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Zekez

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  1. Mother nature blows! I want some sunshine on the course!
  2. Caddie did not give him bad yardage. They agreed a few times on the yardage before he hit.
  3. Zekez

    Brooks Koepka

    My 2 cents. I like Koepka. He brings a cool attitude to the game.
  4. Well life is full of uniques experiences isn't it? That's what makes it so much fun!
  5. See my post above regarding this. Of course it is courteous to check on any and all expectations. Where I seem to disagree with most of you is that if i was fortunate enough to belong to a private club I would in no way shape or form expect my guest to pay for anything. And I would refuse any offer they made. C'est la Vie. I think the difference lies in the assumption (possibly wrong) that someone who belongs to a private club is wealthy enough to afford providing a round of golf to a friend that said friend could never afford. That's what friends are for after all!
  6. Since I will never have the financial resources to join a private golf club I can only state what I WOULD do if i was a member. Personally if I invited a friend to play golf and spend the day at the club I would not ask for anything in return. It would all be on me. It's my pleasure. Now I certainly understand a guest offering to pay the tip, but drinks, etc. But no way would I allow my guest to spend money. Frankly I 'm a little surprised that the member would ask a guest to pay for anything if they invited the friend to play at the club. We are allowed to do nice things without expecting retribution.
  7. Not sure if this is the right forum for this question. A friend was invited to a swanky private Country Club to golf. He got a round of golf and lunch (member has a food allowance each month that must be spent), but the member of the club that invited my friend told him that he had to take care of tipping the caddy. Is this the way it is usually handled? We both thought that when my friend was invited that meant "keep your wallet at home". Are we mistaken in thinking that? Thanks.
  8. That's weak by my standard. From the list below, this field is not too exciting. Top 50 players in 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson field 3. Brooks Koepka 19. Patrick Reed 22. Marc Leishman 28. Hideki Matsuyama 31. Rafa Cabrera Bello 33. Alex Noren 36. Jordan Spieth 40. Henrik Stenson 42. Kiradech Aphibarnrat 43. Lucas Bjerregaard 46. Branden Grace 48. Charles Howell III 50. Thorbjorn Olesen
  9. What a weak field. Pre-PGA tourney the reason?
  10. So at what age should the "slaughter" continue? Up to a certain age playing sports should be more about having fun and learning the fundamentals than beating the crap out of your opponent.
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