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off the topic here, remember in that last co-ed big break, that dude won an entry to justin timberlake's pga tourney?  does anyone know how he did?

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Originally Posted by ejimsmith

off the topic here, remember in that last co-ed big break, that dude won an entry to justin timberlake's pga tourney?  does anyone know how he did?


That tournament is next week. Anthony Rodriguez got the exemption.

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Originally Posted by The Recreational Golfer

When they showed all the players at the start of that show, and got to Mallrory, I said to my wife, "She'll be the favorite at the golf forum I'm on. Guess why."



My favorite is actually Kelly.  I'm actually supporting Team Liffey collectively as well.  I like 2 of the guys' personalities on that side (I think Andy--Nationwide Tour player--and the Irish Captain)

Brandon

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does anyone else think that Bennet is a jerk? I think it's his swagger and lack of golf talent.

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Originally Posted by Duffy

does anyone else think that Bennet is a jerk? I think it's his swagger and lack of golf talent.


He could probably beat a large majority of the players here... as could most of the Big Breakers.

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I am rooting for Julien; hope he can carry on the tradition of Canadian success, and he is rocking Habs gear in the opening of the show!

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I'm pulling for the Notre Dame Blonde... and the older guy.  And basically anyone on the Irish Guy's team.  We'll see if anyone else stands out as the show goes forward.  A few usually do.

Looking forward to each episode.  DVR set to record the entire season.  Don't tell the wife, but it is HIGH on the list of timers, outranking many other shows in case of a conflict with another attempted recording.

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Originally Posted by Bryan SD2

Looking forward to each episode.  DVR set to record the entire season.  Don't tell the wife, but it is HIGH on the list of timers, outranking many other shows in case of a conflict with another attempted recording.


Ranking it high doesn't really make a lot of sense, since each episode is repeated a bunch of times throughout the week.  You might end up missing a show that airs only once to record a show that is repeated often at a wide variety of times.

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Would like to see him and Brian play together and talk about how great they are while making excuses for their poor golf shots.

Originally Posted by Duffy

does anyone else think that Bennet is a jerk? I think it's his swagger and lack of golf talent.



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Originally Posted by deronsizemore

Since Mallory and I are from the same city, I think I'm obligated to root for her to win.

Looks like the talent is better this season than it was the last. Hopefully that's the case. I get tired of watching the competition and wonder just how the actual hell they got on the show.


Ahh yes...I know you were rooting for Carling a couple seasons ago.  Go bucks!!  She was a cutie with spunk.........

So far, this season is shaping up well.  So far it seems like the most unpopular player is "Mr. Model".......it seems everybody hates him.

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Originally Posted by bplewis24

There's no doubt he's a jerk, but I think he relishes that being a part of his shtick.

Brandon



I agree....about the shtick.   I don't think he's a big jerk though....he just has a big fat head and he doesn't seem to be very likeable.  LOL

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Originally Posted by BuckeyeNut

I agree....about the shtick.   I don't think he's a big jerk though....he just has a big fat head and he doesn't seem to be very likeable.  LOL



I'm confused about Bennet. He definitely acts like a jerk, but at the same time he's kinda playing the game the way he needs to - as in "every man for himself". Conversely, I think Nicole is also a bit of a jerk, at least on the course.

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Originally Posted by bplewis24

My favorite is actually Kelly.

Brandon


Man, Kelly is so friggin cute to me.

That is all.

Brandon

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GO KELLY!!! [URL=http://thesandtrap.com/image/id/176418/width/320/height/400][IMG]http://thesandtrap.com/image/id/176418/width/320/height/400[/IMG][/URL]

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Originally Posted by Dave H

I'm confused about Bennet. He definitely acts like a jerk, but at the same time he's kinda playing the game the way he needs to - as in "every man for himself"



He sure took care of business by going birdie-birdie during the elimination challenge.

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