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GoldenRebel

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Post it here.  We can all celebrate Woods' victory in unison

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I hope he laps the field by 8-10 strokes.

If he putts like he has been, he may just do it
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Phil is swinging pretty well here. He has spent most of last week on the course working with a new club. Driver shaft 8 degrees loft with a small iron head. We was playing with condi rice sunday using it as a fairway driver tweener iron. almost no spin on the ball. pretty cool.   Ill be on the course for a few hours tomarrow afternoon.

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This is the best Tiger has looked since the 08's US Open, he may really put it all together this weekend. I'll be watching either way, nothing like drinking, relaxing and watching The Masters.

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Tiger's playing like himself again. That means there's a pile of hookers with HPV somewhere nearby.
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I hope Tiger shits his pants so bad that even infants make fun of him.

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I still root for the guy. Never stopped, really...it's fun watching the greatest do what they do best.
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I wish Tiger would win every tournament by 8 strokes.  When he's on, there's nobody more fun to watch.

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The haters make it even more enjoyable.
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they showed a pic of tiger when he played as an amateur yesterday. look at him a little later on. now i really dont care cause i want to see the great shots no matter who hits them and i like it when there is the "one person to beat" but doesnt those pic comparisons remind you of steroids?
Du-te la dracu 'LSU

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He's always been an asshole, throwing tantrums and cussing and yelling.
He's done a hell of a lot for the game, but he's still a prick.


Gators senior TJ Vogel tees off at 9:28 I believe.

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Won't root for him since he always passes on the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Won't play because they won't pay him an appearance fee.

Dude... you've been the richest athlete in the world for a long, long, LONG time. Get over it, it's for a charity (and a damn good one at that).

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Thank you Wade, he is an epic tool.

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He has no respect for the game. The way he acts with his tantrums and the fact when he first turned pro, he was calling Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer by their first names. As far as I'm concerned, I wouldn't care if he got the shanks for life.

Theres a few golfers I don't care for. He just happens to be one of'em.

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"Whenever I see those crimson jerseys and crimson helmets, I feel humbled to have played football for Alabama. Other players in the NFL talk to me about their schools and their traditions. I just smile knowing the immense love Alabama fans have for our school and its football program. I'm proud to be a part of that Crimson Tide heritage."

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Though extremely unlikely that he repeats, I'm pulling for Bubba. Go Dawgs!






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