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Comment from: LimeyLew [Visitor]
Hi Tim,

Some good points on Faldo. I thought
he was a jerk for years....even saw him in person at Kemper Open where he
plunked a spectator on the hand and never said a word to him. He was all
business and seldom smiled. But now
to watch and listen to him with
'Zinger is just great....what a change. Wonder if he will wear a
"Tiger who" hat??!!
07/18/06 @ 15:10
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
I think Faldo, even though his best golfing days are behind him, is one of the few guys who won't back down from El Tigre.

I wouldn't be surprised to see him do well. The guy's a champion, knows what it's like to perform under pressure, and his pairing with Woods just might bring out the best in him. He also knows links golf much better than Woods.

In fact, I've talked myself into making a bold prediction: He will outscore Woods at least one of the days he plays with him.

07/18/06 @ 15:19
Comment from: Frasier [Visitor]
"
In fact, I've talked myself into making a bold prediction: He will outscore Woods at least one of the days he plays with him."

Well, you were close…
07/25/06 @ 13:42

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