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Comment from: Mark Nessmith [Visitor]
>>>>>"If this guy [Sergio] had a putter, he’d be in top three and maybe even challenge Tiger."

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Tim, see me in my office please. I want to smell your breath. A little early, don't you think?
01/06/06 @ 10:17
Comment from: Asia_Guy [Visitor]
The Mercedes was moved to Hawaii so the top PGA golfers could have a family golf vacation to start the PGA season opening.

When the top players stay away and gallery attendance falling way off, look for Mercedes to start withdrawing their support.

The only reason Sony extended their Hawaii tournament for 10 years is the presence of Wie.



01/07/06 @ 05:05
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Asia--Guy, Does this mean that Michelle will still be trying to make the cut at the Sony in 2015? I can see the headlines in the Star-Bulletin: "Will 13 be the lucky number for Michelle? BJ says Michelle will definitely get off the schneid." Or will the Mercedes make a strong comeback when Michelle wins her first PGA event and is thereby invited to the embattled tournament?
01/07/06 @ 09:32

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