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 I wouldn't bet against him making the cut.  I'd say you were 100% right if it was almost anybody else but Tiger's got a very strong "fight" mentality . .if the field starts losing ground,  Ha! That's exactly how *I* feel.   The only thing keeping me from winning every major ever is just one thing . .sucking at golf, lol.  
 Tiger never fails to surprise me . .just the wrong kind of surprises this year.  I'm still scratching my head at how he goes bust . .comes back to win 5 times and then immediately goes bust again.  As my wife says just about every time we see him on TV "Poor Tigey" (I know, I know).  
+11 83 for Faldo today.  I'm sure he didn't hold illusions of contending on Sunday . . but that's got to hurt.  
 Whatever you do, don't attempt #1.  You've probably been in enough people's ears about the rules that, if they see you break one, they'll be sure to mention it.  You won't be able to claim ignorance, either.   2 seems impossible.  Even if you found all those people I think the dude in the letter is correct . .you'd need on-course rules officials to run the league like you're wanting it to run.  I never quizzed anybody but I doubt anybody I see on any golf course I play...
It happened to me at the range a long time ago.  It was before I actually started playing . my brother and I took our Dad's clubs down to the range to hit a few.  Of course, the head of his 3 wood came off and went flying down the range.  Neither one of us could hit a golf ball back then (he still can't, lol) but we weren't being abusive with the club or anything.  It was a large, busy range - we never got the head back . .my Dad took it pretty well, though.  
There's a lot of talk on this site about pace of play - people griping about slow players, people griping about "speed demons", discussing round times, yada yada.  It's really simple, though . .you are supposed to stay "in position" with the group ahead of you.  If you walk to the tee and there is nobody on your hole (and it's not a par 3), you are "out of position".  If the course is packed, you should work to get back into position asap.  If you just can't do it, you...
If I was the PGA, I would want to sever ties.  Now, I realize The Donald has lots of money and there might be implications for the PGA that I'm not aware of . . but just on the face of it .. I would severe ties.  Not for the latest dust-up but for all the past dust-ups and for being the kind of person that generates controversy on a far too regular basis.  One of these days he's really going to do or say something crazy and go full Ted Nugent. The PGA doesn't want to be...
Heck yeah I'm rooting for Jordan next week.  I would be rooting for *anybody* who had won the first 2 majors of the year to win the 3rd.  I don't care who does it - a grand slam would be exciting!     I admit it . .I wasn't too impressed when he won The Masters.  "Anybody could happen to win 1 major", I said to myself - you know, like Rich Beem or something (nothing against Rich Beem).  When he won the US Open, though . .that started to peak my interest.  The more I...
I don't understand how an instructor can "ruin" a swing.  Ultimately, it's the player whose in charge of their swing.  I can understand how discouraging it can be for amateurs but Pros have been playing great for years . .they know how to swing a club.  I just don't see how a bad teacher can be much more than an excuse for a Pro losing their game.  
As far as I'm concerned, the debate as to whether the confederate flag is racist or simply represents Southern heritage and culture ends with this quote from William Thompson, designer of the confederate flag in 1863:   “As a people we are fighting to maintain the heavenly ordained supremacy of the white man over the inferior or colored race; a white flag would thus be emblematical of our cause. Such a flag would be a suitable emblem of our young confederacy, and...
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