or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Wally Fairway

JD with a nice little 69 (31-38) to start, seeing if he can string 3 rounds together to play on Sunday (Daly)   the "other" JD starting out his year with that weight loss didn't help with his 76 (Dufner)
It's a boy http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golf-central-blog/dj-gretzky-welcome-first-child/
DJ must be giving interviews now, because ESPN has one up as well http://espn.go.com/golf/story/_/id/12198973/dustin-johnson-says-cocaine-problem
And John starts the day off triple then bogey to get to +5, he will not be playing on the weekend
At least the Masters is not a PGA tour event, so they can't make them stop skipping golf balls across the pond on 16 and that whole par 3 tournament is just way too fun with letting kids/wifes caddy and then letting caddies putt.   IMO - if it is getting out of hand it is due to alcohol way more than the caddy races and throwing swag to the crowd.   I would like for a player, hopefully a prominent play, to write "Or What" on the bottom of the poster in great big...
Currently avalable Merion (sold) Shoal Creek Oakland Hills Muirfield Village Olympic Club   http://auction.tftco.org/   here is the link to the expanded list which includes Crystal Downs Baltusrol East Lake Firestone http://auction.tftco.org/Browse   maybe we should all pool our monies and make this into a TST roadtrip, who is in?
The article is still out there, it is on another golf site (so I'm guessing that the link was removed by a mod on this board) just google "wilson staff empire" and then you can read the article . . . or at least you can find it until my post is removed {shrug}
I'm not sure how Tobacco Road is not on the list - it is the most unusual course I've played. With a stove pipe as the fairway marker on one blind drive, split fairways, blind shots and lots of rolling hills and elevation changes for a flat piece of real estate. It is a unique and fun place to play; however it is not for everyone. One of the guys I play with says that all it is lacking is a clowns mouth and windmill to hit through.
My question is - how does a limited field event (I'm guessing 2nd smallest - behind the Grand Slam 2 day affair) like this have OWGR points awarded for playing in it?   So based off last year - ZJ got 46 points for winning this, and 46 points for winning Hyundai TOC (also limited field but 30 players). Also, last year DJ got 2.4 points, the same as top 50 in a major. I can see why players play in it, especially those who reside in Fla.
I would show you a picture of my hole in one balls, but alas I don't have any   I did keep one ball from a couple of years ago - my 11 year old son, who had just started to want to play made his first birdie. I think it was a bigger deal to me then it was to him.
New Posts  All Forums: