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krupa last won the day on June 20 2018

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  1. Maybe. That's how I look at it. Everyone has their worst, best, and average scores and the majority of your rounds will fall in the average area. To me, using the word "random" just obviates personal responsibility. If I'm playing poorly and really think about it for a second, I tend to realize that I'm thinking too much about a bug in my software or my back is tight and unconsciously changed my swing to avoid pain or something. But it's never just "random".
  2. Also get a 500 error. I haven't dealt with them in a year or so but personally I've had really good experiences.
  3. My course posted an update over the weekend that says NYS courses can stay open if they follow social distancing guidelines including don't shake hands 6' physical separation no rakes or ball washers don't share clubs/equipment one cart per person
  4. Sorry, I thought the link was about his original comments, not the push back... shouldn't be trying to read this and work at the same time. Breed definitely wasn't worked up just by the words.
  5. For a person who makes their living with words, "bitch slap" is a ridiculously stupid thing to say. I agree with @billchao that there is a lot of crap on social media as well. If BC's argument really worked, we wouldn't have so many conspiracy theories flying around.
  6. I'm either going to throw them some extra money (I've already paid for my 2020 membership) or just buy some extra crap in the shop when they open.
  7. Just went over to my course last night. They're officially closed but are letting people play and asking for a donation. No one was at the pro shop when I went by so I don't know if someone is usually there or the donation should be slipped into the mail slot. They also ask players not to remove the flags and put pool noodles in the cup.
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    Tiny Homes

    I think they'd be OK as like a lakeside cabin where you stay for the weekend or maybe a week in the summer, but never to live in permanently. Also, if I was single and needed a place to write my manifesto...
  9. 1. Working from home for at least the next month. 2. My course never officially opened for the season. My guess is they will stay closed for a while. Members can play it, I've been out a few times and will go out this afternoon. There are usually 2 or 3 other cars in the parking lot and I've only seen people close enough to wave to (not that I'd give 'em a hug if they were closer.)
  10. The story doesn't say if he's had damage due to golf balls or is just unhappy with the number of golf balls in his yard. I would have just built a privacy fence and kept the golf balls to sell at work or garage sales. Maybe create a mural out of them on the course-facing side so everyone can see what happens to their ProV1's when they hit a bad shot. The club was founded in 1922 so I'll assume the homeowner knowingly (or foolishly, not knowing) moved into a house next to an existing golf course. I have no sympathy for people who move next to an existing thing (farm, airport, golf course) then bitch and moan about the situation they put themselves in. Farms smell, airports are loud, golf balls frequently go off-course.
  11. 1. I'm Gen-X and am filled with indifference 2. What's with the Nascar pit crew? Does Phil need new tires?
  12. It looks like Jason and that he's using an axe as a golf club! And all my patent applications have just had boring block diagrams; I didn't know I could have drawn a cartoon.
  13. The USPTO has a weekly listing of new patents. It's interesting/entertaining to take a look at what people are doing. This week, a new patent was issued for a new golf training aid. It seems to me that a good visual cue that you can turn your head is that the golf ball is no longer there, but patents don't judge the efficacy of the invention, only its novelty.
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    Premier Golf League

    It should have been in quotes to indicate the sarcasm.
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    Premier Golf League

    I think the PGA Tour has saturated the market with golf coverage and without a significant difference in what the viewer sees, they (the viewers) won't be interested. "Oh, another golf tournament?" "This one is team-based!". "Ok, so how is that different?" "It's... got teams" I know this is a little off-topic, but this statement grinds my gears Does he not understand how money works and how much he and almost every PGA Tour winner has compared to the vast majority of people in the world? They can win more in four days than most people see in multiple lifetimes. And yeah, they work hard for it, I get that, but they're still just playing a game. I don't begrudge him and other golfers their success but when they start talking like they're struggling to pay their bills, I stop caring. Also, Rory Rory Rory... where do you think the money comes from so the top players can be rewarded the pittance they currently get?
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