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Comment from: Jonathan [Visitor]
Ben Crane: is it over yet? I had several anxiety attacks watching Golf this weekend. I had to look away from the TV screen every time he appeared only to look back before he was finished the nightmare-ish epic. This win can only be a fluke, his putting won this while others were having difficulties, in my opinion. Butch H. tell him to stop this madness so I can return to my relaxing weekend golf viewing. Please !
07/26/05 @ 11:12
Comment from: Rob [Visitor]
A t.v disaster .
With the Ryder Cup just over a year away anyone fancy putting a team together to take some half decent golfers from accross the pond (U.K BASED)
We are all between 32 and 42 and hdcaps range from 4 to 16 (4 single figures and 4 from 12-16 )

07/27/05 @ 05:46
Comment from: David [Visitor]
I agree the slow play is tough to watch, I suggest Tivo that way you can speed it up just a bit. However, you don't even mention that he is working on this and trying to improve. It is not as if he is saying, "yeah, sowhat? Deal with it. I doing better in all areas of the game every year that I am a pro." In regards to Rori Sabattini he is the opposite of Ben (ie: one of the fastest players on tour). Which can also have its disadvantages. I would not call Ben Crane a fluke when he can stare in the face of what he had to deal with at the Booz Allen with Rori and still charge for second making a plus 50 foot putt on 18. Any golfer worth his wedge knows you drive for show and putt for dough. That is exactly what Ben Crane is doing. Maybe Rori was more upset by his inability to beat Ben in that round and not the slow play. Anyone ever discuss that?
07/30/05 @ 08:41

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