Casey Lowers the Boom !

Peter HughesSenior Analyst IJune 21, 2008

Paul Casey considers Vijay is singing from the wrong hymn sheet by claiming professionals on this side of the Atlantic, in Europe, lack the dedication to become legends in golf.

The only way to get the Fijian to change his tune is to achieve more success on the world stage and sadly, Paul, has been singularly unsuccessful on so doing.

His performance in this year's Masters Tournament is a classic case in point. He started well and culminated with a 79 in the final round and tied for eleventh place, eight shots behind the winner, Trevor Immelman.

Currently, after a second round of 68, he has moved into contention at The BMW International Open in Munich and it remains to be seen if Vijay will be forced to digest a large portion of humble pie.

Another opportunity will occur during July at Royal Birkdale when Paul has the chance to succeed Padraig Harrington as Open Champion 2008.

Can he prove Vijay Singh has been, "barking on the wrong tee" ?

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