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post #415 of 1528
And of course, Phil just drained a long birdie on 10.
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post #417 of 1528
Nice to see KJ Choi play pretty well.
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How geeks watch The Masters. My eyez, my eyez :-)

 

post #419 of 1528

Nice putt Phil, think he remembered Tiger shot 40-30 in the first round in '97?

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Phil after making any sort of putt or shot - add in small head nod between each hat tip

 

post #421 of 1528
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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post

How geeks watch The Masters. My eyez, my eyez a1_smile.gif

I don't have quite that armada of tablets, but I do have screens as wide as the eyes can see:







Only problem is that I need to build a pedestal or something for my TV.
post #422 of 1528

Rose just bombed one down 13....

post #423 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post
 

I don't know what shoes you guys are wearing ( bowling shoes? ) but a sports shoe would suffice if you are commonly slipping everywhere you walk?

Think about walking up and down grassy slopes, especially on dewey mornings, in tennis shoes.  They have traction for tennis courts, or any other hard, dry, surface, but they are still just flat, rubber-soled shoes.  Golf shoes would be much more practical.  On a mostly flat course, especially if I knew it was going to be dry, I would just wear tennis shoes.

 

And to further clarify from earlier, I wear golf shoes to work on Tuesdays and Thursdays (usually) because I go to the range at lunch and it saves the hassle of changing my shoes at the range, AND, these are more comfortable than any other shoes I own. :beer:

post #424 of 1528
Golf courses thrash shoes. Even on a nice day I come home with mud, sand, goose shit, you name it on my shoes. No way I am subjecting my running shoes to that. Last time I golfed in my street shoes I had to run them through the washing machine. I get why spectators wear golf shoes.
post #425 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post
 

Think about walking up and down grassy slopes, especially on dewey mornings, in tennis shoes.  They have traction for tennis courts, or any other hard, dry, surface, but they are still just flat, rubber-soled shoes.  Golf shoes would be much more practical.  On a mostly flat course, especially if I knew it was going to be dry, I would just wear tennis shoes.

 

And to further clarify from earlier, I wear golf shoes to work on Tuesdays and Thursdays (usually) because I go to the range at lunch and it saves the hassle of changing my shoes at the range, AND, these are more comfortable than any other shoes I own. :beer:

 

 

Ok, I was imagining you wearing something like these around the office:

 

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Yes, golf shoes would have more grip in wet grassy hills, but not necessary, depending on the sneaker.

Maybe the hills at Augusta are steeper than I am aware of - but I've never experienced grass that slippery and I come from this place

 

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But maybe one day I'll slip on my ass at Augusta, if I'm ever lucky enough to go :banana: 

post #426 of 1528

Don't look now ... Bubba Watson is creeping up the leaderboard and has a makeable birdie putt on 16 to tie Haas.

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Originally Posted by Dave2512 View Post

Golf courses thrash shoes. Even on a nice day I come home with mud, sand, goose shit, you name it on my shoes. No way I am subjecting my running shoes to that. Last time I golfed in my street shoes I had to run them through the washing machine. I get why spectators wear golf shoes.

 

Well when you hit it in the ponds and trees........

post #428 of 1528
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Hehe....OK, I debated making this post because I thought it might be better to let you stay blissful in your picks, but in the end, decided you'd thank me later... still, please don't shoot the messenger... but I think you missed a critical clause in the contest's rules....

 

 

So taking Scott and Kuchar 2nd and 3rd were wasted picks because people have them as their 1st selection. Your only live horse is Jason Day at 6-under. 

 

Don't shoot the messenger, @Hammer 4 

 

Lemme buy you a digital drink :beer:

 

 

Looks like Jason may be going down in flames...4 over....meh..:no:

post #429 of 1528

Lee Westwood

 

In the trees "I hope they got rid of all the snakes'

 

lol

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GMAC even. We can live with that. A lot of golf to be played......
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Phil wedged it into the water on 15

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Phil wedged it into the water on 15

Two 7's. Brutal.
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