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The US Open, where Consistency Ruled the Day

I don’t get a lot of chance to watch golf, let alone play it, but I managed to get in a few rounds of the US open and enjoyed the fact that underdog Angel Cabrera from Argentina won, beating even the Tiger. I love it when someone unexpected comes from behind and wins due to consistency, especially in the face of complaints that the Oakmont Course was unfair.

I’m now suitably inspired, especially when the old axiom that golf is not all about about the longest drives but about consistently hitting that spot you want over and over again, is true. Well done Angel!

Source: PGA.com and USOpen.com

Filed by: MiiGolfer at June 19th, 2007 under News

Being from the Pittsburgh area, it would have been nice to see Jim Furyk win. I was pulling for him and Tiger, but alas, they both came up a tad short.

Comment by SnakeWesker — June 20, 2007 @ 5:28 am

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