Man, and people say golf isn't exciting. Holy crow, that was some good action. It kinda sucks that they had to end in a draw, but it was great sportsmanship all around.
If I had my way, Nicklaus and Player would go eighteen holes to decide the winner, but I guess a tie will do.
Let's put this in the plainest terms possible: Darryl Strawberry has no business instructing anybody about anything. He has never done a thing in his life to warrant a position of guidance. Not on the field. Not off the field.-- David Vescey, si.com
Kenny Perry really established (maybe I should say 'cemented') himself, IMO(he's a few years older than me, but we went to the same high school and the first person to give me golf lessons also gave Perry lessons years ago, so I have always followed him). 4-1 isn't too shabby at all.
I agree with Chuck, Phil does need to find his game. A couple of years ago I felt that maybe he was no longer the "best player to have never won a major", hopefully he can revitalize his game and come back in '04 and maybe even knock off that pesky major.
While I do agree that the tie sucks, I do feel that the sportsmanship that is behind it embodies what golf, and all other sports, should be.
This weekend is my birthday (tomorrow, actually) and I'm going to be travelling to New York City for Friday and Saturday to perform with The Banana Convention. It'd be groovy to meet some new people and party for my birthday with y'all.