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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Bongolia, Nov 27, 2009.
I don't think Sergio subscribes the Tiger worship, just a hunch.
I'm sure that's an accurate statement. But when was the last time this particular Spaniard won anything big?
Maybe he can call some of his country mates to figure out how to do it.
Paging to the Yellow & Red courtesy phone;
JLo, MM, Dani, Alonso, National Football team (Soccer)
On the Tiger note - I love the shyte peeps yell after he hits. Just now
Oh Yeah Tiger, Oh yeah (maybe it was one of his old Ho's)
Garcia on 17 tied for the lead
What I meant was that Tiger (like Jordan, Kobe etc etc) finds extra motivation where they can and Garcia's complaining was an example. Think Stephen Ames...
I don't watch much TV, but boy the commentary was pretty inane by Johnny Miller and the rest of those guys. There's a lot of silence in golf; there should be lots of it in golf commentary.
I don't think any of them want to follow McChord's lead, he was booted from the Masters nearly 20 years ago for colorful commentary and still isn't welcome there.
he instead put his balls on their chins.
It was his first win here since 2001, his fourth victory this year and seventh in his last 21 stroke-play starts on the PGA Tour
He has now converted 53 of 57 third-round leads/co-leads on Tour, including 22 of his last 23, into victories.
Woods has now won 78 of his 286 starts (27 percent) on the PGA Tour.
I figured he'd find a way to lose, but I sure wasn't expecting a Tin Cup moment. Jeez, two in the water at 17 and another in the water at 18. What a complete mental collapse. The guy just doesn't have the emotional makeup to consistently win big tournaments.
That kind of fragile athlete may have the balls to go for some ill-advised crazy shit in the future and nail it late in a round, and I hope he does it in a big way.
Returning serve, Woods said, The marshals, they told me he already hit, so I pulled a club and was getting ready to play my shot, and then I hear his comments afterward and its not real surprising that hes complaining about something.
Well, when they heard that remark from Woods, the marshals were surprised. One of them, Gary Anderson, said on Sunday, He didnt ask us nothing, and we didnt say nothing. Were told not to talk to the players.
Andersons boss, John North, was the chief marshal for the first three holes. He stood over Woodss ball to protect it from the throng and was five feet away when Woods played his shot. North has worked the tournament as a volunteer marshal for 30 years, hes a graduate of the Naval Academy, he served in Vietnam, hes a FedEx pilot and he donates his round on the Stadium course for being a volunteer to the Wounded Warriors project.
Nothing was said to us and we certainly said nothing to him, North said. I was disappointed to hear him make those remarks. Were there to help the players and enhance the experience of the fans. He was saying what was good for him. It lacked character.
Read more: http://blogs.golf.com/presstent/201...ger-about-sergio.html?eref=sihp#ixzz2TNvDQJZz
Gee, you think some volunteers got a pre-written release provided for them from the PGA Tour?
Here, send this to the AP, and please don't stray from the script when talking about 'that guy'
Woods should invite Sergio to dinner with Jordan and Charles Barkley the week before the U.S. Open.
Add Fuzzy Zoeller for a lively fivesome.
Samuel L. Jackson could meet his plane at the airport, in a limo stocked with chicken and 40-ouncers.
The bird guy from Olympic Club last year is sure to be dressed like a chicken this time around.
"Do you have any idea how many skanks I'm nailing, Sergio?"