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Posts by Jspangler

1) No2) 50-753) Not really, I stay in shape though4) No5) Yes6) YesI suffer from lower back pain, seems Ive only able to get about 12-13 holes in walking before it gets bad.
That's tough, I view it this way, say you aren't warmed up, or at the start of the season after a lay off do you still have the SS for an X? If you hit the stiff just as well as an X I'd go with the stiff, in the day of adjustable drivers it doesn't take much to swap a shaft at different points of the season if you felt the need.
I don't care if you're an administrator or not, I started the thread and I will continue to post my thoughts until a) people want to quit debating the fact or b) the thread is closed.
I do not try and generate animosity, I do not mind debating and I bring facts to the conversation. I will say I worded the title wrong as I should have said global sport as opposed to global game. Yes golf is a global game as is ping pong. Asians make ping pong a sport Americans do not. That is truely what I am saying Globally golf is played as a game but as a sport it seems only US and Europe view it that way.
Sure, people can't play in China why? Its to expensive? Maybe that's a sign that prices should be lowered to grow the game. But no my gripe is you call a World Golf Championship but refuse to play them around the world. Watching the Dubai tournament there was no short of fans there. I get tired of watching golf played in same damn place week in and week out, Yep just another 70 and sunny day in Florida for the 3rd week in a row. Part of the reason The Open is my favorite...
Is track and field not a sport? Is it not competed globally? Are there not many countries competitive in this sport?
You guys are crazy golf is not a global sport, the United States have 50% of the world golf courses and about 55-60% of the golf population while only occupying 5% of the worlds population.
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Sounds good, thanks for the tip.
Even United States produces good hockey players, and China even produced Yao Ming. The fact is the United States has 15,000+ golf courses, China has under 1000, India has under 100, Two continents ( Europe and South America) only have about 7000 courses among them. As stated before those players come to the states to play, so again is it really a global sport?
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