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Comment from: kent Ramsay [Visitor] Email
You say Ben Curtis won the 2003 British Open but little else. Then you mention he won two tournaments in 2006. How many players win multiple tournaments in a single year? This is a very big accomplishment and yet you treat it as nothing. Of course you give him no credit whatsoever for having won the British Open in his very first major. How long did it take Phil Mickelson to win a major? Finally, you say he hasn't come close in a major till the just completed PGA. Did you not watch this years British Open, where he had a Top 10, finishing tied for 7th? This is typical of the media which gives Ben very little credit for his real accomplishments for reasons that are unknown (laziness on the reporters part, don't like that he's not flashy) then act surprised when he comes in 2nd at the PGA on one of the hardest courses ever. Start using your eyes and your brain. Ben Curtis has talent. Don't act surprised again.
08/13/08 @ 21:36

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