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2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines


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5 hours ago, Vinsk said:

Now that’s a poorly done video. Glad he’s excited…but not worth posting.🙂

It's what comes from having too many beers and thinking you're a real videographer with a phone.  At least he didn't shout, "Get in the hole!"...  though he would have been rewarded.

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1 hour ago, PeaceFrogg said:

Funny how Matt Kuchar, who I don't even really like, is left out of the conversation. He has as many PGA Tour wins as any of those 2 combined and only 2 less than all 3 combined.

He was asked to tip his cap into the ring and declined at first, only doing so after pressure from several sources. 

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