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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I was excited. I hoped against hope that Stricker would challenge him, but that's when the excitement wore out.
09/16/07 @ 21:42
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Sounds like you need golf V!agra, Ron!
09/16/07 @ 23:13
Comment from: Dave M [Visitor] Email
Seems like the tournaments themselves were exciting, but the "PGA Tour Playoffs" were a bore.
09/17/07 @ 12:07
Comment from: wendy [Visitor]
Couldn't agree more on your point re rewarding year-long performance by entry to playoffs, then winnowing, then level playing field for final 30. OK, Tiger would still have won this one (deservedly so) but he doesn't win EVERY tournament he enters, so it could have been far more exciting going into it. The final results bode well for the US team for The President's Cup (mathematically) however, although perhaps CH III should claim a "diplomatic illness? I can't get as excited by it as The Ryder Cup as my lot aren't playing, but love these team events anyway. Congrats. on Solheim, by the way.
09/17/07 @ 13:23
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Tim - I'm sure when you said "the known world" you meant the GOLF world?? At the risk of sounding like our resident liberal Democrat sadsacks (RonMon, Wolfie, and Kiel) - most of the "known world" was probably more interested in finding something to eat, than in the FedEx Cup...
09/18/07 @ 13:01

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