Shark's still very much in hunt

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Jack Nicklaus , the greatest golfer of the 20th century, dropped by the 137th British Open on Friday to shed some light on current events at Royal Birkdale, a fearsome links course that was cloaked otherwise in ... Full Story
r m kraus

United States

#1 Jul 19, 2008
The way I heared it, a reporter asked Nicklaus what he thought of Norman's performance, but he started talking about himself. Nicklaus is self-centered, and is also the all-time best golfer. Woods still has a way to go.

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