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Check out this great read on Patrick Reed   http://tobaccoroadblues.com/2015/01/30/the-villain-patrick-reed/
Not sure what happened there, like you said 2nd and 3rd hand.My personal experience with GW couldn't have been better. I met him at the Byron Nelson last year. He came up to the suite where we were watching, signed autographs for everyone, took pictures with anyone that wanted to and answered every question. Great experience for everyone there. Sorry your friend had a bad encounter.
My rejection just came through...hopefully the practice round entry will hit.
Interesting deal with the OWGR this week. If Adam Scott doesn't play at all, he goes to #1. If he tees it up, he needs T-16 or better to overtake Tiger.
Statement here http://www.tigerwoods.com/home   http://www.tigerwoods.com/news/2014/04/01/70599322/tiger-unable-to-play-in-the-masters-after-successful-microdiscectomy/
@wigolfer ask at the desk at Kiva if they can get you a better rate / tee time at Peninsula. When we stay there, I play Kiva, Peninsula, and GSGC. For high handicappers, GSGC is by far the easiest of the 3. Then would come Peninsula, and Kiva is a pretty strong track. Bring plenty of golf balls and tee if forward for sure. I also agree with @MexBurtReynolds food rec's. Tacky Jacks is the closest to you by far. If you go into Gulf Shores (20-25 mins away), be prepared to...
I think a lot of us do that for a couple of reasons.1. most of think we are better than we are and2. when I watch touring pros on TV, they seldom show someone missing the green from 100 yds, even though stats tell us that it happens quite a bit.
mdl..just curious on why you would go with the 712's when the 14's are out?
I have a combo set similar to what you are looking at. I went with the 714 AP1 4-6 and AP2 7-GW. I like the set a lot, but honestly if I had it to do over I would go all AP1. Just my .02
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