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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Tom

    Thanks to a well-timed triple bogey…. you’re safe. Fun fact: if he pars that hole and doesn’t bogey the next also, HE’S IN THE PLAYOFF.

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    Emjeff

    Well, turns out you were right, and Perkins boy gets to go back to activating his glutes.

    Cable, can you tell us if you’re going to be back on Sirius XM anytime soon?

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    Mark

    Thanks for the honesty, Czabe. By now you should have a sneaking suspicion that the increasingly upward trajectory of Woods progress will eventually make your condemnation look silly. I hate it when that happens. It was an article like yours that got Nicklaus’ goat back in ’86. He cut it out and taped it to his fridge for extra motivation. I wonder if you think quite as highly of that gasbag Lerner now. Keep on rooting against fate.

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    tick tock

    BFD…
    Tiger held on the 3.5 days without having to hit a driver on 16 of 18 holes against a bunch of guys that really aren’t on the radar anymore or never were.
    He still showed he has a ton of work to do with that skulled wedge shot on 10? and then the subsequent 4 foot chili dip when he needed 6 feet.
    Czabe I wouldn’t sweat it, he ain’t winning anything anymore.

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    Joe Horlaner

    Here’s why Czabe was right in his opinion. There were no upper tier players in the field. Speith Day or McIlroy would have shot scores that buried Tiger. But it was fun to see Tiger’s 7. Eldrick’s seen his better days. Tiger has left the building.

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