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6 minutes ago, caniac6 said:

These guys are going to be on a Ryder Cup team in a few months. They need to stop acting like children.

Why? It's good for the sport as a whole.

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They are probably both milking the situation beyond what it actually is, just to draw attention to themselves and golf.

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4 minutes ago, Billy Z said:

They are probably both milking the situation beyond what it actually is, just to draw attention to themselves and golf.

Absolutely they are because of the PGA Tour's "Player Impact Program" with its $40M bonus pool.

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2 hours ago, caniac6 said:

These guys are going to be on a Ryder Cup team in a few months. They need to stop acting like children.

Maybe they have a kids table near the kitchen for team meals that they can sit at.

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2 hours ago, Billy Z said:

They are probably both milking the situation beyond what it actually is, just to draw attention to themselves and golf.

So? I like it.

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13 hours ago, iacas said:

So? I like it.

I sort of like it too, although I don't care much for BD. I'm glad he tanked at the USO. 

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13 hours ago, iacas said:

So? I like it.

I like it too. I actually like both guys in different ways, I think they are both good for the game. 

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45 minutes ago, Billy Z said:

I sort of like it too, although I don't care much for BD. I'm glad he tanked at the USO. 

We know, dude. You’ve told us many times. 

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2 minutes ago, ncates00 said:

We know, dude. You’ve told us many times. 

Have I ever told you where I went to school? 

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5 minutes ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Have I ever told you where I went to school? 

Haha nope you have not. 

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I will say I was wrong earlier in the thread. I thought it was an intentional act of rudeness, but now I see it’s entirely a tv sitcom now. BD and BK are clearly now egging the fans on. 

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I don’t mind the somewhat artificial feud. But I would enjoy it more if they weren’t both douche bags. I’d prefer a feud with Gary Woodland and Poulter for example. 

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3 hours ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Have I ever told you where I went to school? 

Nope, the psuedo feud is the topic. Everyone will see the nothingness of it when they are paired together. Just the same, BD acts very childish. Imagine the interest generated for the PGA because of it. 

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17 hours ago, iacas said:

So? I like it.

That seems like a measure of how boring golf is when Tiger is not around.

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3 minutes ago, turtleback said:

That seems like a measure of how boring golf is when Tiger is not around.

Good point, there was nothing like it when Tiger was in his prime. I don't think this feud  matches the interest of Tiger, nts. 

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