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Johnny Miller's farewell


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#1 KennyLee

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Posted 02 February 2019 - 07:17 PM

I know nobody frequents GO much anymore, but watching Miller's last telecast in Phoenix made me remember all the discussions regarding his commentary over the years.  I watched the majority of the Saturday telecast and all of the last couple of hours and really enjoyed the tributes from the various folks regarding JM and his career.  There were a lot and they were all heartfelt.

The guy got a lot of criticism here and elsewhere for his straightforward, honest and sometimes even harsh commentary.  Yet we often complain about canned and PC responses or lack of criticism when it's warranted.

Like many others, his retirement has brought back lots of memories and I will miss him in the booth.   Great player, even better commentator, and more importantly a good family man.

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Posted 10 April 2019 - 05:27 PM

View PostKennyLee, on 02 February 2019 - 07:17 PM, said:

I know nobody frequents GO much anymore, but watching Miller's last telecast in Phoenix made me remember all the discussions regarding his commentary over the years.  I watched the majority of the Saturday telecast and all of the last couple of hours and really enjoyed the tributes from the various folks regarding JM and his career.  There were a lot and they were all heartfelt.

The guy got a lot of criticism here and elsewhere for his straightforward, honest and sometimes even harsh commentary.  Yet we often complain about canned and PC responses or lack of criticism when it's warranted.

Like many others, his retirement has brought back lots of memories and I will miss him in the booth.   Great player, even better commentator, and more importantly a good family man.

I kind of liked Johnny Miller.  Reminds me too of the hey days of this site.



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