I get that, but doesn't it seem odd that you can't even plug your shiny new iPhone 7 into your new Macbook Pro as they come out of the box? You need a $20 adapter. Apple has a long history of providing several types of input ports - Firewire+USB, TB+USB, etc. I know at some point you have to let old standards go, but USB 3.1/Type-A is not that old and still plenty usable.
Plus without the ability to upgrade the new laptops at all (SSD is now soldered to the board, joining the RAM which has been that way for a while), these laptops clearly aren't designed to be future-proof in any sense other than the new ports that no one else uses yet.
I'm sure they're cool machines, I'm just disappointed because I've been waiting forever for them to be released, and now in addition to the fairly high prices you need to add on another $60+ just for adapters and peripherals.
At 5 or 6 if you shoot 74 as your best usually (I am sure there are a couple of 72-73 in there..:-) too), then that's a -3 or a -4. Just like a 22 would have to break 90 (in a tourney!).
I still think a large part of the reason high cappers win is because in most single day things there simply are MORE of them.
I also think in large groups with bunch of high cappers you run into more sandbaggers. I don't know, I just don't expect to come home with anything in these type of tourneys. Just too many fliers.
Haha I am the same way. I have already read hogans 5 principles, it was great. I have searched all over the internet for golf info (gold reddit is not bad, not very informative though) and this site is one of the better sources I have found. You guys have been great so far