf fans realise he is only playing up for the cameras the better. I have also noticed he goes around trying to be the chosen one and yet he is not as good a golfer as Vijay not to talk of you know who!
02/03/06 @ 22:44
Comment from: Andrew [Visitor]
Not as good a golfer as Vijay- please.......
As for two faced, if he really was that bad a guy, why would he take so much time signing autographs every day and also contribute significantly to various charities, not just with money but with his own time?
02/04/06 @ 05:08
Comment from: Jim COULTHARD [Visitor]
Funny, reading Travel golf I would have thought that Michelle Wie was the most hated athlete in the world. Certanly the most hated golfer.
02/04/06 @ 19:46

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