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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Well, his shirts are not as hideous this year, so that's nice.
07/10/08 @ 08:00
Comment from: Dave M [Visitor] Email
RonMon, I had the same thoughts as you when I read that crap on TGC.
07/10/08 @ 11:05
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
I agree with you here 100 percent, Ron Mon. It's obvious to me that Perry is a great guy. Remember, this is a man who takes off time each year (is it Oct.?) to coach his high school golf team for free. And if part of his reason for skipping the British Open is that he wanted to honor previous commitments, it just further underscores what a class act he is.

Anyone who doesn't appreciate Perry is simply a victim of the shallow, superficial values that prevail in this modernistic age. Along with Vijay Singh, he's the only player on tour I truly root for.
07/11/08 @ 18:31
Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor] Email
Although I was surprised and disappointed (and you disagreed, Ron Mon) that Woody Austin didn't take his first opportunity to play in the British Open last year, it's not the same situation for Kenny. He has played in it before, not that brilliantly, and has said all along that his whole schedule is based on making Ryder Cup. His best bet for consolidating his position is obviously John Deere. Kudos to the man. Have heard no criticism in UK for his decision either.
07/12/08 @ 11:47
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Wendy, welcome back! We've missed your 'ever so unique' point of view here in the blogs! ;)

Monny, you know we don't often agree; but on this one we do - Kenny Perry has what it takes to become a true golf great. Let's hope he makes it!
07/14/08 @ 13:28
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Hey, Wendy...Hope all was well and you just had a better offer!

RM
07/14/08 @ 17:15
Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor] Email
Decamped to Ewen Murray @ SkySports for a breather, but missed your accent, Ron.

Fortunately, have Ryder Cup "alert" on your blogs, (you're not really going to ignore said event, are you -per Bastable stats.?) so perfect excuse to stick my oar in again, I'm afraid.

Are Paul's biceps salacious?
07/16/08 @ 11:10

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