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Monday, February 09, 2004

What a Padraig It Is...

Our apologies, but we harbor a hidden secret: We are actual golf fans, so pardon the momentary indulgence.

What do you know, it seems George W. was right about something--old Europe is obsolete, at least when it comes to the Continent's standing in the world golf rankings. For the first time in the 18-year history of the rankings, not a single, stinkin' European is in the top 10, Padraig Harrington having fallen behind a suddenly resurgent but still Majorless Phil Mickelson. The top 10 is now made up of a coalition of the putting, which consists of the U.S. (Tiger, Davis Love, Jim Furyk Kenny Perry, Lefty and David Toms), Fiji (Vijay), South Africa (Ernie Els and Retief Goosen), and Canada (Mike Weir). Incidentally, no European has won a major since Paul Lawrie took the British in 1999 and no European has been No. 1 in the rankings since Nick Faldo in 1994.>
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