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Re: Golf « Reply #30 on: April 21, 2007, 06:59 AM »
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Brilliant video! roflmao
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Re: Golf « Reply #31 on: April 22, 2007, 01:53 PM »
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this topic sucks
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Re: Golf « Reply #32 on: April 22, 2007, 01:57 PM »
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Can we please have a "This admin sucks" emoticon? :p
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Re: Golf « Reply #33 on: April 22, 2007, 01:58 PM »
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 f*** you! roflmao
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Re: Golf « Reply #34 on: April 22, 2007, 01:59 PM »
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Re: Golf « Reply #35 on: April 22, 2007, 02:00 PM »
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Re: Golf « Reply #36 on: April 22, 2007, 02:00 PM »
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Re: Golf « Reply #37 on: April 22, 2007, 08:32 PM »
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Good posting!   roflmao

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Re: Golf « Reply #38 on: April 29, 2007, 07:16 PM »
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Last weeks events  lol
FINAL LEADERBOARD (Zurich Classic in New Orleans)
-15 N Watney
-12 K Duke
-11 A Kim, J Mallinger
-10 B Watson, C Stroud, M Calcavecchia
Watney secures maiden PGA victory

FINAL LEADERBOARD (BMW Asian Open)
-10 R Jacquelin (Fra)
-8 S Kjeldsen (Den) S Hend (Aus)
-7 S Yates (Scot), S Hend (Aus), J Backstrom (Swe)
-6 M Brier (Aut), E Els (SA), R Sterne (SA), S M Lee (Kor),
Selected others:
-5 G McDowell (NIre)
-4 S Dyson (Eng)
-3 C Montgomerie (Sco), R Goosen (SA)
Jacquelin claims Asian Open title

This weeks results.  yay
FINAL ROUND LEADERBOARD (Spanish Open, Madrid)
18 C Schwartzel (SA)
-15 J Randhawa (Ind)
-14 C Rodiles (Spa)
-13 S Dyson, M Foster
Selected others:
-11 T Whitehouse, N Dougherty, A Forsyth, S Gallacher, S Little
Schwartzel claims title in Madrid

THIRD ROUND LEADERBOARD (Byron Nelson Championship, Texas)
-10 L Donald (Eng)
-9 S Verplank
-8 M Allen
-6 I Poulter (Eng)
Selected others:
-5 V Singh (Fij), P Mickelson
Donald clings on to lead in Texas ,   Current leaderboard.

There was also controvesy when Mickelson missed his flight which resulted in him missing his tee-off time for the Pro-Am. Phil Mickelson will compete in the EDS Byron Nelson Championship today despite missing yesterday's pre-tournament pro-am.

PGA Tour rules state that a player missing a pro-am is automatically disqualified from the tournament, except for "extenuating circumstances".

Mickelson had planned to fly into town in his private jet late Tuesday night from nearby Little Rock, Arkansas, roughly a one-hour flight, in time for his 7am pro-am tee time, but the Dallas Love Field airport was closed due to severe thunderstorms.
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Also on the subect of Pro-Ams Ronaldo will play Wednesday's Italia Open Pro-Am.
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Re: Golf « Reply #39 on: April 30, 2007, 07:53 AM »
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THIRD ROUND LEADERBOARD (Byron Nelson Championship, Texas)
-10 L Donald (Eng)
-9 S Verplank
-8 M Allen
-6 I Poulter (Eng)
Selected others:
-5 V Singh (Fij), P Mickelson
Donald clings on to lead in Texas ,   Current leaderboard.
Verplank won because of Donald three-putting. Frown  Article
FINAL LEADERBOARD
US unless stated
-13 S Verplank
-12 L Donald (Eng)
-10 R Sabbatini (SA), J Kelly, P Mickelson, I Poulter (Eng)
Selected other:
-6 V Singh (Fij)

 
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Re: Golf « Reply #40 on: April 30, 2007, 12:10 PM »
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Frown Typical Luke Donald. He does it so often. Lead for 2 or 3 rounds and be right in it until the last round, then surrender as if he doesn't belong there in typical English fashion.
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Re: Golf « Reply #41 on: April 30, 2007, 06:47 PM »
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England used to be the ultimate golf superpower... I wonder what happened?
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Re: Golf « Reply #42 on: May 01, 2007, 09:22 PM »
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Carnoustie will break Open record
This year's Open at Carnoustie will take place on the longest course in the event's history at 7,421 yards.
The Scottish links will play 60 yards longer than in 1999, when high scoring led to it being dubbed 'Car-Nasty'.

However, officials hope the anticipated good weather and reduced rough will lead to a fairer test this July.

Royal and Ancient chief Peter Dawson said: "We're not seeking carnage. We're seeking an arena where the players can display their skills to best effect."

The course will be just 24 yards shorter than Augusta was for the Masters last month and only 140 yards shy of the major record, set by Medinah at last year's USPGA Championship.

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Audio: Carnoustie in 'marvellous condition' - Dawson

May give the Open a thread of it's own nearer the time.  Think Even though I'll not be here to follow most of the event. Frown
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Re: Golf « Reply #43 on: May 03, 2007, 10:21 PM »
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Padraig Harrington, helped by a red-hot putter, took early control at the Wachovia Championship with a six-under-par 66 in Thursday's opening round.

Bidding for his third PGA Tour title, Harrington rattled up six birdies in a blemish-free display at Quail Hollow Club to move one stroke clear.

Thats my man!!  cmon yeah  yay  w00t w00t  yay  cmon yeah
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Re: Golf « Reply #44 on: May 07, 2007, 08:28 PM »
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FINAL LEADERBOARD (Italian Open)
GB and Irl unless stated
-16 M Brier (Aut), G Fernandez-Castano (Spa)
-15 F Andersson Hed (Swe), N Dougherty, H Nystrom (Swe), F Molinari (Ita)
-14 M Fraser (Aus), R Jacquelin (Fra), A McLardy (SA)
Selected others:
-13 J Heath, S Khan
-12 O Wilson
* Fernandez-Castano wins play-off on second extra hole
Fernandez-Castano wins play-off

FINAL LEADERBOARD (Wachovia Championship, North Carolina)
US unless stated
-13 T Woods
-11 S Stricker
-9 P Mickelson, R Sabbatini (SA)
Selected others:
-5 B Langer (Ger)
+1 P Harrington (Ire)
+4 L Westwood (Eng)
+6 B Davis (Eng)
Woods battles to Wachovia victory


Harrington has cancer operation
Padraig Harrington has revealed that he had surgery three weeks ago to remove a skin cancer spot on his forehead.
Harrington spoke about the operation after firing a 66 to take the first-round lead at the Wachovia Championship in North Carolina.

"I had about a square inch of skin taken out with some roots and all that sort of stuff," said the Dubliner.

"It was only a sun spot. I'm told it's like the third form of skin cancer. It was not a melanoma."

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Wie set to focus on women's tour
Michelle Wie will not compete in any men's tournaments in the near future, says her coach David Leadbetter.
The 17-year-old American has struggled in the men's events she has played and Leadbetter feels she needs to establish herself on the women's tour first.

"My feeling is if she plays week in and week out on the LPGA, she would win eight or nine times a year," he said.

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