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2017 Snell PGA Championship Prediction Contest

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6 hours ago, toddvw said:

I use the Oncore MTB because I don't have to talk to it.  It knows what to do.

Rory -12

Spieth -12

Chappell -12

This is a great entry - none of the picks can win, because they've been picked before (Rory -120 or Spieth and Chappel by earlier 1st or 2nd round picks.
But the frosting on this pick is not even picking a Snell golf ball (give away sponsor) that is in the opening statement

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I play Snell My Tour Ball because I want Top of the Line performance at the best Value.

1. Rickie Fowler -10

2. Rory McIlroy -14

3. Thomas Pieters -12

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I play Snell My Tour Ball because they are the one of the best balls I have ever played.

1. Hideki Matsuyama -13

2. Justin Thomas -10

3. Jordan Spieth -12

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I play the Snell Get Sum ball because it's the best I've found for my game, at a bargain price, and as a math teacher, I love the pun in the name too.

1.  Dustin Johnson, -10

2. Gary Woodland, -10

3. Li Haotong, -10

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3 minutes ago, Shindig said:

I play the Snell Get Sum ball because it's the best I've found for my game, at a bargain price, and as a math teacher, I love the pun in the name too.

1.  Dustin Johnson, -10

2. Gary Woodland, -10

3. Li Haotong, -10

Li Haotong?  You should get a dozen balls on the basis of that pick alone! :-D :beer:

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I expect a lot out of my golf ball, so I play the Snell My Tour Ball for the best performance I can get.

1. Jordan Spieth -9

2. Kevin Na -9

3. Bernd Wiesberger -9

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1 hour ago, David in FL said:

Li Haotong?  You should get a dozen balls on the basis of that pick alone! :-D :beer:

I agree.  Let's see if we can convince the organizers ;-) 

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1 minute ago, Dr Ridiculous said:

1.  Jordan Spieth -14

2.  Zach Johnson -12

3.  Peter Ulein. -12

You have a few minutes to edit to include the required phrase.

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I play the Snell MTB because it is a great ball and a reasonable price & it helps me score better & win bets!

1 - Justin Thomas -12
2 - Gary Woodland -11
3 - Shane Lowry -111

It was a tough choice for my 3rd choice as I really thought about picking Beef - so he is still out there for any other last minute/hour pickers

 

 

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I play the Snell My Tour Ball because it is the best performing ball.

Jason Day: -13

Branden Grace:  -13

Steve Stricker: -12

I play the Snell My Tour Ball because they perform better than all other golf balls. 

Brooks Koepka:  -15

Branden Grace:  -9

Robert Streb:  - 9

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