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Zeph last won the day on September 29 2018

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  • Birthday 09/16/1986

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  1. Knowledge is useful, but you can't win anything by that alone. If you can't put the knowledge into practice, it's no good. At the other end you got pros on the PGA tour with very limited knowledge of how the swing works. They got a swing that does the job and lets other take care of the knowledge part and tell them what to do. To become really good you also need talent. Anyone can't get to the PGA tour just by working hard and having the best knowledge available. The competition is too tough and those that make it on tour need talent and maybe the right circumstances as they grow up to make the talent work.
  2. Tiger might want a different kind of caddie now than he did 15 years ago. He is older, more experienced, now has two kids and been through a rough decade. Even if he and Stevie were on good terms or if he could choose a Stevie-type he might still go for the Joey-type. Ultimately it might not matter much who's the caddie. Tiger seems in tune enough with what he's doing that I think he'd switch if he didn't find Joey to be a good fit.
  3. A win today is a greater achievement than it was sixty years ago. Even if we accepted that Snead won 82 legitimate tournaments, he did so with worse fields than this era. 82 has stuck and that's fine. Tiger will pass that number as long as he stays healthy. Would've passed 100 wins with less off-time die to injuries, but now it may be a stretch. Tiger with something other than the Scotty felt wrong. Especially when he had the big-head one. When will he tee up again? Wells Fargo or nothing until PGA? He said he will play less this year than he did in 2018.
  4. Onewheel // Future Motion Get ready to ride the best motorized skateboard when you... I like walking, but getting around the course faster does have some appeal. In a world that keeps getting busier, it's becoming increasingly more difficult for many to find place for long rounds of golf. This could be an alternative to a cart for those with the agility to use one. Won't speed up anything if you're at a fully booked course without mandatory carts of course.
  5. In major victories he's behind and may or may not catch up, but overall as a golfer he's better even if he's three majors shy. "Catching Jack" in this sense means major victories only, not as GOAT, since he's already passed him there.
  6. 🐯🐐 He's the best of all time despite all the tribulations in health and personal life the last 11 years. Had he gotten back into it earlier or not had to suffer that entire period of lost potential, he would've been past everyone else in every possible statistic by now.
  7. Weather is always just predictions and they couldn't predict it breaking up in time with enough confidence to let them play as normal. Changing the schedule was an insurance. They knew it could break up amd cause no problems to the tournament, but it could just as well have broken up after tearing through Augusta.
  8. "He's only won once coming from behind and that was only because Molinari hit so many balls in the water." -People probably
  9. Here's a by-the-numbers look at Tiger Woods' fifth Masters victory on Sunday at Augusta National, courtesy of the Golf Channel Editorial Research Unit. Woods' win marks his fifth Masters title, one shy of Jack Nicklaus' record, and 15th major win, three behind Nicklaus. Woods joins Nicklaus as the only player to win a Masters in three different decades. There were 3,954 days between Woods' win Sunday and his previous major victory, at the 2008 U.S. Open. That's the fifth longest span between major titles. Woods' 14 years between Masters victories is a tournament record. Woods won his first major championship when trailing after 54 holes. At age 43, Woods is the second oldest Masters champion, behind only Nicklaus, who won in 1986 at age 46. Woods made 22 birdies and nine bogeys en route to finishing 13 under. He played the par 5s in 8 under and the par 3s in 4 under. He bogeyed the fifth hole in each round, the first time he's done that in any of his Masters starts. Woods led the field in greens in regulation (58/72, 81 percent). Seven of those missed greens came in Round 1. Woods was playing in final group of a major championship for the first time since the 2009 PGA Championship. Woods is a combined 32 under in his last three majors. He was a combined 37 over in the five major starts before that. Tiger Woods' fifth Masters victory, by the numbers | Golf Channel Here's a by-the-numbers look at Tiger Woods' fifth Masters victory on Sunday at Augusta National. I mean, he's not 20, but that's a bit much.
  10. If anyone else has played Red Dead Redemption 2, I found this fitting.
  11. Ah. Didn't know that. Still silly TV is only in the cabin. Most of the fans can only watch on TV. The cabin is cheesy and lacks excitement. The minutes after the winning putt were the good ones.
  12. I don't know what to do now... I want more coverage.
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