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Pro Pics: Younger Years

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My apologies if this thread has been done before, but I was bored and thought it'd be fun to see what the pros looked like when they were younger. Keep adding pics!

PHIL MICKELSON

RORY MCILROY

RICKIE FOWLER

TIGER WOODS

ERNIE ELS and PHIL

JUSTIN ROSE

i'll post more later

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Phil looks devastated that Ernie has a bigger trophy than him. Ernie is all smiles.

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Sergio and who?

Luke.

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Real question is whether Luke is intentionally flipping off the camera. :-)

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Real question is whether Luke is intentionally flipping off the camera.

I'm going with 100% yes.

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Love the guy with the Fro in the back.  Looks like he is texting or something.

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That is one butch lesbian!

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Wait, which one's Tiger?

Well played.  What do you want to bet he smoked a few of the bigger kids as well.

That is one butch lesbian!

Ha Ha I would post that in a certain thread if I was not banned from it, probably a good thing I am.

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Wait, which one's Tiger? ;-)

OMG. I typed the same post word for word but decided not to post it. Lol.

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Love the guy with the Fro in the back.  Looks like he is texting or something.

Wait, which one's Tiger?

Are you guys sure that any of them are Tiger?  The guy directly behind him (whose face is a teeny bit obscured by the trophy on "Tiger's" head) looks an awful lot like Kelly Leak.  And, the kid next to "Tiger" holding his trophy on the poor kids head looks like a slightly taller version of Tanner (12) ... maybe the other blonde kid (Regi??).  And the kid with the fro is Ogilvie!

I saw that is not Tiger, but rather Ahmad Abdul Rahim, and this is no golf team ... it's the Bad News Bears!

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