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    Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    I've been trying to keep up with the golf while on holiday in the USA, the channels here have picked up on it and it's something I've thought for a while.
    He quite often leads or is in contention in a tournament and talks himself down acterwards, it's in a way in which he almost expects to lose. Even the missus commented on it last night while she was thoroughly enjoying the coverage 😁.
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Oh please..... F O!

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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by TomTom View Post
    Oh please..... F O!
    Nice one, ching ching.

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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by TomTom View Post
    Oh please..... F O!
    Oh wow, someone on the sauce last night. .
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Never been a fan of Casey personally.. Dunno why but then my mate did stewarding for the volvo Match play few years ago and Casey was a complete dick to a 75yo fan so just confirmed to me my gut was right about him
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    I think he's a great player but he lacks the mental strength to compete for 4days. He often has 3 very good rounds and 1 poor round which costs him winning.

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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger man View Post
    Oh wow, someone on the sauce last night. .
    Did you read my post at all mate? I'm 8 hours behind in the USA you donkey.

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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beezerk View Post
    Did you read my post at all mate? I'm 8 hours behind in the USA you donkey.
    Think that comment was aimed at Tom Tom mate. Not you.
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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    Quote Originally Posted by Papas1982 View Post
    Think that comment was aimed at Tom Tom mate. Not you.
    Oops ha ha, got up for a slash at 3am and saw it 😂

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    Re: Paul Casey, is he too negative?

    I have always wanted to like Casey, I really have. I think all pros have their moments where they make an error with a fan or journalist, it must be very hard when the cameras and mics are on you almost 24/7.

    Putting any mistakes aside for now his golf is more than good enough, always seems to pop up on the leaderboard with a low coupl of rounds, leading me to think this might be his year, then he throws in a 75 and it's all gone. Four rounds is one too many at times.

    Soon he will be overtaken by the younger talent, in his prime for now though.

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