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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by Duckster View Post
    Met him a few times and he has always come across as a pretty decent bloke. Granted, they've only been fleeting encounters.

    As for the snap decisions bit, did see Patrick Reed on practise day at The Open this year. What a change in perception I have of him. From what I'd heard and read I had the impression he was a brash and abrasive typical yank. In reality he was nice, down to earth and was brilliant with my baby daughter. Signed a few things for us, stopped and chatted for about a minute (doesn't sound long but seemed like much longer as it was in between holes). Then when he passed us on the next hole he stopped in the fairway, saw who it was and waved at us shouting my daughters name. Simple touch that made her laugh and made me a new Patrick Reed fan.




    Think that there's still a bit of resentment that he wasn't picked for 2010 even though he was 9th in the word at the time. I can kind of see it his way though, for some the Ryder Cup is not the be all and end all of golf and there are other things he may want to focus on instead.
    I've heard exactly the same thing about Patrick Reed. Couldn't be nicer, by all accounts.
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    I saw him on a practice round at Wentworth a few years back being totally obnoxious to the Marshalls. I'm surprised they let home get away with it cos I'd have told him in no uncertain terms what I thought of him had he spoken to me like he did them
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yant View Post
    I've heard exactly the same thing about Patrick Reed. Couldn't be nicer, by all accounts.
    I bumped into Patrick Reed at the London Club, just him and me and I have to say he was very polite indeed. (I had found his ball)
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

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    Is this recently or from a few years ago when he was a bit out of control?
    The word 'always' might give a hint!! But it was as/from a Junior that they were commenting about.
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by Foxholer View Post
    The word 'always' might give a hint!! But it was as/from a Junior that they were commenting about.
    It was more the 'knew him at the time' that I was referring to.
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Bit harsh some of the comments on here about Casey,the guy can really play BUT does struggle when the pressure's on,he needs to overcome this and he would easily be world top 10,just wonder if the daft comments he said about American's years ago still plays on his mind,apparently these comments he regrettably made had quite an effect on him and at the time he sought professional help.

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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Now a joint share of the lead.

    Is this his time? or will he have a 74 today or tomorrow?

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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawtooth View Post
    Now a joint share of the lead.

    Is this his time? or will he have a 74 today or tomorrow?
    Would love to see Casey win but sadly as a tourney comes to a conclusion and he's in with a chance he always seems to throw it,hopefully he can turn this around.

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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quite like him now. Anyone that can provoke responses such as on this thread is clearly someone quite interesting. His Missus is a stunner too. Come' on Casey!!
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Sorry to disagree with the majority but we met Casey at the Open practise day this year and he was sound. Stopped chatted and took the time for pictures etc. He seemed a nice guy

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