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11-06-2019, 01:24   #7801
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You all sound ridiculous tbh. Very childish stuff.
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Dont know why you lumped me in with that tbh, the poster above was being ridiculous trying to make out playing with Reed would effect him, that is hardly childish or ridiculous.

I havent commented on anything else, i only come here to get reasoned discussions on golf but the absolute nonsensical comments that the posters that post them and probably dont even believe themselves are annoying at times.
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20-06-2019, 20:02   #7802
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Whoever it was in the PGA admin who paired De chambollox and Day together must need their heads examined, I don't like Casey but kind of felt sorry for him being paired with those two
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21-06-2019, 10:18   #7803
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I know what we'll do, we'll put the two slow guys together then its only one slow group!


oh...wait...
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21-06-2019, 10:23   #7804
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Paul Casey is every bit as slow as both of them guys.
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21-06-2019, 13:27   #7805
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Actually, there is logic to putting slow players together. It gives them a taste of their only medicine and forces them to speed up in order to avoid being put on the clock and possibly penalised.
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21-06-2019, 14:11   #7806
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Actually, there is logic to putting slow players together. It gives them a taste of their only medicine and forces them to speed up in order to avoid being put on the clock and possibly penalised.
Koepka has the right idea. Slows down early on or goes to the toilet or something so the whole group is placed on the clock. Then they are forced to play at his normal pace.
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If there is one thing in Golf I despise, it is slow play, and you can definitely see it filtering through to some club players following what some of the pro players are doing. I can understand that some shots at crucial times in tournaments need more attention, but some lads absolutely take the p1ss
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21-06-2019, 16:35   #7808
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I can't stand slow golfers. I don't care who they are. Yes they can all have a slow shot but consistent slow I can't support that player and Dunner is in that group
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21-06-2019, 18:03   #7809
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JB Holmes seems to always get lambasted for slow play yet media darlings Day and Rose are just as bad yet it's never mentioned
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30-06-2019, 20:28   #7810
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Final round 64 for Viktor Hovland in his 2nd event as a pro, currently T7. Had a good debut last week also. I heard Rich Beem during the US open predicting that he'd make the Ryder cup next year, one to watch for sure, it'll be interesting to see how he gets on.
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30-06-2019, 23:59   #7811
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Big win for Nate Lashley who has a fairly heartbreaking backstory

https://eu.usatoday.com/story/sports...loss/39639931/

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While a junior at Arizona, his parents and girlfriend were killed in a plane crash on their way home from watching him compete at the 2004 NCAA West Regional.
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Yeah, absolutely delighted for Lashley. It could be the start of something really special too. He was pretty awesome this week.
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Just shows how someones life can change in 7 days.
They have just finished 1,2 on the PGA tour yesterday

This was last Monday 24th June, taken from Monday qualifying on twitter


'On mon these 2 guys were playing at a course about an hr away from Detroit CC After the round there was 1 media member and maybe 10 fans. When they posted Redman's score up on handwritten scoreboard and he got a few handshakes. Lashley walked directly to his car'
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Has Wolfe dropped JP for good? Or is it just for this week?

Pretty short lived relationship if so.
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This is a bit of a cracker tonight
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