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Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Wow Ron Mon, you're actually right!
09/28/08 @ 21:14
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Happens all the time...
09/28/08 @ 21:25
Comment from: AJ [Visitor] Email
Actually, Vijay did better than Villegas in the regular season, and that has to count for something. Are you advocating a points system where the regular season would count for nothing?

Also, Vijay would have fared better at the Tour Championship if he had some pressure. The only pressure he had (as he mentioned in the interview) was to make sure he did not sign an incorrect scorecard or get disqualified. This was Vijay's only finish outside the top 10 at this course in 8 appearances. Villegas played the whole round with bravado and a bit of recklessness (double bogey, bogey, 4 birdies in 5 holes or something like that thereafter etc....)

I think the stats guys did just fine last year and this year, and you can Monday morning quarterback every year.
09/28/08 @ 23:27
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Good point about the regular season...to where should we send your referral check?
09/29/08 @ 06:06
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Why should the regular season count for anything, other than to QUALIFY FOR these supposed playoffs? No other major sport does that, unless you want to count Nascar. If the PGA Tour ever wants this FedEx Cup to have serious chops, the average fan needs to be able to observe the win happening - and without the use of HAL the computer.
09/30/08 @ 09:30
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Another excellent point...duplicate check, I guess.
09/30/08 @ 10:42
Comment from: Art [Visitor] Email
VJ should get points for being more exciting
11/07/08 @ 03:43
Comment from: Virgina Stonesifer [Visitor]
This is very informative article. Thanks for writing.
12/12/10 @ 09:32

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