From: Manco on 11 Apr 2010 19:49
Nothing fluky about 67-71-67-67!
From: Manco on 11 Apr 2010 21:36
Yeah but if Phil had this discipline back 10 years ago, Tiger wouldn't
have 14 majors. IF IF IF I know...
From: tom_sawyer70 on 11 Apr 2010 22:23
On Apr 11, 7:41 pm, "Sendek Q. Sendek" <under...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Never mind that Tiger is in his first tournament back from his hiatus
> and that very soon Tiger will get back to making Phyllis his own
> personal biatch on a week to week basis.
Tiger chose to take a break. It's not an excuse. Mickelson and
others did not choose to do so and it paid off for him.
> Phyllis is a fraud and has always been a fraud.
So Tiger just gave this one up to him as goodwill. It's still a
win ... as I've told recently basketball-wise.
> Its pretty funny, the notion that there's a rivalry between Tiger and
> Phyllis. That is like saying there is a rivalry between the New York
> Yankees and the Kansas City Royals. The Royals win once every five
> times or so, and celebrate like they won the world series.
Phil isn't KC. Probably more like FSU in the 90's ... around, but
never quite there until they got a few breaks.
> Well, its more like this:
> Tiger Woods = Michigan football. Dominate program over the years.
UM is a great program, but they haven't been dominant for a decade and
that is sandwiched between a bunch of "good" but not great years.
They have solved the problem of only winning 9-10 games a year.
> Your pretty foolish if you dont.
Um ... that would be "You're pretty foolish ..." And I cannot disagree.
From: tom_sawyer70 on 11 Apr 2010 22:25
Sorry ... I just noticed the difference ... are we talking about
"Mickelson" or "Michelson"?
From: Manco on 11 Apr 2010 23:48
On Apr 11, 8:05 pm, shiite <uncdoo...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> The discomfort of twisted panties is apparently excruciating. If all
> any PGA player *ever* did was win 3 Masters, he would be celebrated as
> a great golfer.
Phil has won 35 other PGA tour victories, 2005 PGA Championship, 2
WGCs, 2 Tour Championships, 1 Players Championship, 1 Bay Hill and
been #2 in the world for most of the last decade and is widely
regarded as the most talented after Tiger.