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tjy355

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About tjy355

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  • Birthday 11/30/1959

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  1. People won't read the topic and think Kenny Perry's been defamed, they will read the topic and think Kenny Perry cheated. Not everyone will read the thread to the 6th page where you admit he did not cheat. Allowing the thread topic to remain amounts to defamation. How can you break a rule that is not in effect?
  2. If it was allowed then how is it breaking the rules? You should change the title of this thread and stop defaming this professional golfer.
  3. EVERY round including "Practice" rounds should be posted unless you are not following the rules of golf (like playing more than one ball.). The only scores deemed unacceptable by the USGA are detailed in the USGA Handicap Manual, Section 5-1f 5-1 f. Unacceptable Scores Scores made under the following conditions are not acceptable for handicap purposes and must not be entered in the player's scoring record: (i) When fewer than seven holes are played; (ii) When made on a golf course in an area in which an inactive season established by the authorized golf association i
  4. Ok, I'm going to throw in an opinion that hasn't yet been mentioned. All this obsessive aligning and marking and realigning and remarking and positioning the ball using the cheater line etc., TAKES TOO FREAKING LONG! Next time you are playing, chuck that SC marker into the nearest lake (before one of your playing partners does) and get on with it. (This has been a public service announcement)
  5. Well, I live here so I've pretty much seen all that the area has to offer. Some good stuff no doubt, but I would like to travel to some new places that offer different golf experiences. Bandon Dunes for example!
  6. I believe it will take the average golfer that plays once a week A FULL SEASON to truly dial-in a new set of irons.
  7. I'm sure the other members at your private club would be impressed. You get what you pay for. The $200 for a ClicGear or SunMountain is money well spent. I do applaud your desire to become a walking golfer. I think one of the main considerations I would have when choosing a club would be presence of a walking culture.
  8. I would buy equipment, then sell it, then spend that money on a golf vacation.
  9. Sorry, I would spend it on a golf vacation.
  10. Classic: I've lived most of my golfing life in Arizona so unfortunately, I've never had the opportunity to play any courses from the Golden Age of golf course design. I'm hoping to be able to realize my dreams of more golf travel with the goal of experiencing as many of these classic courses as I can. Modern: Based on the play of four of their designs, Coore & Crenshaw seem to be the guys that are offering modern course design that have a flavor for the old school. Thoughtful, fun and naturalistic. Nobody has heard of: Gil Hanse. This spring I played Rustic Canyon and fell in love with t
  11. You do realize that you lose the bet unless he wins THREE (or more) major tournaments...
  12. In October of 2009, Jonathan Papelbon was taking an earlier than expected vacation in Kiawah Island, SC. He had a free day and wanted to play a round of golf. He was directed to the Cassique Golf Club, a nearby private golf course. He arrived at the course and asked the pro if he could get on. "Sure," said the Pro, "What's your handicap?" Not wanting to admit that he had an 18 handicap, he decided to cut it a bit. "Well, its 16," said Papelbon. "But what's the relevance since I'll be playing alone?" he asked. "It's very important for us to know," said the pro, who then called a caddy. "Go
  13. With the USGA system, you should only shoot your handicap one out of every five rounds.
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