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MrElculver2424

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  • Birthday 11/30/1995

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  1. Not that old of ones, no! But if they work for you, use them. I still have a few drivers and 3 woods that are very similar to those that my grandfather had many years ago, but I don't use them. My grandmother told me to keep them after he passed away a few years ago.
  2. Thanks for joining us! Lots of instruction tips here
  3. Bo Van Pelt would jump 28 spots in the FedEx Cup Standings, to 12th place, if he were to win tomorrow. Rickie Fowler just can't put 4 solid rounds together. He played his way out of it today. I'll stick with my prediction of Geoff Ogilvy winning.
  4. Depends on who I go with. Whenever I go, it's usually with a few other relatives who don't want to walk, so I ride in the cart with them. Sometimes, after I hit my fairway shot, I'll just take my pitching wedge and putter from the bag and just walk to the green and let them drive to their balls. But if I would go by myself, I would walk all the time because I'm only 15 and can't legally drive a golf cart yet.
  5. One last thought, and I know it's off topic, but...it seems to me like Tiger has 2 different sides of him. The arrogant, selfish side, that swears on the course and is a bad role model, and then the good side. Remember he made these quotes quotes, but didn't live up to them. "Achievements on the course are not what matters, decency and honesty is what matters." "If you are given a chance to be a role model, I think you should always take it because you can influence a person's life in a positive light, and that's what I want to do. That's what it's all about." As for Stevie...I know why some people think of him as that and I'm definitely not happy with some of the things he's said and done over the years, but none of us know him so it's best not to judge someone based on that. He could be a nice person behind what we see.
  6. It should be calming down. Now we're just getting more and more off topic. Nothing else to talk about until Tiger announces his new caddy.
  7. Possibly! Just have to wait and see...
  8. Ignore him, practice your mental game. If it really gets to you, tell him to please stop again and that it's not good etiquette. If he will not stop, tell him he's no longer welcome in your group.
  9. I know, he caddied for Scott again without asking Tiger for permission a second time. And you have a good point there...I could see Stevie doing the U.S. Open since he was already there, but if Tiger asked him not to and he went ahead and did the AT&T; National, that wasn't right. If that report is true, then I understand why Tiger fired him. Thanks for that info.
  10. I'm basically torn with who to "side" with in this whole ordeal, LOL. I'm done with it. I don't know. It depends how Stevie told Tiger that he was already at the U.S. Open with Scott, if he was nice about it or demanding to let him caddy for Adam. If I was Stevie, I don't think I would have pulled out at the last second and left Adam hanging with no caddy for the U.S. Open. I still don't think Tiger should have fired him just for that. Stevie would have been there for Tiger whenever he's going to return from injuries. But it is what is is, and it's over.
  11. Definition of a sport: "A sport is an organized, competitive, entertaining, and skillful activity requiring commitment, strategy, and fair play, in which a winner can be defined by objective means." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sport The definition itself proves that it's a sport, and people who insist golf's not a sport can't argue that. The definition will win you every debate.
  12. Because from what I know , Stevie is an elite caddy, and in my mind, the best I have ever seen. And Hank Haney agrees with me. I could very well be wrong...sure, there could be tons of caddies out there who MIGHT be better, but from what I KNOW , I'm forming an opinion. I've never met anyone in my life who had such a problem with that.
  13. That's entirely true...I never said anything to contradict that.
  14. That's absolutely correct. I never said anything that would contradict that. No one said Stevie was the best caddy back in 1997...he became an elite caddy because he paired up with Tiger Woods. But at the same time, obviously not all caddies have equal talent, either.
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