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Comment from: Spencer Hux [Member] Email
Dear skipper-
Great minds think alike. Love will have a tough time coming back from that one.
03/25/06 @ 09:43
Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Member]
I don't think Titleist was enjoying his performance all that much either!
03/25/06 @ 15:21
Comment from: hank [Visitor]
Remember in 97 when DL3 won at Winged Foot? He sank that putt with the rainbow in the background. The media waxed poetic about it. You know what I noticed? He didn't let go of his hat. When he acted like he was tossing his hat in a victory celebration, he held on at the last instant. Arnie could let go of his hat. Jack didn't have a hat but he would've tossed his putter. DL3 can't let go. That's why he will never be a major winner. He's lacking something inside. That's my $.02 worth.

Best,
Hank
06/16/06 @ 14:00

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