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Comment from: Dave Marrandette [Visitor]
Ah, Tim, good thought. Being of this geriatric age, I too like to watch the geritol generation especially in person. If it's a tournament in which they are required to walk, it's easy to keep up.
07/14/06 @ 09:15
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
The years truly have been kind to Bob Charles. He has long been a very youthful man. Amazingly, as recently as when he was 67, I believe, he would occasionally contend for a Champions' Tour event.
07/14/06 @ 14:31
Comment from: David [Visitor]
Bob Charles is ageless and was a brilliant player in his time.

Fred Funk is at the moment too good to play on the Champions Tour, as he still contends quite often, and occasionally wins a big tournament, on the PGA Tour.
07/15/06 @ 06:19
Comment from: Sinister Tom [Visitor]
That's SIR Bob Charles, guys; it hasn't been that long that he made the cut at the British Open; we lefty's had only one role model for years; Go Bob!
08/11/06 @ 11:12

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