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who do you think the biggest underdog will be this year i think Cabrera will finish quite high

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I don't really know much about golf but I know The Open is the biggest tournament in it and I always watch a bit especially on Sunday evening when the tension is mounting. I hope that Luke Donald wins it this year.

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yes that will be great and i hopoe they allow him to play in the 2007 ryder cup because he will not be aloud to because he is based in the U.S.A. But i think tiger woods is too suited to st andrews and will stand an extremly good chance of winning also with over 100 bunkers i think phil mickelson has a chance because his recovery shots.......but one thing is who ever avoids bunkers will have a good chance and it is suited for a long driver because there are no trees which you will find you self nestled in if you ball goes wide

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I don't really know much about golf but I know The Open is the biggest tournament in it and I always watch a bit especially on Sunday evening when the tension is mounting. I hope that Luke Donald wins it this year.


so you think the open is bigger than the ryder cup?

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yea because it has golfers from all the world playing. Half of the europeans can not play because they are based on the P.G.A.TOUR.Plus it is anually which ollilong probally ment

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Yeah thats what I meant. Its a bit like the FA Cup being the greatest but what about the World Cup?

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thought so

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The Tiger is looking good, BUT........

.....watch out for the Scottish Amateur who finished -4 yesterday !!!

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yea he is -5 now wonder if his mates but a flutter on him coming in the top 5?

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I have to admit, watching Jack Nicklaus finish his round was a true moment in the history of the game. A true great

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ashame he could not have made the cut

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I think everyone watching was willing him to make the cut, but for your last hole in a forty year professional career you can't do better than a birdie.

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great legend but a great place to see him retire the home of golf

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Watching the final round as I type.

The Tiger is looking awesome !

Would like to see a European get it, though.

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monty said he wasn't upset to come second to the best ever player

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Was suprised he said he beleives he can get into the top10




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