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  1. Moxley

    2018 Tour Championship - FedExCup Finale

    Yes, I see that but I root for British players (Rose especially) first and foremost, so you'll understand that I'm gunning for Rose to cap off his great season with the fedex cup win. Even still, as much as I'd really like to see Woods complete his comeback, I'd feel a bit uncertain about him , Rory or Rahm taking the Fedex, as I don't feel any of them have done in the regular season to justify winning. Yes, I know that's sort of the point the playoff format that any of them can win, but as mentioned in the other threads, I think the weightings and re-seeding are a bit skewed. Either way, the tour must be thrilled with the finale, and it's going to be a real cracker today.
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    2018 Tour Championship - FedExCup Finale

    What on earth, just tuned in and Tiger has got to -13 ?! Happy for it to stay this way, Justin still gets the cup and it would be nice to see Tiger get a win.
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    2018 Tour Championship - FedExCup Finale

    Another solid round from Rose, amazing how he does this week in , week out 👍👍
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    2018 Tour Championship - FedExCup Finale

    Agree with @MacDutch , I think Rose has got this one 👍
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    2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National - Paris, France

    Of course it's true that any player has the potential to be the best player over the weekend, but it doesn't mean that talent isn't a big factor. 2 things : a) The more talented, on form players have a better chance of having a great weekend than the ones that only just made it. b) Those differentials, over 24 players and 28 ties, will be realised to a fairly significant extent. Talent won't be the only factor at play, but it will be an important one.
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    2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National - Paris, France

    Agree with most of this - people are too keen to look at historical patterns without giving consideration to whether there was a known reason for those patterns that would still apply. It's hard to look past the difference in team strength this year- Euro team not too bad, but the US team is excellent, and I would expect this difference to trump most other factors.
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    2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National - Paris, France

    USA 15.5-12.5 Europe. USA team is a lot stronger, but home advantage will help keep it competitive until singles.
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    Factors in Selecting Your Driver

    None of the above , since price was the biggest factor for me. Yes, I wanted to make sure I bought from a fairly reputable company (Benross for this club) , and that it was suited to my game (loft and a few other things), but the big deciding factor was price, since it was a driver at around half the cost of other similar alternatives, and I believe that there is very little difference from brand to brand. @boogielicious is it worth adding price to the poll? or at least an 'other'?
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    Tour Poll Taken With Some Interesting Answers

    His actual loss percentage is likely to be somewhat smaller - it's more of a shift to undecided at this stage, which should be normal this long before any election - if the undecided's split in line with the declared voting intention, as opposed to 50/50, he'll only end up about 4% down. That said, more than 5% won't vote. As for 'only' 56% voting for him, it'd be more appropriate to see it as 82% of those that voted , which is a pretty healthy lead in this group (albeit the group is tiny compared with the overall electorate!).
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    Acclaim Sand Wedge

    Some of these sort of products can work, Check out this review of infomercial wedges which includes the c3i, a similar wedge with a massive sole to what your friend has. In the test above, the c3i leaves only 6% in the bunker, outperforming traditional wedges for that testing group. I don't have such a wedge, but from what I can infer I'd say the trade off would be lack of flexibility (unusual sand, close to the lip etc), difficulty to use elsewhere (especially on the fairway), and not being able to develop a high level of skill with bunker shots (which would require face manipulation). The last one is the kicker for me - I really enjoy the challenge of bunker shots, and I want to develop this skill over my lifetime. If you can live with those trade offs and just want something that will get the ball out more often, there's every chance it'll work for you.
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    Stableford Strategy

    Fair enough, consensus seems to be mostly play your normal game. On the whole I think it's a slight equaliser, although I think it's more skewed towards younger players / bigger hitters than it is just on handicap. The sort of player whose card has both birdies and 8+'s.
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    What driver brand do you use?

    Benross. I don't think brand matters at all as long as it's a reasonably reputable brand.
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    Should I Carry a Lob Wedge?

    Agree with a lot of what @Patch has said. Although of late I've been getting by with just my 54, where I do like the lob wedge is for shots that are fairly tight/hard lies, and with little room to work with - in these scenarios I'd tend to open up my 54, but it's a more difficult shot than if I had a 60+ degree wedge with less bounce that I could hit with a squarer face. It depends a lot on course too - I have a lot of those types of shots on my home course, whereas at other courses with softer ground it isn't an issue.
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    Holed or no?

    Yes, but as with my last post, the scores for my solo rounds count for nothing - they are just for fun and are rarely full rounds anyway. I think you misunderstood my first post - I keep the flagstick in during solo rounds because those rounds are not official ones and it saves time, and I'm looking forward to the new rule allowing me to do this in official rounds (which are played with other members).
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    Predict Tiger's 2019 Season

    Very difficult to say, I went 1-0. But I don't see it as a whole lot less likely that he get's something like 4-2. Winning is hard - I think he'll be in contention plenty next year, based on what he's done this year, but I'm not certain that he has the mental edge at the moment to turn those into wins. But if he does get that edge back, or his game improves, then it's a handful of wins and possibly majors.

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