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Slightly OT: Brady & Marino -4, T92

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  1. GostkowSKI

    GostkowSKI Rookie

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    Tom Brady was paired with Steve Marino this week in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Through one round, they are -4 and tied for 92nd. The cut is after three rounds and the top 25 pro-am teams make it, so through one day it doesn't look like the team of Brady/Marino will be around on Sunday.

    I'm somewhat of a golf junkie, so if you're unfamiliar with Steve Marino, he currently occupies the title of "Best golfer without a win". He's very talented, he made the most birdies on the PGA Tour of any golfer in 2008. He's still 29 years old, so his first victory shouldn't be too far away.

    Marino was -2 on his own ball, so Brady kicked in at least 2 birdies of his own.

    And I guess I have to mention the obvious part, anyone else find the irony in a team of Brady and Marino?
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    I'm big into the PGA too. Marino is very good. I thought he played well at the Northern Trust Open and was doing well at the British Open last summer before fell apart on Saturday....

    And yes...Marino and Brady is odd.
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    Since Marino made 4 birdies, 2 bogeys it could mean that Tom made pars on the 2 holes Marino bogeyed.
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    Golf is awsome...but golf is less awsome without Tiger.
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    He'll be back. I have no doubt.
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    I agree and people will still love him.
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    America is a forgiving country.
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    It isn't like people loved him because he was such a great guy, they loved him because he is a great golfer.
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