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2 hours ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Well, a respected and well liked member like yourself could probably get away with such a thing. Where as I'm hanging on by a very thin thread.

My thread is thinner than your thread.  And my Dad can beat up your Dad...

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You know, immediately after I posted my previous post I started thinking I may have gotten it wrong, primarily because of the O-Value. I'll revisit that in a bit, though… Not that much lower.

Definitely hole out from the fairway twice a year for the rest of my life. An eagle on a par four is -2. A hole in one is -2. Two awesome shots/year would be something to look forward to forever.😃

I’ve done both in a day....but they sold nachos at the Putt-Putt so that helped.

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The European Tour and its' tv slot is at the best part of the day to me, as it is when I'm having coffee, waking up, getting ready for the day.  Euro announcers generally have a very soothing presentation (as opposed to the zinger, ugh), the Euro courses are beautiful, with backdrops of the Alps on a lot of them (the desert courses / tourneys don't do it for me), and the UK swing has 3 or 4 links tourneys. 
 

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1 hour ago, Double Mocha Man said:

My thread is thinner than your thread.  And my Dad can beat up your Dad...

Ah, that's the kind of comedy that's so funny you have to spell it Komedy! 

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9 hours ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Would You Rather # 36.

Let's pretend you can't watch the PGA tour for what ever reason.

Would you rather watch a LPGA Event?

or 

Would you rather watch a European Tour Event?

or 

Would you rather watch a Korn Ferry Tour Event?

European Tour event. All four majors are official money events on the European Tour.

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9 hours ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Would You Rather # 36.

Let's pretend you can't watch the PGA tour for what ever reason.

Would you rather watch a LPGA Event?

or 

Would you rather watch a European Tour Event?

or 

Would you rather watch a Korn Ferry Tour Event?

I think this would just make a better poll question because it would depend on the field between Euro/LPGA as well as the tournament. I’d rather watch the LPGA if there was some news story...a young phenom playing for example. But I’d watch a Euro tourney with all the top Euros over any basic LPGA tournament. No interest in the Korn Ferry.

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On 3/3/2021 at 10:47 AM, ChetlovesMer said:

Would You Rather # 36.

Let's pretend you can't watch the PGA tour for what ever reason.

Would you rather watch a LPGA Event?

or 

Would you rather watch a European Tour Event?

or 

Would you rather watch a Korn Ferry Tour Event?

Hands down the LPGA is my favourite tournament to watch.  It is actually more relatable to my golf game.  Very few players there have swing speeds or strength better than mine. Therefore, they are playing on pure skill.  In the PGA tour, when you see players hitting it 175 yards with a PW or just muscling it out of rough I couldn't hit out of, it is brilliant but not relatable.

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Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

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41 minutes ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

I’d much rather be hot than cold. I’ll take the 100 degree weather. If I’m cold, I’ll lose all feeling in my hands, making it difficult to comfortably hold the club.

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1 hour ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

I would rather golf in hot weather, too many jackets to stay warm would make my swing hard and the ball would feel like a rock.  Plus I can drink cold water and put wet towels around my neck in the heat.  I did golf once when it was under 40 and it was not too bad due to no wind and a propane heater in the cart but still stopped after 9 because it was snowing.

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1 hour ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

I'll reluctantly take the blustery day.  And use the hot day to go to the beach.

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3 hours ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

I'll take the hot one, no question. I hate freezing my ass off, and with some (bad) luck, I'd had to wait on the group in front, and I sure don't want to do that in 40 (35 with windchill)) weather! Cold is one thing, but cold and windy is way worse, IMHO.

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3 hours ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

No question here. I’m playing in the heat, and I have. 

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4 hours ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

This isn't much of a choice for me.   I'll take the warm weather over cold anytime.   I won't golf with a wind chill around 35°.  

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13 hours ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

I’d honestly go with the cold day. I sweat buckets. I’d have to drink six bottle of water and electrolyte drinks. Plus I’d be the only one on the course. The 100 degree day would be slow play. It always is.

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13 hours ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

I have done both many times. But if I get to pick I'll take the hot day no question about it. My old joints and bones feel much better in the heat than in the cold. 

14 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

I’d honestly go with the cold day. I sweat buckets. I’d have to drink six bottle of water and electrolyte drinks. Plus I’d be the only one on the course. The 100 degree day would be slow play. It always is.

You make some good points. But I'm still taking the hot day.

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14 hours ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

100*. I don’t play golf when it’s under 50* as a general rule. I can if the sun is out or it isn’t windy, but, here, it is blustery and cold. No thanks. I’ll sweat it out. 

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14 hours ago, StuM said:

Would you rather #37

Golf on a day over 100 degrees (38c) with no breeze and you sweat profusely just sitting still let alone being active.

OR

Golf on a blustery 40 degree (4c) day with wind whipping around giving you wind chill around 35 degrees (2c)

No Fence sitting, which would you RATHER do?

This is just a joke right?

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12 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

This is just a joke right?

Wait until you get the Polar Vortex next January.🥶

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