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post #73 of 218
Butch has ruled out a return.
post #74 of 218

Maybe now Foley will have time for me.

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Butch has ruled out a return.

 

So my house is safe? ;-)

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So my house is safe? a2_wink.gif
Unfortunately. Does that mean I have to give my house to you? d1_bigcry.gif
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Unfortunately. Does that mean I have to give my house to you? d1_bigcry.gif

 

Nah I get Tiger's house.....but I probably can't afford the property taxes...oh wait Florida doesn't have taxes ;-)

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Nah I get Tiger's house.....but I probably can't afford the property taxes...oh wait Florida doesn't have taxes ;-)

 

Florida doesn't have state income taxes.

 

http://dor.myflorida.com/dor/property/taxpayers/

post #79 of 218
I'm taking this kind of hard... I really liked Seanny....
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Normally I think things between other people, that I know nothing about, are none of my business...

 

But I can't help wishing I knew the whole back story in this case.  ;-)

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Normally I think things between other people, that I know nothing about, are none of my business...

 

But I can't help wishing I knew the whole back story in this case.  ;-)

I can't wait for Foley's book....

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I think the two best swings on tour are McIlroy and Scott, neither are coached by Foley. Not that Foley's students aren't successful, they are. I think Tiger just thinks its time for a change. It's obvious that the Foley swing is not holding up for him right now. Maybe it's too hard on his back.

Adam Scotts swing looks remarkably simular to Tiger <2003 swing....

 

 

Maybe Woods should get Holly Sonders, she's his type and certainly has had the experience playing lessons from the pros..:-D

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Florida doesn't have state income taxes.

 

http://dor.myflorida.com/dor/property/taxpayers/

 

Oh yeah I know, just being silly

post #84 of 218
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Trust me. Florida has taxes. I'm reminded every time I buy anything.

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So are we taking bets on who coaches him next? Or should we start a new thread for that. 

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So are we taking bets on who coaches him next? Or should we start a new thread for that. 

 

Mine's back a couple of pages. Put me down for none of Paddy Power's picks.

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Trust me. Florida has taxes. I'm reminded every time I buy anything.


My son lives in Tennessee (a no income tax state) and pays more in total taxes than I do.

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I can't wait for Foley's book....

 

You're going to be waiting for a long time.

 

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So are we taking bets on who coaches him next? Or should we start a new thread for that. 

 

New thread.

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So are we taking bets on who coaches him next? Or should we start a new thread for that. 

 

Mine's back a couple of pages. Put me down for none of Paddy Power's picks.

 

Yep, I saw. I'd have to agree. 

 

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So are we taking bets on who coaches him next? Or should we start a new thread for that. 

 

New thread.

 

Man, that sounds like a lot of work.. hehe. 

 

Of course, now that I think about it, it's very possibly going to be someone the general golfing public isn't all that familiar with. 

 

And just to keep my post nearer to the actual topic, I guess I don't really know enough about what they were working on to have an opinion. But I can venture to guess that Tiger thought four years was a long enough leash to see results in majors, regardless of any injuries or personal life issues that were also going on. 

 

Also, does anyone think it may have been a slight dig at Tiger when Foley said that (paraphrasing) working with Tiger was "one of the highlights of my career." Shouldn't he have said "the highlight?" I know one could argue that Rose winning the US Open was the ultimate highlight, but you'd think getting to work with Tiger exclusively would be tops. Maybe I'm grasping at straws here haha. :-D 

post #90 of 218

Just read the news. Damn. Somewhere Chamblee is laughing so hard he is farting holes through his underwear.

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