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Heckled More At Riviera: Kuchar Or Garcia

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  1. 1. Who is heckled more this week at Riviera?

    • Matt Kuchar
      10
    • Sergio Garcia
      33


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Completely agree with @iacas. I can’t recall the general crowd ‘personality’ at the Riviera but Sergio certainly is more deserving for some heckling.

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Just now, chilepepper said:

Just wait till he’s in a bunker or on the green

Exactly! And deservedly so as @iacas stated

I voted Sergio

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Just now, GolfLug said:

Sergio. After the last round of shenanigans

No way, I was just about to type that. 

I was even going to use the word "shenanigans". 

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Sergio will get the boos because he's much less liked, but Kuchar may have taken a bigger reputation hit.

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38 minutes ago, David in FL said:

Not even close, Sergio.

I’m still not completely convinced that Kuchar did anything wrong!

agree.  Also, but even if the "offenses" were the same, Americans are going to give more grace to Kuchar.  

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1 hour ago, David in FL said:

I’m still not completely convinced that Kuchar did anything wrong!

 Some of his comments are not looking very well.  I think I read where Kuchar stated something like, "For a guy who makes $200 a day, a $5000 week is a really big week."  But he really didn't do anything "wrong."

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Sergio I would hope.

I understand that Kutcher's caddy turned down an extra $15k which makes that fiasco a non issue at this point. 

In reality though, I would hope the folks in attendence would just be more respectful of the game, and stay quiet.

Maybe make Sergio's, gallery the smallest on the course. 

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2 minutes ago, Patch said:

I understand that Kutcher's caddy turned down an extra $15k which makes that fiasco a non issue at this point.

if that's the case, then you are correct. I have not read that

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49 minutes ago, TN94z said:

if that's the case, then you are correct. I have not read that

I read it on espn's website yesterday. 

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1 hour ago, TN94z said:

if that's the case, then you are correct. I have not read that

It's been mentioned here a few times in the topic that's specific to this.

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