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I wonder how sergio will react to this, I honestly think he feels he's a better player than harrington

you can almost see it in his eyes, he think he has some of the best talent in the world (which IMHO he does) and is just thinking to himself why others get the "breaks" they do
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For a guy who seems to agonize over the fact that he doesn't get the breaks at the biggest moments, it could be devastating. He saw the Open slip way from him last year at Carnoustie, and now the exact same scenario has played out, at the hands of the exact same player, for the second time in 13 months. His press conference will be very interesting, to say the least.
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I'm hoping that Sergio will go ahead and just go ahead and blow up and not come close to winning ever again. What a waste of talent! He must love finishing 2nd. Maybe Sergio could win a major if the top 25 golfers in the world all had to have ACL surgery at the exact same time.

Good job, Sergio. You suck, again!
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I'm hoping that Sergio will go ahead and just go ahead and blow up and not come close to winning ever again. What a waste of talent! He must love finishing 2nd. Maybe Sergio could win a major if the top 25 golfers in the world all had to have ACL surgery at the exact same time.

That's a little uncalled for, don't you think?

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I don't think so. The guy is a huge screw up. Then, he's not even man enough to just say that someone else is a better golfer than him. Acts like he's better than everyone else and that God just hates him. That is freakin' annoying. God doesn't hate you, Sergio. You just can't play well when you need to like great golfers do. That means that they are better than you.

I wonder how many chunks that Sergio blew in the toilet right before he blew winning another major...
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I don't think so. The guy is a huge screw up. Then, he's not even man enough to just say that someone else is a better golfer than him. Acts like he's better than everyone else and that God just hates him. That is freakin' annoying. God doesn't hate you, Sergio. You just can't play well when you need to like great golfers do. That means that they are better than you.

Have you won a major?... Actually have you won anything significant, are you in any way qualified to call Sergio a screw up, have you experienced pressure.

In my opinion you do not really know what you are talking about, also why the anger that seems to be prominent in your posts?
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No, I haven't won a major. And, I'm not exactly angry. But, it is frustrating watching a guy cry about bad luck when he just screwed the pooch.

If he's ever going to become a major winner, he's gonna have to start recognizing his own failures and moving forward. Not ignoring them and blaming his losses on bad breaks and others' good fortune.
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No, I haven't won a major. And, I'm not exactly angry. But, it is frustrating watching a guy cry about bad luck when he just screwed the pooch.

Yeh but I could argue all day long that Harrington got a great lie for his third shot on the eighteenth today (I'm not going to, I wouldn't call the luck card, but it was a very very nice lie), it is easy to understand how the runner up to a major could feel hard done by.

I am pretty sure that Sergio knows that he personally hasn't done enough to win the tournament and to be fair, he has not actually said anything yet, you are assuming he is going to complain... until he does this your comments so far are unjustified and inaccurate.
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