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Comment from: TR [Visitor] Email
Wow, you're quite the prognosticator! I
mean if people do the exact OPPOSITE of
what you say each week, they can win
big money. For instance, they could
have all bet that Ernie Els not only
wouldn't win the Masters, but that he
would actually miss the cut! And of
course Dimarco did too, I guess just
because you mentioned him. Writing about
golf just ain't your thing dude.
04/08/07 @ 06:48
Comment from: tim [Visitor] Email
DAMN you, TR!

04/08/07 @ 07:13
Comment from: TR [Visitor] Email
Tim,

I'll give you this. Tiger is definitely
off. He has moments of greatness still
(especially in his short game). But the
shot he hit on 15 today was just pitiful.
Not the same Tiger from the past. I don't
like his new swing thoughts of fanning it
open on the takeaway. He fanned it in the
creek several times this week.
04/08/07 @ 19:32

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