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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Three years ago, I never would have said theat TPC could be viewed as a major. What´s the difference now between the Masters and TPC? Way to go, Augusta tools...you´ve just boxed your way out of immortality.
04/08/07 @ 11:02
Comment from: TR [Visitor] Email
I hate to agree with you Tim, but I
think the Masters has lost a lot of
appeal. Today was better, but the first
three days were just ridiculous. We
already have a US Open. We don't need
another one.
04/08/07 @ 20:02
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Well, I have to tell you that this year's winner, Zach Johnson, ranks only 162nd in driving distance. Mike Weir, who also won it in recent years, is also not a long hitter. So I think your theory is open to question.

Aside from that, however, I do agree. Watching golfers putt for birdie on every hole is like watching basketball players dunk on a consistent basis. I want to see them have to work the ball, struggle, and get creative while tryng to save par.
04/09/07 @ 02:28

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