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post #19 of 54
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Originally Posted by Deryck Griffith View Post


Aren't we all on this forum to debate our thoughts?  Opinions? 

Heck, we are all crazy golf fans and when two high profile people split after a short time, it's interesting and somewhat fun to speculate on what happened.

Oh please, don't mind me. I just find it absolutely hilarious. The extent of some of the speculations on the site either show comedic genius, or lack of critical reasoning.

You are also correct, we are all crazy golf fans
post #20 of 54
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Originally Posted by billchao View Post


Unnecessary and childish comment. If you want to have a discussion about Sean Foley, fine, but let's not resort to name calling.

Also, the assertion that I would get "butt hurt" over how you feel about someone I've never met is completely absurd. I was merely pointing out that it's not polite to make assumptions of people.


Just relax bud

post #21 of 54
I was confused. I was thinking Westwood was working with Chuck Cook? But then realized it was Luke Donald who wanted to work with Foley, but Foley said he was fully loaded and recommended Luke to work with Chuck.

Carryon.
post #22 of 54

Total personality mismatch from the get-go.

post #23 of 54
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Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post

I was confused. I was thinking Westwood was working with Chuck Cook? But then realized it was Luke Donald who wanted to work with Foley, but Foley said he was fully loaded and recommended Luke to work with Chuck.

Carryon.

Maybe there's room for Luke on Foley's camp now.
post #24 of 54
Sounds like Butch Harmon would be a good fit.
post #25 of 54

Lee Westwood can dead lift 300lbs and it's part of his regimen,I doubt Bobby Jones,Hogan ,Nicklaus,and other greats worked on that.

post #26 of 54
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Originally Posted by freedrop View Post

Lee Westwood can dead lift 300lbs and it's part of his regimen,I doubt Bobby Jones,Hogan ,Nicklaus,and other greats worked on that.
And this ties into the thread how? Did he ditch Foley because he wasn't heavy enough?
post #27 of 54
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post


And this ties into the thread how? Did he ditch Foley because he wasn't heavy enough?

I think it points out a confusion of priorities.

post #28 of 54

Maybe he just didn't want to buy Foley a Valentines Card & Gift. 

We've all dumped someone one the run in to Valentines day for that very reason....haven't we??? :8);-)

 

Personally, I thought it was a bit of a mismatch. 

I don't know the details, but when I see Westwood, I see a Feel Player, and well, Foley isn't quite a Feel Coach is he. 

post #29 of 54
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Originally Posted by freedrop View Post
 

Lee Westwood can dead lift 300lbs and it's part of his regimen,I doubt Bobby Jones,Hogan ,Nicklaus,and other greats worked on that.

 

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I think it points out a confusion of priorities.

 

TROLL!!!!! 

 

Seriously get out from under that bridge there :-D

 

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And this ties into the thread how? Did he ditch Foley because he wasn't heavy enough?
 

It doesn't. He just can't think of anything substantial to add to the argument, but he craves attention so he Trolls. He has major self esteem issues, probably due to some latent daddy issues. 

post #30 of 54
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

 

TROLL!!!!!

 

Seriously get out from under that bridge there :-D

 

It doesn't. He just can't think of anything substantial to add to the argument, but he craves attention so he Trolls. He has major self esteem issues, probably due to some latent daddy issues.

saevel125......maybe a bit over the top with this comment....not really on topic.

post #31 of 54
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Originally Posted by freedrop View Post
 

saevel125......maybe a bit over the top with this comment....not really on topic.

 

Nah :-D

 

edit,

 

OK probably a little. Seriously man, stop trolling. Think about what you are posting, and before you hit the SUBMIT button. think to yourself, "Is this making me look stupid". 

post #32 of 54
I think it can be argued that Rose, Mahan and woods have benefited someway from Foley, or at least have improved their game under his tutelage. Westwood I don't believe had improved at all! Sure golfers have ups and downs but Lee has been in a slump for awhile. Why not sack him if you aren't seeing the improvements you want?
post #33 of 54
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

Nah :-D

 

edit,

 

OK probably a little. Seriously man, stop trolling. Think about what you are posting, and before you hit the SUBMIT button. think to yourself, "Is this making me look stupid".

saevel125....I have been informed by PM that this is a groupthink forum so your comment does not surprise me....very much appreciate it however

post #34 of 54
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Originally Posted by freedrop View Post

saevel125....I have been informed by PM that this is a groupthink forum so your comment does not surprise me....very much appreciate it however

Free thought and the rampant questioning of things is encouraged here. However, do not confuse "rampant questioning" with plain old ignorance, which seems to be your specialty. "Groupthink" does not apply when there is a "best answer" and it definitely doesn't apply when there's a BAD answer and people jump in to refute it.

Any further off-topic posts will be deleted, and the poster placed in the penalty box.
post #35 of 54
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Originally Posted by jclark View Post

I think it can be argued that Rose, Mahan and woods have benefited someway from Foley, or at least have improved their game under his tutelage. Westwood I don't believe had improved at all! Sure golfers have ups and downs but Lee has been in a slump for awhile. Why not sack him if you aren't seeing the improvements you want?

Yea, but six months is an awfully short period of time. I'm not sure what Westwood's expectations were, or how quickly pros can adjust their games when they work with new coaches, but I'm not sure he really gave it a chance. Like I said previously, it seems like the two are just on different pages, and the relationship was doomed from the start.

post #36 of 54
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Originally Posted by jclark View Post

I think it can be argued that Rose, Mahan and woods have benefited someway from Foley, or at least have improved their game under his tutelage. Westwood I don't believe had improved at all! Sure golfers have ups and downs but Lee has been in a slump for awhile. Why not sack him if you aren't seeing the improvements you want?

 

Westwood was with Sean for only  7 months. Geeze, this isn't that big of a deal. Honestly, lee was a pretty good ball striker to being with. His putting is what let him down. 

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