Three reasons to watch the Fall Series
By mustang6560 on 10/4/12
If you need a reason to follow the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, or the Fall Series in general, then you're in luck because I have three reasons for you watch.
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Shriners is not dropping their sponsorship of the tournament, they are dropping Timberlake.
Wrong again Nathan. It might be wordy but at least that tournament name references a children's hospital. A far more heinous act of shameless corporate naming was the "Cialis Western Open". Prior to that the Western Open was a perfectly good, nay prestigious tournament that started in the 19th century, whose list of past winners is only a who's who of the entire history of golf as we know it--Hagen, Hogan, Sarazen, Nelson, Snead, Palmer, Casper, Nicklaus, Watson, Woods. 19th frickin century, that's 1800s for all you ignoramuses. It was predated only by the US and UK Open championships. Oh well, now its gone, replaced by some callow faceless "FedEx Cup" event, its massive legacy all but forgotten by today's golf world.
Charlie kind of ditched us once he hit the big time. I hope he can retain his tour priveleges but I won't be checking on his prograss.
So, were you going to fix the 'FILL' that shows on the front page?
Matt F says:
I'm with bk on Charlie.
JD is still getting over surgery (I believe shoulder or elbow) so he may have to wait until next year.
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