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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I didn't know that Bruce Devlin specialized in such things as "natural" and "contours." Bruce thinks so highly of it that he cannot decide whether to call it Secession Golf Club or Secession Golf Course on his design web site. I'm sure it's good, but I wouldn't rate P.B. Dye any lower than Bruce Devlin. Neither on is a Doak or a Coore, or even a Scott Witter, for goodness' sake!
01/13/08 @ 22:25
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Where, exactly, did you see Dye or Devlin being ranked as golf architects in the blog?

Devlin happened to fit the members vision of the course they wanted.

It isn't complicated.
01/14/08 @ 10:08
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Irrelevant to make the point that a golf club dumped one architect, mid-stream, for another?

Good lord, what could be more relevant?

Again, refer to your Journalism 101 textbook.
01/15/08 @ 07:43
Comment from: Chris Baldwin [Member] Email
Remember, this is RonMon you're bantering with.

With apologies to that city editor from The Wire, there's no danger of any daily act of journalism being committed by that fool anytime soon.

RonMon would argue that it's not relevant to point out that the San Diego Chargers lost LT and Philip Rivers in the Colts game because they won anyways. And he's entrusted with teaching the youth of Buffalo.

01/16/08 @ 02:35
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Yeah, this is the same guy who once said we all ought to drop the subject of Michele Wie, when the controversy swirling around her was at its most intense.

RonMon would be a great presidential spokesman.

"What plan does the President have for Iraq"

"Jeez," RonMon whines. "Can we just stop talking about that, please? I'm tired of talking about it."





01/16/08 @ 07:38
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Had a good laugh at the comments on this post. But then, I'm not really a fan of the MONster anyway - he and Wolfie with their up-east liberal viewpoints generally turn me off.
01/18/08 @ 13:58
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Wolfie's up east all right. He's in friggin Costa Rica.
01/18/08 @ 15:31

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