NLU make really good points.
If you missed watching yesterday with ESPN, I’m sorry- coverage was sooo good!
Also, I really enjoyed when Phil was in the booth. He gave good insights about what was actually happening—and why some players struggle or are better than others at certain skills (Finau’s putting for instance)
I find the hardest part to be trying to remember the course names from 20+ years ago. There's always a couple details I remember, so I try to ID them from those. People on the site have been helpful as well.
Haha. He thought he was Karl Malone.
I turned it off when they started pouring on the commercials. This is the first round I’ve watched for more than an hour since like, last year? The whole production, while I realize it’s a hard job, I just hate the announcing, and the shot selection and everything about network broadcast golf. Pretty much what the No Laying Up guys say. I can’t go two minutes without rolling my eyes. Don’t ever DJ Ian Baker Finch.
It is a personnel decision. I only save ones the courses sell. I have played about 75 courses that never had a ball, some of which are now out of business.Too bad they missed out selling loco and making a few extra bucks. I just got a ball from a course I played almost 10 years ago. It made my day, my week my month. If a course has a name change and I play it again then I consider it a new course.