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2017 Newport Cup Matches at Talamore Resort (Pinehurst, NC)


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Bunkers have too much sand.

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1 minute ago, iacas said:

Bunkers have too much sand.

Interesting, didn't know there was such a thing.. Normally complaints about bunkers I have come across is almost always about not enough sand. 

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2 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

Interesting, didn't know there was such a thing.. Normally complaints about bunkers I have come across is almost always about not enough sand. 

Firm bunkers with less sand is good.

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Im confused what is going on in that bunker picture. Was someones ball plugged in the loose sand or something?

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6 minutes ago, klineka said:

Im confused what is going on in that bunker picture. Was someones ball plugged in the loose sand or something?

He was just checking how much sand in bunkers after Drew hit his shot out of it (apparently).. I'm going to say it's an Erik thing ..ha ha

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2 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

He was just checking how much sand in bunkers after Drew hit his shot out of it (apparently).. I'm going to say it's an Erik think ..ha ha

Drew was in the pine straw but otherwise this yes.

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