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June 16, 2013

Ernie Els doesn't like it when you bring up things he said

Posted at 10:50 PM by Coleman McDowell | Categories: 2013 U.S. Open, Ernie Els

Ernie-els-open_300In his first meeting with the media during the week of the U.S. Open, Ernie Els said this:

"I see a very close race with a lot of players in contention this year, unlike other U.S. Opens.  It's going to be bunched. It's going to be under par, you'll be seeing quite a few numbers in the red."

In his last meeting with the media during the week of the U.S. Open, Ernie Els said this:

Q. You said at the beginning early at the practice stages that you expected a bunched up ‑‑

ELS:  I didn't say that. Let's get this straight. Somebody else said it. And I didn't agree with it. So let's just get the stuff straight here.

Q. You said a bunch of guys would be bunched up right at the end?

ELS: Am I wrong or right? I'm out of here. 

You be the judge. But I think he's wrong.

(Photo: Morry Gash/AP)

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