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it could be as simple as ak being 26 years old, worth millions and going out doing his thing...is it right? Maybe not but try to remember when you were 26...at least for me with millions of $$ it wouldn't have been pretty.

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If Kim's behavior was questionable by any stretch, it would be one of his teammates' or coaches' peragotive to call him out -- not a person he just beat.

and it was. But never the less Allenby definitely did not need to chime in as well

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You gathered all that information from the article? That's impressive.

Yeah, it's pretty easy too. All you have to do is read the article.

It could be as simple as AK being 26 years old, worth millions and going out doing his thing...is it right? maybe not but try to remember when you were 26...at least for me with millions of $$ it wouldn't have been pretty.

Btw he's 24. Just saying.

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In fairness to Allenby, I'd be pissed too if someone went out all night, got schwastey, probably banged some girl hotter than I ever will, then handed my ass to me on the course the next day.

He didn't pass out or puke on the course, how drunk could he really have been? Allenby is rapidly ascending the ranks of golf's biggest douche cases IMO.
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In fairness to Allenby, I'd be pissed too if someone went out all night, got schwastey, probably banged some girl hotter than I ever will, then handed my ass to me on the course the next day.

Yeah I don't think AK's personal trainer Darby would ever let him drink enough alcohol to affect him the next day.

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In fairness to Allenby, I'd be pissed too if someone went out all night, got schwastey, probably banged some girl hotter than I ever will, then handed my ass to me on the course the next day.

sums things up quite well

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Allenby always has been and always will be a sore looser and a sook, every summer here in Aus he comes home and finds something to complain about, lets just say for an Aussie he doesnt have many fans down here... Oh and for what its worth i play better hungover too!! Go AK
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Allenby is a sore loser. He is in a deep funk, and should be. Here at the Turning Stone Resort Championship, he missed the cut. Then he went to the President's Cup, and got killed in the singles 5 and 3. Not good.
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simple sour grapes on Allenby's part. nothing more nothing less.

AK should be aware that if he's in the position in the future to be a captains pick his behavior may cause him to be passed over. The kid has skills but if he wants respect in a team event he should tow the line to some degree.
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simple sour grapes on Allenby's part. nothing more nothing less.

I agree with you. The Euros have set the example. Party guys like Woosie always knew when to hold back for the sake of the team. They have such a great record in the Ryder Cup since 1985 because of their esprit de corps. Americans not only cannot pronounce that phrase, some of them have trouble understanding it.

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Man, this news is so old by now, but still when you watch some kind of coverage that shows AK in the picture they have to boil up the soup again, over and over - just let it die.
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