OK - I read D 27/6 on other thread. I guess once 5 minutes are past, the ball is deemed lost. I also don't understand the justification. I guess if everyone is walking or everyone is riding, it is fair to expect everyone to keep track of their balls. When there is a difference in the time it takes to get to balls, it is a bit of an unreasonable expectation in my opinion.
Team U.S.A. will win 15 to 13
Dustin Johnson will win 4 points by going 3-0-2
Patrick Reed will clinch the Ryder Cup for the U.S.A. by winning his match on the 16th hole.
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I am seeing improvement in my driver, and I am very very happy with this. I have been told to work on my hips turn in the down swing, so at impact they should be facing the target (or almost). This is what I am trying to accomplish now.
By the way, I am trying to find some exercises that could be practised during the winter...
Thanks! I hadn't played this format before -- I enjoyed ESPN's old "best ball" format but never got into "pick who will finish the best of these five" stuff that I tried after that. I can't wait for next season -- when does fantasy golf begin again?
Not a bad idea. Twilight rates can be great, but sometimes I can only arrive with 30 mins of daylight left which isn't much of a deal. If I could throw down a few dollars to play a couple holes, I'd definitely be tempted. Maybe I'd buy a candy bar, or some golf balls too.
Even just a handful of guys doing this over a year could add up.
I don't know. I don't run any businesses really, so I'm probably missing something. Though I am jealous now knowing my courses don't offer this.