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Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Only the geekiest of golf geeks could have much interest in watching this event now, especially as it's up against football.

Woo-hoo, that's some exciting playoff you've created there, Mr. Finchem. ZZZZZZ.
09/25/08 @ 08:32
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
I guess it could be fun to watch Mickelson implode...nah, he probably won't show up either.

Finchem should contact Bivens and ask for help with this one.
09/25/08 @ 08:56
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
I'd rather watch paint dry than watch football, so I guess I'll be one of the 5 people tuning in to the Fed-Ex Cup final.

Sad there won't be any "drama" but I'm still betting on seeing some darn good golf shots...
09/25/08 @ 12:56
Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor] Email
Make that 6 geeks, BV. Forget the Fedex Cup aspect - it's still a tournament with money to be won, ranking points to be gained, and some damn good players to watch.

Of course, there may still be some drama; how will the Ryder Cup players perform, will someone win their first tournament this year (come on, Jim!), an incredible story unfold (Dudley Hart), will there be a play-off between VJ and Garcia?

My, these golf-bloggers palates are so jaded!



09/25/08 @ 14:20
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Hey, I'm self-confessed golf geek #1. My complaint is that this is touted all year as a "playoff" and, in fact, the winner is already decided. If the few of us who will watch some of the telecast are fortunate, there will be some popular players duelling on the back nine Sunday. How thrilling it would be if Kim were to win in a blowout and Vijay finish DFL.
09/26/08 @ 11:09

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