Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Just Don't Tattoo Your Forehead

BrianPayne Golfer For Sale on Ebay. Okay not really for sale. But his bag and shirt logos are available to the highest bidder. Plus Brian Payne has a great payback to a couple of charities. $10,000 dollar minimum bid. Lots of publicity as well. Check out Tour Central on TGC Tuesday.

So Brian... how much would you pay for a Musey's Kiss on your boxers?

Just your boxers. With you not in them. Wait this is sounding worse. Mail me your boxers. You stay where you are.

Or how about the front of your shirt? Say on the collar. A Muse could be a big asset to inspire you to get your Tour Card.

On another note... Thanks to all who have linked this site on their blogs' sidebar or added to blogroll. Hopefully I have added everybody to my blogroll. If I missed your site let me know please. Blowing you all kisses!!

extra smooches for those that link this site in your posts.

I will be upgrading to Blogrolling Gold so I will be rearranging blogroll links soon. I tried to upgrade tonight. Either it didn't work or I just charged about 10 years worth of Blogrolling Gold to my credit card.

Still alot to do here... answer mail, answer comments... but for now I need sleep.

Nitey Nite.


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Monday, February 21, 2005

Next Stop

flooded La Costa fairways, new water hazards, and underwater greens for the Accenture Match Play Championship held at La Costa Resort and Spa

Or sunny Tucson for the Chrysler Classic of Tucson at the Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa

Rain? Wet? Mud? Spa? or Sun? Spa? Warm? Dry?

Tough choice.

Good thing there is great TV coverage this week. Starting on Wednesday for Match Play with preview on Tuesday.

Match Play Championship
We 2-6:00 p.m. ET ESPN
Th 2-6:00 p.m. ET ESPN
Fr 2-6:00 p.m. ET ESPN
Sa 10:30-2:30 p.m. ESPN
Sa 3:00-7:00 p.m. ET ABC
Su 10-1:30 p.m. ET ESPN2
Su 2:00-6:00 p.m. ET ABC

Tape delay for Tucson on Thursday & Friday, but hey it's in primetime, sorta.

Chrysler Classic of Tucson
Th 6:00-8:00 p.m. ET USA
Fr 6:00-8:00 p.m. ET USA
Sa 11pm-1:00 a.m. ET USA
Su 11pm-1:00 a.m. ET USA

Oh Good Grief I just clicked on the Weather Forecast for Tucson.

posted by Musey @ 11:41 PM   3 comments links to this post

Adam Scott Wins

Adam Scott wins in sudden death, in a "only one hole playable" duel, over Chad Campbell at the soggy, rainy, windy, hailed on, and washed out Nissan Open.

Yea, Whatever...

Thanks for coming out. Thanks for playing. No trip to 2006 Mercedes for you unless you win again at another tourney in 2005.

The money's good though. Congrats, Adam.

Musey's Shot of the Day: Adam's putt.

Best Dressed: the guys in the yellow slickers. Y'all did a great job trying to keep up with all that water and that was just on the 18th fairway.

Bogeys to those on the AOL PGA TOUR TALK Message Board for the whiney posts blasting the tour officials for not having a full field, full round of golf today. Let me spell it out again... click the links, look at the pictures... think real hard about how in the sam hell anyone could play that course today. Oh and please take pictures and send them to me the next time you play a round at you local course in those conditions. Oh wait, your course would be closed wouldn't it.

Ok... taking deep breath.

Play Through.

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Sunday, February 20, 2005

Round Three ???

Leaderboard with potential tee times for last groups of Round Three.
However, play is suspended by a Weather Delay... Again

T1 Chad Campbell ........4:45PT..... -9 68 65 - - 133
T1 Adam Scott ............4:45PT..... -9 67 66 - - 133
T3 Darren Clarke ..........4:45PT..... -8 66 68 - - 134
T3 Brian Davis .............4:35PT..... -8 65 69 - - 134
T5 Colin Montgomerie.....4:35PT..... -7 71 64 - - 135
T5 J.L. Lewis ..............4:35PT..... -7 70 65 - - 135
T7 Robert Allenby .........4:25PT..... -6 69 67 - - 136
T7 Aaron Baddeley.........4:25PT..... -6 69 67 - - 136
T7 Billy Mayfair ............4:25PT..... -6 70 66 - - 136
T7 Bob Tway ...............4:15PT..... -6 68 68 - - 136
T7 Kevin Sutherland .......4:15PT..... -6 67 69 - - 136
T7 Fred Funk................4:15PT..... -6 69 67 - - 136

T13 Tiger Woods..........3:55PT..... -5 67 70- - 137

We did see Hitch, yesterday. It's a great movie. A definite date movie. Guys, you're gonna score. However be sure you want to. Your girl is going to hear bells if you take her to see "Hitch". You always run that risk seeing a movie that the audience applauds at the end of it. A real good, feel good movie.

UPDATE: It's Official Round Three to resume at 10:30 am PST Monday... weather permitting of course. So forget those tee times posted those were for Sunday and I am off to dinner now.

TV Coverage: Nissan Open...Mon ESPN2 11:35 a.m.-1:30 p.m. ET

Update: Tee Times 7:30 am PST

TV Coverage: Nissan Open...Mon ESPN2 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. ET

Okay I give up on updates...

posted by Musey @ 5:18 PM   7 comments links to this post

It's Raining, It's Pouring...

Not very many men are snoring... Nope, they are waiting out a Weather Delay...

Current tee time at this very moment is 9:30 PST...


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Saturday, February 19, 2005

Weather Wins

Round two of the Nissan Open will start bright and early Sunday morning at 7:30 am PST... weather permitting. Third round directly after.

The sit and stitch girls survived my attempt at learning to knit. I managed not to stab anyone although one needle flew out of my hand to land about 3 feet away. Those knitting needles are wicked I tell ya. I'm not sure if knitting is for me, but I do enjoy learning new things. Perhaps if we consumed mimosas or bellinis...

A very Happy Birthday to Sarah, a reader and regular commenter... and one who just may be as hooked on the swingers, especially the young guns, as she is with her bike boys.

Curtis Strange played golf today on the Champions Tour finished today with a 1 under for a tourney total of 1 over. He moved from T56 to T32, not bad at all.

So no golf. It's off to lunch and a movie or two. Hitch would be the first choice.

If you are stuck indoors with your significant other due to inclement weather preventing you from playing a round you might want to try a game that will still let you yell FORE.

Play Through.


posted by Musey @ 1:45 PM   3 comments links to this post

Come again some other day... the Rain, not y'all

Still raining and forecast calls for more. About 2 inches in 24 hours.
Tee times pushed back to 9:30 PST. Then back again to 11:30 PST. Am that is.

Odds and Ends to enjoy with morning coffee, tea, or ....

Men in black Come on Nike give me some color. Although they both look pretty darn good in black.

Last week Peter Jacobsen withdrew from the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with an injury to his right knee. One which had bothered him for some time, so off to Vail, Co. for surgery on February 14th. Now at home, in Florida, Peter will hobbling around on crutches for about a week with no tour action for four to six weeks. Hopefully he will tee up at the PGA TOUR's Players Championship, March 21 ­27.

New Long Drive Record of 720 yards was set in London by Paul Slater, using SMT Golf's O2 driver. Yes, I said 720 yards. That's like over 7 football fields, right? I can't comprend that kind of distance. WOW!!!. Former record was held by Stuart Appleby with a 696 yard bomber. Bianca Finn, a 14 yr old girl, hit a 510 yard drive. Now that's what I call firing.

Quoting a Paul Slater interview..."I knew it was right as soon as I hit it. You know when you've hit a good shot...you get the surge going right up through your body. That's what we do it for really."

"I took some loft off the club I was using after the first couple, as the ball was losing energy on the runway as it was dropping from a height," Slater was later quoted as saying. "This club has a 2.5 degree loft and the stiffest shaft I've ever used.”

Alrighty then... y'all need stiffer shafts for those long drives.

Well, I have more odds and ends but they along with Thursday's post and comment replies will have to wait a bit. I have to jump in some clothes and head to a Sit and Bitc.. err, Stitch that I signed up for... I really am going to learn to knit. I think. Maybe. We shall see.

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Friday, February 18, 2005

Rain, Rain, go away...

Although some rain delayed activities are quite welcome and the most fun provided you are still in your hotel room. :D


The finishing of Round 1 and the starting of Round 2 was all messed up due to big ole down pours lasting long enough to delay 2nd round tee times by as much as 4 hours and 6 players overnight.

Friday's leader, Brian Davis will tee off bright and early on the 10th for his second round along with D.A. Points and Brendan Jones. On the 1st tee will be Ryuji Imada, Tetsuji Hiratsuka, and Chris Starkjohann. Weather permitting tee time is 7:30 am PDT. Set those clocks. Get a wake-up call.

Of those who finished Chad Campbell holds the lead tonight with a 9 under, posting a bogey free 6 under, 65 in his second round.

Robert Allenby finished his second round scoring a 4 under today, tourney total 6 under.

Don't expect those two to stay on top very long tomorrow with Brian yet to start and Kevin Sutherland also at 6 under through the 4th hole.

I didn't think I was going to find a best dressed today with all the rain gear. Then I saw a hint of pink peeking up over a black pullover sweater.

Best Dressed goes to Luke Donald, especially when the sweater came off to reveal a pink collared shirt with little horizontal white stripes, topping black rain pants and black shoes.

Musey's Shot of the Day goes to Freddy Couples' second shot in the pouring rain on the 10th. I just love those that rattle the pin. If it had only gone in.

Mike Weir also came close to holing one on the 10th. After the rain delay, the 10th hole gave up eagles to Brent Geiberger, Jim Furyk, and Scott McCarron.

So if I had a hole of the day it would be the 10th for all the excitement it provided on this lift, clean, and play day.

Tiger Woods is through the 4th hole with a 1 under and tourney total of 5 under.

David Duval is also through the 4th hole only with a 1 over and tourney total of 4 over. Let's see if David eagles the 10th and a couple of birdies in there. The 11th and 17th are par 5's. mmhhhmmmm the cut is Even. Come on David.

Hey, I can always hope!!! If nothing else you know David has to be having a fun time with partners Hal Sutton and Jeff Sluman.

One other note... over on the Champions Tour, Curtis Strange made his debut today posting a 2 over at The ACE Group Classic. I wonder if ACE stands for Ace bandages? Oh well I will check it out later.

Personal note... hoping to reply to all the new comments while listening to the TeeBox in the morning. (and redo Thursday's post... argh sometimes I push the wrong dang buttons)

Nitey Nite.

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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Picture Day

Mike Weir leads the headlines as he has the chance for a three-peat at the Nissan Open.

Another third is the appearance of David Duval in 2005.


copyright 2005 Golfer's Muse

This pic was snapped a couple of years ago. He also signed a hat for a friend's daughter. He really is a great guy.

Go, David GO!!! Go, David, GO!!!

Wait! On second thought... STAY!!! DAVID!!! STAY!!! Break Par!!! Make the cut!!! Play the Weekend!!!

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Monday, February 14, 2005

Happy Valentine's Day

I have so much to post... It is very distracting to have a life. I want to watch PGA TOUR golf and post about it on this blog. Some posts are almost done. Others are scribbled on envelopes, napkins, and little pieces of paper.

Saturday I was chicknapped and we all went shopping. I bought killer shoes. Literally, no way could I ever wear these anywhere. Strictly at home entertaining preferably entertaining while reclining. Strappy stillettos with rhinestones across the toes.

Sunday brunch turned into Sunday dinner...

I will catch up soon. I know it will be old news but I do this blog as a release for my golf adoration, err, addiction. I am humbly grateful that anyone else even reads this.

Thank you to all that are linking this blog in your sidebars and in your posts. Thank you for all the comments. I want to list y'all, but tonight I don't have time. Foiled by life again.

Have a Happy Valentine's Day.

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Saturday, February 12, 2005

Justin Leonard LIVE

Justin Leonard will be LIVE on 1310 the Ticket's TeeBox... 8:50 am CST. TODAY.

You can listen to the Teebox, including Rick and Craig's chat with Justin online.

Chris Bailey, a reader of this blog and newshound for NewsRadio 640 WGST, in Atlanta, Ga. turned me on(hey!! don't go there)in an IM to a golf radio show he contributes to McLefty's World of Golf. This show airs on Sundays 7-9 am EST. Catch it online as well.

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Thursday, February 10, 2005

Leftie Leads...Setting New Course Record

The leftie being Phil Mickelson. A great round on this first day of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Playing Spyglass Hill Golf Course, the tougher of the three courses used in this tournament, he broke the 64 course record by 2 with a 10 under, 62.

Five tied at second with 7 under, Charles Howell III, Kevin Sutherland, Hunter Mahan, Davis Love III, and Daniel Chopra.

The team of Jay Delsing and Doug Kintzinger,CEO of Jeld-Wen Inc., lead round one with a 58 in the Pro-Am pairs' scoring.

Best Dressed goes to George Lopez... again. I really like his style. Hey, George... Daisy Fuentes has a deal with Kohl's. Hint. Hint.
Today he wore cream colored trousers, a rusty brown pullover sweater with the neatest darn elbows I have ever seen... arglye elbows. Loved it. And of course he signature backwards tam, today, a rusty brown.
*George, Wednesday's look was a little different. I could see that look in a fantasy roleplay. Add a black mask and cape...Zorro.

Musey's Shot of the Day: David Howell's " eagle putt" on the 18th of Poppy Hills. Dang, that ball had a long ways to go. Many other great shots and putts by pros and celebs alike. A wink to David Duval for his birdie on the 2 hole of the Pebble Beach Golf Links course.

Notable sightings: Kevin Costner's extra wood on the 18th. Thank you, USA Channel. Maybe it was a short wood or a half wood. Made my brain zig I'll tell you. Hard to pay attention after seeing that, especially after rewinding and replaying a few, err, several times. He made bogey. I could understand if it was an ace or an eagle even.
Men... dang, I like the way y'all think.

I do have a wide variety of interests. Really, I do.

Speaking of wood... according to Prevention Magazine, March issue, page 40:
Guys who average 21 orgasms a month run a 33% lower risk of prostate cancer than those who have 4 to 7 per month, reveal experts at the National Cancer Institute.

On a warm and furry thought. Be sure to check on Gopher golfblogger. He's a brave little gopher to pop up among the likes of Bill Murry, that world famous gopher hunter, who also just happened to win the Wednesday's Pebble Beach Pro-Am making a $12,500 donation, his half of the winnings, to help save the libraries of Salinas.


posted by Musey @ 11:56 PM   6 comments links to this post

Happy Birthday, Greg Norman!!!

Happy 50th Birthday!!!!

Enjoy the party

Others Blowing out Candles in February

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Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Picture Day...

I had intended to post this picture last Wednesday due to it's football connection, but we all know that didn't happen so in honor of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

This was sent in by one of my more distingusished readers and fellow golfblogger, Jay Flemma, writer of A Walk in the Park.

Copyright 2005 Jay Flemma
Jeff Hostetler (left) and Jay Flemma
click to view larger image

Another fun week watching the PGA TOUR Pros and the Celebrities.

Bill Murray returns to tickle the fans. Possibly tangling with at least one gopher who will be posting his gopher's eye view on his gopher blog,The Monterey Herald Gopher Blog.

Other celebrities to keep an eye on... Carson Daly, George Lopez, Gary Sinise, Kenny G, Emmitt Smith, Ray Romano, Kevin Costner, Donald Trump, and many others.

As always keep an eye on the PGA TOUR Pros. A few have dropped out they will be missed. Paul Azinger, Pat Perez, Kevin Na, and others.

Casey Martin will be here as will David Duval. David, I will wear a garter and stockings everyday of this tournament as long as you break par. Real nice ones, with lacey tops... Oh darn, I keep forgetting he is married now and a daddy. Ok, Susie it's up to you.

Still looking for more PGA TOUR Pro or Celebrity Golf pics. Or for those more daring "candid" PGA TOUR Player pics.

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Sunday, February 06, 2005


Please give a warm Welcome a new golf"story"blogger. Who will share his adventures with the famous and infamous on the PGA TOUR.

We have shared a few chats by way of AOL IM's and an email or two. The idea of him blogging was born. While I wish to remain anonymous he is more daring and ready to tell all.

Well, almost all. He has to protect the innocent.

Fore Right!

His first post will have you laughing out loud, shaking your head in disbelief as tour life is way better than fiction, and anxiously awaiting for his next tour tidbit.

Welcome, newbie blogger. The grass is short, the fairways are wide, and the cups are huge!! DD's that is. :D

Y'all know Phil won, right? I will post later I am late for party.


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Saturday, February 05, 2005

Mickelson leads by Four

The lead flipped back and forth during this third round at the FBR Open between Phil Mickelson and Kevin Na. With Kevin finding bogeys while Phil fired birdies. Phil with a 5 under, 66, for a 14 under tourney total. Kevin with a 1 under, 70, for a 10 under tourney total.

Musey's Shot of the day goes to Matt Gogel's second shot on the 8th, about 153 yards, to hole in as an eagle.

A lot of other crowd pleasing shots today as well. Kevin Na had a nice chip in on the 11th for birdie. I just love those shots. The pros make them look so easy.

Best Dressed is a mystery today because I was too busy trying to catch a glimpse of Kevin Na's shirt color under his jacket. Although this could have been his golf shirt. Mock turtle neck or mandarin type collar with a zipper. Kevin... FYI, there are cameras everywhere. Be sure to show your best side as much as possible.

Bernard Langer did look color coordinated for desert play. A very eye pleasing look.

Players on the move, Mark Calcavecchia going up from 24th place to tie for 7th place with a 6 under, 65. Mark, a three time winner here, quipped he would "almost rather miss the cut at the US Open" than the FBR Open.

Didn't Mark meet his bride at the Phoenix Open? Or was it at the Bryon Nelson? I get those two party tents mixed up.

Hank Kuehne going down with a 9 over, 80, to tie for 71st place going in to final round.

Notables: Jonathan Kaye, the 2004 FBR OPEN winner, posted a 1 under, 70. Vijay Singh fired a bogey free 5 under, 66.

posted by Musey @ 11:55 PM   12 comments links to this post

When Black is White

After almost hyperventilating while listening to, the Tee Box on 1310 The Ticket, the usually very knowledgeable Craig and Rick talk about playing with black balls, as in the NIKE ONE BLACK.

The balls that are being sold to the public are WHITE.

The BLACK balls being played by the NIKE tour pros are a marketing ploy. A great one as everyone is talking about those black balls.

Who knows if this confusion keeps up NIKE may have to offer a NIKE ONE BLACK that is really black. I see lots of disappointed consumers trying to find BLACK colored NIKE ONE BLACK balls.

PGA TOUR SHOP has a special 39.95 price per dozen on NIKE ONE BLACK or pay the full $54.00 price through NIKE.

You will also notice on the NIKE site they have placed a convenient check box for you to choose a color... only choice is white/white. Now on the PGA TOUR link you may also choose a color... One Black or One Gold.

Buyer beware you will not be getting BLACK colored balls. Yet.

BTW, there are also NIKE ONE GOLD. Psssttt... these balls are also WHITE.

Now I would love to play with gold balls.

THE TEEBOX is on internet so you can listen to what I am tuned in to every Saturday Morning from 8-10.

*Update... The Sandtrap reported a rumor back in December 2004 that NIKE would package one black colored ball in box of a dozen NIKE ONE BLACK. Seems to me that someone in marketing at NIKE dropped the ball, be it black, gold, or blue... by not having these boxes with the "ONE" colored ball on the shelves now. Why cause all the chatter about black colored balls if they are not available for purchase. Will anyone care months from now?

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Friday, February 04, 2005

Freaky Friday

Phil Mickelson tied at the top of FBR OPEN with Kevin Na both posting a 9 under, with Phil getting there with a big 60.

Phil starting this second round on the 10th hole, birdies on thirteen and fourteen, followed by shooting par on the par 5, 15th. Then a birdie on sixteen with a eagle on 17th. Finishing on 1-9 holes, his back nine, with a par, par, birdie, par, and a string of 5 birdies to pencil in a 60.

So close. So very close. Just goes to show you why pros hate to shoot par on a par 5.

Musey's Shot of the Day goes to Skip Kendall's sixty foot putt for birdie on the 5th. A long way to roll to nestle in the cup. Well done. Just wish you could have stuck around for the weekend to make some dough.

Best Dressed goes to Jesper Parvenvik wearing black shoes, black shirt, black visor with white piping, and flaming orange pants. Vijay almost got the nod with his choice but his loose collar look always bugs me. Dudley Hart looked snazzy today as well.

Ryuji Imada... We need to talk. Either you need a neutral colored jacket or do not get dressed in the dark. ALthough checking out this picture shows a little ole thin stripe of the jacket color. It didn't show up well on my TV.

Many we are used to seeing on the weekend are on the way home...

Justin Leonard,Chris DiMarco, Paul Azinger, Vaughn Taylor, Luke Donald,Todd Hamilton, and others. Definately puts a damper on my weekend viewing pleasure.

posted by Musey @ 11:58 PM   1 comments links to this post

HOLE-Y Smokes!!!

He shoots, he scores!!!

Phil Mickelson, after fighting the wind on Thursday to post a 73, gave the birdie watchers something to cheer about.

Phil has FIRED a SIXTY... SIX O... 60... nine birdies and an eagle.

Take that desert wind.

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Thursday, February 03, 2005

"Thar She Blows"

SHE being the wind.

The desert wind gusting up to 35+ miles an hour caused a halt of 30 minutes in morning play. Followed by a two and a half hour delay for the afternoon tee times in the First Round of the FBR OPEN.

Early morning Players were having a tough time of it. With putters lined up for a stroke their balls would start rolling away. Only cure was softer, wetter surfaces. Groundskeepers with very long hoses did their best to keep up.

Dudley Hart tops the board with a 4 under. John Daly withdrew, after chasing the ball for a 10 over, 81, citing illness.

Play was suspended for darkness with 8 players posting completed rounds of under par.

Musey's Shot of the Day: goes to Phil Mickelson's attempt at birdie on hole 3... the wind caught the ball blowing it to the somewhat higher grass on the edge of the green... otherwise that ball was headed to the hotel.

He gets the nod because I rarely, if ever, YELL "STOP,STOP,SSSTAWWWWP!!!!,OMG STOP"

I also like the 20 foot putt from Stewart Cink with his Nike One Black. Those using Nike were allowed black balls on the 16th hole.

Best Dressed goes to Jay Haas for sporting a nice looking ensemble of a silvery blue golf shirt sandwiched between khaki trousers and a khaki cap. I liked it and didn't see anyone else that tickled my fancy.

Although Rory Sabbinti in black, white, and gray camo pants made me snicker.

Round one will continue early Friday morning. Hopefully the wind will go away.


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Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Picture Day ???

Yes, it is supposed to be Musey's Picture Day. I am almost recovered from the sore throat turned NASTY FLU. Right now I am weaker than a wet pussy, err... soaking wet cat... half drowned kitten... something like that. Anyway, Picture Day slightly postponed. Check back tomorrow.

And I didn't get to go to Arizona. So now I am sick and all pouty.

Someone always asks What or Who is FBR? As in FBR OPEN. Now you don't have to ask anymore.

Oh and I added Robert Thompson's Golfblog "Going for the Green" to my Daily Reads. You ought to check it out. Awesome it is.

Me... back to bed
You... keep it straight, firm grip, long stroke...

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Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Blowing out candles in February

2-02-66...Bob Estes
2-02-75...Aaron Oberholser
2-03-69...Retief Goosen
2-03-74...Heath Slocum
2-05-65...Jim McGovern
2-05-80...Kevin Stadler
2-05-66...Jose Maria Olazabal
2-06-70...Tim Herron
2-07-67...Jay Williamson
2-09-68...Paul Claxton
2-09-71...Matt Gogel
2-09-58...Sandy Lyle
2-10-67...Bradley Hughes
2-10-55...Greg Norman
2-15-70...Cameron Beckman
2-16-58...John Morse
2-19-72...Greg Owen
2-20-64...Jeff Maggert
2-22-63...Vijay Singh
2-23-67...Steve Stricker
2-24-76...Zach Johnson
2-25-73...Brian Bateman

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