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Comment from: Dave Marrandette [Visitor]
Woody is right. It is a conundrum created only by the media - in this case our friends at the Golf Channel, the self-acclaimed "Golf's Home."
08/11/07 @ 09:41
Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
I've always thought Woody was a lot better than is generally perceived. It would be wonderful if he won tomorrow. I totally agree with him that leading every TV appearance with him breaking the putter over his head is beyond disgusting and one more reason I can't stand the golf media and broadcasting people. So tomorrow we will have to endure endless replays of Ames comments about Tiger and how he lost 9 and 8 and how he is an ahole etc. etc. If there was any justice in this world Ames would win tomorrow.
08/11/07 @ 20:00
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
No one ever brings up the incident, after
Woods won his first Masters, when he refused
to take a congratulatory phone call from
Bob Hope. The move of a total weenie. I'm not
saying we should dwell on it, but neither
should we dwell on putter-breaking.
Sergio's whining, well, maybe...
08/12/07 @ 00:46

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