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About djfajt71

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  1. I voted DQ, based upon the rules, as stated. It does suck, as it is a fun event. And for those that are stating the total is the only thing that counts. In several of the tourneys I play, they use individual hole scores as a tiebreaker. Thus the hole scores matter greatly.
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    Gary McCord Has Got to Stop Talking So Much

    McCord's ok, I'm pretty ambivalent about his commentary. I truly enjoy Feherty and Faldo. I enjoyed them when they would go back and forth on CBS. I was totally shocked at how likeable I find Faldo. During his playing days, I thought he was the biggest douche.
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    Happy Birthday Thread!

    Thanks @iacas!
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    Rolling Balls Yield More Aces

    My hole in one was very much a roller. I hit a worm burner that was ugly as anything, but basically rolled the last bit of fairway, onto the green, and in the hole.
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    2019 Masters Lottery

    I'm a loser as well.
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    Shot Clock on the PGA Tour

    That's exactly what I tried to tell my girlfriend the other night!
  7. Actually, by not being DQ'ed or playing the hole as normal and letting the ball finish rolling out, he took money from the folks that finished in the same position as him.
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    Callaway Truvis Balls at the U.S. Open

    I use the Truvis balls as well. I like the way they look when rolling on the green and spinning on pitch shots. Additionally, since not many others play them, there isn't much confusion as to whose ball is whose.
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    2018 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills

    Makes total sense, thanks!
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    2018 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills

    There were a lot of recognizable pros that qualified in Columbus and Memphis. I'm curious as to whether they chose the course because they like the course, or if there was another reason. Are the number of qualification spots determined by the number of entrants at that site, or are they predetermined?
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    Poor Lucas Glover

    He seems like the friendly dude next door, her not so much.
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    EA loses PGA Tour rights, The Golf Club gets it

    I agree. I enjoyed the large amount of courses, including Augusta, that were playable on Tiger '14. Not to mention, you had the option of having the actual weather, that was affecting the area of your course of choice, be in effect when you played. Rory was not up to that par, and I'm not a fan of TGC. It's ok, but nothing I would spend money on.
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    Chicken Wings?

    I have to agree with the O'Brien's wings. I haven't had them in awhile, but when I lived in Brandon, I had them at least once a week. I live in Largo now, and there's a place in Clearwater called Abe's. Fantastic wings, and they are huge! And yes, the spicy wings at Publix are amazing! As for Hooter's, I would much rather have Winghouse. The sauce at Hooter's doesn't stick to the wing very well.
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    Is Joe LaCava Tiger's Best Choice of Caddie?

    In my opinion, Tiger needs someone that will push his buttons. When he was growing up, his father filled that role. When Tiger was hot, and since his Dad couldn't be next to him, SW filled that role. LaCava may be a friend, confidant, and Sherpa of the highest order. But Tiger needs that occasional push.

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