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Anyone else enjoy the sight of BDC being driven back to the tee to reload as much as I do?

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Watch Sandy Lyle win the Masters is the reason started playing golf.......

 But Sandy c’mon ffs. Just no, NO, NO!!

 

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13 minutes ago, Beastie said:

Watch Sandy Lyle win the Masters is the reason started playing golf.......

 But Sandy c’mon ffs. Just no, NO, NO!!

 

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New dress code coming for Augusta National! Within the next hour...

I'll take Loudmouth pants over that look.

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Bryson got lucky on 11, so a double means his luck evened out. Putting solidly so far. Should be fun to watch

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Just curious about your opinions on the following story.  I have a few questions:

1) Is it really a disadvantage for BAD not to have the green books since they were not provided to anyone in the field.  I think the article is implying it is a disadvantage to BAD because he is so meticulous but I do not agree it is disadvantage unique to him.  He has the same practice time to learn the greens as all of the others.

2) What is your opinion on Green Books in general?  I personally do not like them.  We as the general public need to read greens on our own and I do not see why the pros should have it any different.  Golf is to be a game of skill, reading a green is one of those skills.

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Bryson DeChambeau is expected to be dominant off the tees this weekend at the Masters, but it's his play on the greens that will make or break him.

 

 

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Wow I am loving this viewing option for the Masters. I am streaming the Featured groups - Bryson, Jon and Louis; Tiger, Lowry and Ogletree.  No commercials, no piped in bird sounds, no endless prattle from commentators. No patrons means you really get to see the golf course.

And Tiger is, so far, having one of his best first rounds at the Masters.

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13 minutes ago, MiuraMan said:

Wow I am loving this viewing option for the Masters. I am streaming the Featured groups - Bryson, Jon and Louis; Tiger, Lowry and Ogletree.  No commercials, no piped in bird sounds, no endless prattle from commentators. No patrons means you really get to see the golf course.

And Tiger is, so far, having one of his best first rounds at the Masters.

 

I agree, pick your players and just enjoy.   I have "My Group" on my phone and the TV on the live broadcast coverage.  Not getting much work done today.

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3 hours ago, nevets88 said:

Wow, it looked really bad for a moment there, weatherwise.

 

 

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