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  1. Share any good swing videos of pro golfers that you come across. Can be from any tour. Lots of pro's swings on our YouTube channel. The Sand Trap YouTube
  2. My shoulder isn't 100% and it's going to rain, but f*** it I'm going golfing tomorrow.

    1. nevets88

      nevets88

      Go for it!

  3. I watched a few minutes of the second round of the BMW International Open today, and saw an issue come up with a drop/placing of the ball after Thorbjorn Olesen’s ball went into a water hazard. His ball went into the water hazard, and in taking relief, he dropped twice and it twice rolled back to the hazard and so he placed the ball (1 stroke). He then walked up onto the green. While he was on the green, the ball rolled again into the water hazard. Olesen called for a rules official, who told him to re-place the ball and continue on, with no additional penalty. Evidently there was some concern that this wasn't a correct ruling pretty quickly—even the announcers were questioning it as it was happening—and Olesen was told (maybe one hole later or so) that there would be an additional 1-stroke penalty for relief from the hazard the second time. http://www.golfchannel.com/video/olesen-rules-incident-bmw-international-open/ Olesen seems a bit miffed at the rules officials for the incorrect ruling, but it seems that he still doesn't get it. As I see it, he should have re-dropped (twice, if needed, and then placed if needed) with the second 1-stroke penalty. But the rules official didn't cost Olesen any strokes at all—the ball going into the hazard twice was Olesen’s own doing, so taking relief twice cost him two 1-stroke penalties. My concerns are: 1. Olesen is upset that “you guys [rules officials] … don't know the rules.” Maybe, but Olesen should know them also, especially the significance of whether a ball was moving or at rest, and in play or not. --and maybe worse-- 2. It seems he thinks the rules official cost him the second stroke. But since Olesen doesn't get it that he had to take the second 1-stroke penalty to take relief the second time regardless, Olesen still doesn't understand the rule or this particular ruling. http://www.golfchannel.com/video/european-tour-official-mcfee-olesens-penalty/
  4. Rainmaker

    What would your walk-up song be?

    I understand the Euro Tour is going to start using walk up music . .starting today in Dubai. What would your walk up song be? Mine would be "Spanky" by The Gourds The part I would use starts at 43 seconds in . .and I'd get them to record it clean for me . .I'm sure they would being local boys as they are . . You boys need a spankin I'm the one that'll do 'er You boys need a spankin I'm the one that'll do 'er
  5. Full story: http://www.europeantour.com/challengetour/season=2016/tournamentid=2016744/news/newsid=302168.html#XYFrwItFswPoOjXV.99
  6. The second tournament of the so called Desert Swing started today (unlike any other European Tour tournament, this one is played from Wednesday trough Saturday. For now, Oosthuizen and Larranzabal are the clubhouse leaders at -7, followed by Colsaerts at -6 who also finished his round.
  7. Fowler moves to #4 in the World Ranking after beating a star-studded field in Abu Dhabi, including Spieth (#1) and Rory (#3). We had a separate conversation (thread) last week about Fowler and the idea he was poised to join "the big boys" a/k/a "the big 3". Without a Major, it will be difficult for Fowler to replace one of the current Big 3. However, rather than isolate the group to 3 members, Rickie could soon make a very compelling argument to add a seat at the table and begin a new dialogue: "The Big 4".http://www.europeantour.com/europeantour/season=2016/tournamentid=2016004/news/newsid=283619.html#JP02l2Df5l8H6dkt.97
  8. Big event for the Euro Tour headlined by McIlroy, Spieth and Fowler, along with Stenson and Kaymer. Also noticed out of the corner of my eye, Mike Weir is in the field, but everyone is probably hoping for a McIlroy/Spieth showdown. Don't forget to set your DVR, unless you enjoy watching live golf in the middle of the night. http://golfweek.com/news/2016/jan/20/rory-mcilroy-own-game-european-tour-golf/ http://www.europeantour.com/europeantour/season=2016/tournamentid=2016004/index.html
  9. This is an interesting read, what are people's thoughts on this? Do you agree it was the right thing to do and a show of class or is it not right as perhaps Poulter does not deserve what he does not earn? http://sports.yahoo.com/news/golf-grateful-poulter-admits-got-wrong-063601443.html Possible poll worthy article
  10. 2yearstilltour

    2 years till tour

    What do you think? Can it be done? Would love to know what you think.
  11. Up next for the European tour. Played at The Old Course,Carnoustie and Kingsbarnes on the East coast of Scotland. Some interesting names competing. Bill Murray,Hugh Grant,Andy Garcia,Michael Douglas,Johann Cruyff,Ruud Gullit,Kelly Slater....among others.......... also we have some golfers. Kaymer,Harrington,Els,Westwood,Daly,Harrington,Mcdowell,Lawrie,Cink,Donald,Schwartzel,Gallacher and Grace...among others. This is one I used to go to when living in Scotland. October could be vicious in that part of the world. Kicks off tomorrow. http://www.europeantour.com/europeantour/season=2015/tournamentid=2015076/leaderboard/index.html#VRqiCWx7y166t9GE.97
  12. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304636404577299702668540234.html?mod=WSJ_hpp_MIDDLE_Video_Third Quote: At their presentation in Phoenix, summarizing research for a paper to be finished soon, they compared the world ranking of the top 200 players to a ranking of those same players' skill levels calculated using a statistical model they also devised, which simultaneously takes into account players' adjusted tournament scores and the difficulty of the courses. In every two-year period going back to 2003, the bias was stark. "For every given skill ranking, the official world golf ranking for PGA Tour players averaged 36 positions worse than for non-PGA Tour players," Rendleman said. At one point Pat Perez was ranked 95th in skill, according to their model, but 195th in the world rankings. One of the main flaws in the current system involves strength-of-field ratings used to determine how many points players earn for good performance. Tournaments receive a minimum point value, depending on which of the world's tours is sponsoring it, regardless of how many quality players are in the field. Strength of field ratings based on the participating players' skill levels would be more equitable, they argue.
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