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When I tried to watch the par 3 contest earlier at work it kept crashing both chrome and IE. I haven't tried again since but I certainly will tomorrow.

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Working beautifully for the last 45 mins or so.... im using  IE and a very basic setup with just a decent high speed connection.  Nothing fancy at all.  The family computer.

Egg salad sammies (don't have, can't make pimento cheese) and a big bowl of stove popped popcorn.  Enormous Gin and tonic with a splash of grapefruit juice.  I should be doing laundry but screw that.

Bryan in Indy

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Windows and Firefox over a T-1 line at work.  No problems with the leaderboard and live video feeds, although when I would open a feed and watch for awhile, my computer's fans would kick into high gear and it got to the point that I thought a plane was taking off from my desk!

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I'm getting script error with every browser (Chrome, Firefox, Opera and IE), and only IE is not slowed down or crashes when trying to load the page. On Opera the features doesn't work at all. It's pretty ridiculous that such a big event with loads of money are not able to conjure up something better. The page is fancy with all the animations and stuff, but they didn't do a good job on the coding.

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Works fine for me, I just hate the opening sequence and the scoreboard absolutely sucks.

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Last year they changed the background every day with really great shots of the players and the course. I pulled a couple of them, and they made some really great backgrounds for my laptop. This year they kept the same one the whole time. In that way, last year was better.

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