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I don't always bring a bottle of wine to the range, but when I don't I bring two. Stay thirsty my friends.

The cart girl tips him for buying a beer.....

His topped drive rolled 25 yards past your bomb Miguel always has honors.  Even if you DID win the previous hole His playing partners are ALWAYS away regardless of where a ball lies

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While most pros have 5 Keys, he has 6

His tee's never break

He makes ho-hum eagles

Lake Merced breaks towards him

His divots repair themselves

For Miguel, FEEL is REAL

If callaway was smart they would get migel to do a callaway version of this commercial lol

It would be a hit!

Callaway? ;-)

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His caddie pays him for the honor of carrying his bag

He dosent strike the ball, the balls runs out of fear

Officals ask him for the "ruling

He once made a hole in one on a par 5 while olaying a bull while jumping on a trampoline...

He is, the most interesting golfer in the world.

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Miguel Angel Jimenez - because two names just isn't enough

Miguel Angel Jimenez - even saying his name makes you more chilled out

The Dude wants to be more like Miguel

Some people say Miguel has red hair, they're wrong, it's Jimenez Gold

Miguel has a 100% win record for tournaments he wants to win

The tournament director asks Miguel when he wants to tee off

Jimenez is like a fine wine, he gets better with age, but every year is a vintage

Jimenez doesn't miss cuts, some tournaments just don't deserve him

Water hazards feel ashamed when Miguel's ball goes into them

Young cigars grow up wishing they get smoked by Miguel when they grow up

Ok, I'll stop there :-P

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He once pulled a shot 2" left of the cup from 250 yards

When he lands in a trap a lounge chair with umbrella are there for him

His divots magically fall back in their hole

He doesn't aim for the fairway he aims for sprinklers

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