No. 3 Kaymer will stay in Europe
The U.S.-based PGA Tour, once the undisputed magnet for golfers seeking fame and fortune, looked to have lost some of its pulling power on Tuesday as world No.
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#1 Nov 24, 2010
I m glad some of the best golfers don t need all the fame and money, they do make enough money and can enjoy life, not being bullied to play in every golf tournament, the news media just pushes too hard on these players and sometimes I sure they get fed up with them..
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#2 Nov 27, 2010
Also, the competition is easier on the Euro tour, at least for now. Westwood will have a better chance to keep his 1 ranking without going against 10-15 players everyweek, or more, that have a chance to win. Of the top 10 players only three in that group will play the Euro tour full time. Odds are sure in their favor. We will see hoe they do when they do come to the U S for the majors and one or two other important tournaments. But, I can understand that traveling between the two continents can have a detrimental affect on family life not counting the wear and tear on the golfer physically.
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