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Tiger= got me interested in playing, fun to watch period

Rickie & Anthony Kim= same age or about as me (21), I would like to think we have similar approaches to the game

Euro :

Rors= just fun to watch

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GMac, Rory, and Tiger but not necessarily in that order. I'm also a fan of Poulter. Not a popular guy here in the states but there is something about him and Monty I always liked.

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Favorite Euro player.  I like the big german Kaymer and the Irishman Mcelroy.  I just like the way they handle themselves on the course and there swings.  I've seen the later in person and it was the most impressive move for such a little man.

Favorite american is Phil.  Wish he'd get his head out of his A@@ and play better.  I like his aggression and confidence.  Also saw him in person and very impressive.  Just a different sound than every other player.  Plus, i'm left handed and love the short game.

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Originally Posted by nuck81

Rocco!!!

I always really like watching Bubba Watson, Tiger, YE Yang, Couples, and JB Holmes since he is a Kentucky Boy....



Based on today's golf, if I had to play a round with JB Holmes, one of us wouldn't make it back alive. Bubba Watson is a saint.

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