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Almost hate to say it because I like the kid but I thought the Sneds interview was a little boring last night. Good guy, for sure but nothing very compelling there. Most interesting segment was when he was pricing goods as a pawn shop proprietor. That was impressive.
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Almost hate to say it because I like the kid but I thought the Sneds interview was a little boring last night. Good guy, for sure but nothing very compelling there.

Most interesting segment was when he was pricing goods as a pawn shop proprietor. That was impressive.


I think that is to be expected when you interview what appears to be an honest guy, who seems to have his head on straight, no mid career swing changes, a consistent player, passionate about his beliefs and with no weird life issues in his closet. You (anyone) would have to be pretty twisted to dislike him.....possible exception his hair cut. You'll probably get a similar type of show with Zack Johnson too.

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I think that is to be expected when you interview what appears to be an honest guy, who seems to have his head on straight, no mid career swing changes, a consistent player, passionate about his beliefs and with no weird life issues in his closet. You (anyone) would have to be pretty twisted to dislike him.....possible exception his hair cut. You'll probably get a similar type of show with Zack Johnson too.

I'm with you. Just struck me for some reason.

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crazy that he broke 6 ribs just playing golf (no contact injuries) over the past few years ... no wonder his game has been off.    Just wished Feherty asked him just SOMETHING about his unique putting style & how he came out that ...

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I think that is to be expected when you interview what appears to be an honest guy, who seems to have his head on straight, no mid career swing changes, a consistent player, passionate about his beliefs and with no weird life issues in his closet. You (anyone) would have to be pretty twisted to dislike him.....possible exception his hair cut. You'll probably get a similar type of show with Zack Johnson too.

He would have fit in perfectly in the '70s.  In my HS graduation picture, my hair is almost the same.

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Furyk was more interesting than I expected. Was surprised by his emotions towards his parents, you don't often see guys well up when talking about mom and dad. Good stuff.
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