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Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
I think it's ridiculous to say these
pro golfers have punishing schedules.
They travel in style, the courses are in
great condition and they get the red carpet
treatment wherever they go.

What do you think Ron? Are these guys a
bunch of monkeys, or what?
12/04/06 @ 19:23
Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
Kevin Stadler got screwed by the PGA Tour IMO when he was DQ'd at the Las Vegas tournament when he was in strong contention to win in 2005. They said he had a bent club in his bag ? He would have retained his card if this had not happened. I wonder if they would have DQ'd Tiger under the same circumstances ?
12/04/06 @ 20:32
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Yes, they would have dq'ed Tiger. That rule is a no-brainer. Tiger would have admitted to bending the club, as he is much more aware than Stads of every element/aspect of his game.
12/04/06 @ 23:14
Comment from: Baby Blue Eyes [Visitor] Email
Cry me a river! Perhaps Kevin Stadler can get a regular job like the rest of us.
12/05/06 @ 14:14
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Well, no, you miss the point. He DID qualify for his tour card, so he IS set for another year. He EARNED the card by finishing in the top 20 on the N-Wide Tour. He won twice there.
12/05/06 @ 14:22
Comment from: Baby Blue Eyes [Visitor] Email
I hear you. He has his card for the PGA. But please do not feel sorry for him (or any other pro golfer) for having to 'earn' their way into a lucrative and exclusive club.
12/05/06 @ 14:48

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