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    Garcia is such a knob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Garcia is such a knob.
    what did he do now?
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    very very close friend of mine is an Arab Christian and he speaks Arabic too and the visible hidden filth shows the mentality which may never change .....
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    AAooouchh !!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anil View Post
    what did he do now?
    Oh, he just got himself stupidly involved in a ruling with Poulter, whining on, didn't do him much good though

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Oh, he just got himself stupidly involved in a ruling with Poulter, whining on, didn't do him much good though
    yeah he was just crushed...i watched part of that match, didn't see any altercation or anything like that while i was watching...so you got your all-english finale..., as well as casey has been playing, poulter is the fav for me...


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    Altercation happened early in the round, Garcia just acting like a petulant brat as per normal.

    Yeah Poulter should win it easy after Casey's marathon match against Villegas. Going to have to change my mind about Poults, over the last couple of seasons he's starting to show a consistency and temperament which is impressive. Living up to the hype at last, he's no longer all mouth and flash trousers.

    Still doesn't win quite enough, but maybe this will be the start of that.
    Last edited by grecian; 21-02-2010 at 12:39 PM.

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    Well good win for Ernie, always think whenever he wins "why doesn't he win more?".

    A lot of my fave players doing really well this last couple of weeks, Camillo winning, Kaymer and Scwartzel giving really good accounts of themselves. All jolly good, but it does still feel a bit like we're in limbo until a certain bloke comes back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Well good win for Ernie, always think whenever he wins "why doesn't he win more?".

    A lot of my fave players doing really well this last couple of weeks, Camillo winning, Kaymer and Scwartzel giving really good accounts of themselves. All jolly good, but it does still feel a bit like we're in limbo until a certain bloke comes back.
    ....and the bloke is back!

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    ernie wins at arnie's...hot favourite for the green jacket, it has to be said...

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    Yeah, really looking forward to it. Glad I got my money on Kim before he won yesterday.

    Real good mixture of resurgent oldies and really good youngsters, obviously it'll all be over-shadowed.

    Ernie is unbackable at the price he's at IMHO. He's far too flaky and is always overawed by the tiger.

    Camillo, Anthony and Scwartzel are my youth tips to come through, and Padraig to have a top tournament too, about time he did better at Augusta.

    Fred Couples is an odd outside bet, am considering it, TBH.

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    Well there are three Englishmen in the top 10 and one of them is going to win a major at some point, hope it is this week as I have money on Poulter and Casey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothas View Post
    Well there are three Englishmen in the top 10 and one of them is going to win a major at some point, hope it is this week as I have money on Poulter and Casey.
    Well, we've been waiting 14 years for a winner, and they and Westwood have certainly got the game. I'm not sure about their temperament at the top level though, think we'll have a Norn winner before them, TBH. Yet it's a wide open tournament, so who knows, it's a better betting event then the Grand National this week.

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    it's going to be a good masters...

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    Yeah cannot wait, always quite liked Golf but never been one my top sports but I just love the masters, one of my very favourite sporting events.

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    Is Tiger to win the Masters the longest odds he's been since he became so famous and acclaimed?
    "I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."

    Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Is Tiger to win the Masters the longest odds he's been since he became so famous and acclaimed?
    Quite possibly.

    If he wins it he'd have to be regarded as one of the most mentally tough sportspeople ever, surely?
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