Marye thanx for all you do. We know its beyond your control. What makes it sad is each time it goes down the less come back and then new ppl come on and goes down again and then we lose them. Almost makes it not worth it because the ones there do try to work hard to build it back up again. So i agree with badger. Just let us know if the chat is dead.If so rhino has lost a special part of Dead.net
I will pass along news when I have it.
So is that chat room finsihed for ever? Does dead net want to get rid of it? I spent months shut out of it and despite messages via MaryeE nobody fixed it. Now the whole thing seems to have vanished. If it is closed for good then please let us know.
I have filed an inquiry. A lot of things seem to be behaving oddly.
What's up with it this week?
You can tell I'm a duffer, though I like to watch
Tiger, as well as a select handful of others can play in any PGA Tour sponsored or co-sponsored event they want for the rest of their lives. Tour grants lifetime exemption for anyone with 30 or more career wins. Golfers do not become eligible for the Champions Tour until they are 50, but they are not precluded from regular Tour events just because they are 50 or older.
And yes, I'd like to see Tiger fulfil his potential as well, and I think he will. Only Nicklaus and Snead have more career Tour wins, and only Nicklaus has more professional Majors. Tiger should be able to eclipse both of those marks.
As for his off-course behavior, it is unfortunate but let's face it, he's no Michael Vick, and thank goodness for that!
But yeah, I don't see what his personal life has to do with his sporting skill.
Might as well use this space for something useful. Let's see,
Tiger Woods won his first championship in over 2 years.
Goooooo Tiger! I hope he comes back for the last of his prime of his career. Age 49 is the last year a golfer qualifies for the pro tour. Thereafter they are relegated to the still very lucrative Champions (Seniors) tour.
If Tiger (now 35) can win 10 more majors and 25 more championships he will set the high water mark for golfers for probably the next century, if not forever (100+ wins in the regular season).
Moral turpitude is reprehensible and not to be condoned, but in this most difficult of games, a true great like Woods can make it a small asterisk in a rather large biography of one of those they call "The Greatest".
you are missed in the chat, and looking foreward to you making it back in there!