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  • scooterboy59scooterboy59 Posts: 977 ✭✭
    When one of the guys in the group in front of you had to change shoes because he had football cleats on. Thought they were ok since golf was played on grass.
  • DaveLeeNCDaveLeeNC Members Posts: 5,154 ✭✭

    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Is it conceivable that you cannot think of a reason why someone would have their phone with them while playing? You really don't understand that ???



    dave
  • FlaBoy239FlaBoy239 Members Posts: 367 ✭✭
    DaveLeeNC wrote:

    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Is it conceivable that you cannot think of a reason why someone would have their phone with them while playing? You really don't understand that ???



    dave


    Just because you're playing golf doesnt mean the outside world doesn't exist. I set my fantasy lineups, text buddies, text the wife, check scores, stream music, browse Instagram...... theres a lit of time to kill during a round.
  • thug the bunnythug the bunny Members Posts: 6,140 ✭✭


    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Someone doesn't have kids.




    Wrong.
  • thug the bunnythug the bunny Members Posts: 6,140 ✭✭
    DaveLeeNC wrote:


    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Is it conceivable that you cannot think of a reason why someone would have their phone with them while playing? You really don't understand that ???



    dave




    Calm down. I always have my phone with me during a round but very rarely use it, thus it would not cause a "you know you're going to have a long day..." kind of response in me if I forgot in for one round. That's all...
  • DaveLeeNCDaveLeeNC Members Posts: 5,154 ✭✭
    edited Jul 9, 2018 #667

    DaveLeeNC wrote:


    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Is it conceivable that you cannot think of a reason why someone would have their phone with them while playing? You really don't understand that ???



    dave




    Calm down. I always have my phone with me during a round but very rarely use it, thus it would not cause a "you know you're going to have a long day..." kind of response in me if I forgot in for one round. That's all...




    I can understand that. But I do believe that in this case FourTops had his cell phone with him earlier in the round. That is certainly how I read it.



    dave
  • thug the bunnythug the bunny Members Posts: 6,140 ✭✭
    DaveLeeNC wrote:


    DaveLeeNC wrote:


    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Is it conceivable that you cannot think of a reason why someone would have their phone with them while playing? You really don't understand that ???



    dave




    Calm down. I always have my phone with me during a round but very rarely use it, thus it would not cause a "you know you're going to have a long day..." kind of response in me if I forgot in for one round. That's all...




    I can understand that. But I do believe that in this case FourTops had his cell phone with him earlier in the round. That is certainly how I read it.



    dave




    Duh, I think you're right. Yeah, if I lost my phone somewhere on the course I would definitely panic. But generally, golf is the one place that is my phone-free zone besides church and the library.
  • HangOnSloopy15HangOnSloopy15 Members Posts: 19
    edited Jul 9, 2018 #669
    someone you get paired with goes iron off the 1st tee par 4 and they don't even hit it past the lady's tee box
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  • FourTopsFourTops Banned Posts: 1,676 ✭✭
    DaveLeeNC wrote:


    DaveLeeNC wrote:


    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Is it conceivable that you cannot think of a reason why someone would have their phone with them while playing? You really don't understand that ???



    dave




    Calm down. I always have my phone with me during a round but very rarely use it, thus it would not cause a "you know you're going to have a long day..." kind of response in me if I forgot in for one round. That's all...




    I can understand that. But I do believe that in this case FourTops had his cell phone with him earlier in the round. That is certainly how I read it.



    dave




    Yes...toss the phone in the cart...bounce around for 3 holes...look for the phone to put on some music, check for texts...and GONE! That's not only a long day, a long 2-3 days if lost.
  • (Just happened Sunday) a 4 some only having 2 golf bags... And 1 of the guys was a lefty, and they weren't the slowest 1's on the course because there was a 5 some in front of them (all of the 9 were hackers of course)
  • woohoo4mewoohoo4me Members Posts: 610
    Few weeks ago we made a later than normal tee time, about 10a on a Saturday. Apparently the men's club rules the roost at this particular course and just do what they want.



    We finally got balls in the air at 10:35a and the front 9 took nearly 3 hours. Guess how many times we saw a marshall? If you guessed zero, you win. The back did pick up pace and we finished in just under 5 1/2 hours. That's absurd.
  • When you play with social friends (not golfers) and they wait for an invitation to hit EVERY SHOT. They never know when they’re away and you feel like you’re rushing them for 5 straight hours by saying “go ahead” 128 times.



    Especially when they hit their first putt and it comes up two feet short and they don’t finish, but leave it and wait their turn again (or another invitation) without marking.
  • FourTopsFourTops Banned Posts: 1,676 ✭✭
    When somebody carries a sun umbrella to the green.
  • ArpeggiArpeggi Members Posts: 3,686
    When the guy you’re paired with aims way left on the first hole and towards a water hazard because of his “natural slice”.
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  • FourTopsFourTops Banned Posts: 1,676 ✭✭
    edited Jul 12, 2018 #676
    When a guy just got done telling you about "puring shafts", then almost kills 2 people with a bladed pitch shot.
  • RobERobE Posts: 169
    You're on the left of the fairway waiting to go to your ball, and you look back and see your playing partner is "waiting for the green to clear" on a par-5 from 340 yards out.
  • FourTopsFourTops Banned Posts: 1,676 ✭✭
    When the starter pairs you with a guy who says he's out to practice for the company scramble on Tuesday. .
  • Chris122Chris122 Banned Posts: 611 ✭✭
    You start reading a thread that looks interesting and discover that posters are too dumb to understand the difference between a foursome and a fourball.
  • deadsolid...shankdeadsolid...shank ClubWRX Posts: 14,614 ClubWRX
    Chris122 wrote:


    You start reading a thread that looks interesting and discover that posters are too dumb to understand the difference between a foursome and a fourball.




    Apparently I'm one of the too dumb ones. What is the difference between a foursome and a fourball?
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  • ShipwreckShipwreck Members Posts: 3,695 ✭✭
    When you get to the first tee box on a jam packed day and you see a guy in the group ahead of you taking SW style divots out of the tee box.....with his driver.



  • Jstdoit95Jstdoit95 jstdoit95 Members Posts: 188
    It’s before noon and I’m already bored and reading threads on wrx
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  • jli2636jli2636 Posts: 1,035 ✭✭

    Chris122 wrote:


    You start reading a thread that looks interesting and discover that posters are too dumb to understand the difference between a foursome and a fourball.




    Apparently I'm one of the too dumb ones. What is the difference between a foursome and a fourball?




    Foursomes is alternate shot, fourball is best ball. At least that’s what it is in the Ryder Cup
  • DaveLeeNCDaveLeeNC Members Posts: 5,154 ✭✭
    edited Jul 12, 2018 #684

    Chris122 wrote:


    You start reading a thread that looks interesting and discover that posters are too dumb to understand the difference between a foursome and a fourball.




    Apparently I'm one of the too dumb ones. What is the difference between a foursome and a fourball?




    Typically a foursome defines a group of four golfers playing together. Although formally it is alternate shot.



    Fourball is a specific competition format (think Ryder Cup) where there are two teams of two golfers each. And each golfer plays his own ball (unlike alternate shot) and the winning team on a hole is the team with the member shooting the lowest score. That language (in my experience) is very common in the UK (and is in the Rules of Golf). Less so in the US where (IMHO) there are many decent golfers who really don't know exactly what a fourball is.



    dave



    ps. Late edit - I guess there is 'foursomes' (alternate shot) and there is the common use of the term foursome. To me 'a foursome' is a group of four golfers (who might be playing foursomes).
  • deadsolid...shankdeadsolid...shank ClubWRX Posts: 14,614 ClubWRX
    edited Jul 12, 2018 #685
    jli2636 wrote:





    You start reading a thread that looks interesting and discover that posters are too dumb to understand the difference between a foursome and a fourball.





    Apparently I'm one of the too dumb ones. What is the difference between a foursome and a fourball?




    Foursomes is alternate shot, fourball is best ball. At least that’s what it is in the Ryder Cup

    DaveLeeNC wrote:


    Chris122 wrote:


    You start reading a thread that looks interesting and discover that posters are too dumb to understand the difference between a foursome and a fourball.




    Apparently I'm one of the too dumb ones. What is the difference between a foursome and a fourball?




    Typically a foursome defines a group of four golfers playing together. Although formally it is alternate shot.



    Fourball is a specific competition format (think Ryder Cup) where there are two teams of two golfers each. And each golfer plays his own ball (unlike alternate shot) and the winning team on a hole is the team with the member shooting the lowest score. That language (in my experience) is very common in the UK (and is in the Rules of Golf). Less so in the US where (IMHO) there are many decent golfers who really don't know exactly what a fourball is.



    dave



    ps. Late edit - I guess there is 'foursomes' (alternate shot) and there is the common use of the term foursome. To me 'a foursome' is a group of four golfers (who might be playing foursomes).




    Thanks guys. I was maybe (probably) being a bit of a ****** in response to the post calling people dumb when he didn’t use the correct form of the words.



    Becasue there is no difference between a foursome and a fourball. Both are a group of four players.



    Now if he had said they don’t know the difference between “foursomes”and “fourballs” as formats of play. Although those are commonly misunderstood terms.
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  • Sean2Sean2 #TheWRX (Callaway Trip) Members Posts: 30,826 ✭✭
    FlaBoy239 wrote:

    DaveLeeNC wrote:

    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Is it conceivable that you cannot think of a reason why someone would have their phone with them while playing? You really don't understand that ???



    dave


    Just because you're playing golf doesnt mean the outside world doesn't exist. I set my fantasy lineups, text buddies, text the wife, check scores, stream music, browse Instagram...... theres a lit of time to kill during a round.




    Dang! That is way too much work! lol
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  • Sean2Sean2 #TheWRX (Callaway Trip) Members Posts: 30,826 ✭✭
    woohoo4me wrote:


    Few weeks ago we made a later than normal tee time, about 10a on a Saturday. Apparently the men's club rules the roost at this particular course and just do what they want.



    We finally got balls in the air at 10:35a and the front 9 took nearly 3 hours. Guess how many times we saw a marshall? If you guessed zero, you win. The back did pick up pace and we finished in just under 5 1/2 hours. That's absurd.




    That's ridiculous.
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  • RobERobE Posts: 169
    woohoo4me wrote:


    Few weeks ago we made a later than normal tee time, about 10a on a Saturday. Apparently the men's club rules the roost at this particular course and just do what they want.



    We finally got balls in the air at 10:35a and the front 9 took nearly 3 hours. Guess how many times we saw a marshall? If you guessed zero, you win. The back did pick up pace and we finished in just under 5 1/2 hours. That's absurd.




    I've never understood you guys that play on the weekend, during peak volume hours, and then complain about pace of play. image/stop.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':stop:' /> image/swoon.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':swoon:' />
  • HatsForBatsHatsForBats Members Posts: 1,481 ✭✭
    edited Jul 13, 2018 #689
    RobE wrote:

    woohoo4me wrote:


    Few weeks ago we made a later than normal tee time, about 10a on a Saturday. Apparently the men's club rules the roost at this particular course and just do what they want.



    We finally got balls in the air at 10:35a and the front 9 took nearly 3 hours. Guess how many times we saw a marshall? If you guessed zero, you win. The back did pick up pace and we finished in just under 5 1/2 hours. That's absurd.




    I've never understood you guys that play on the weekend, during peak volume hours, and then complain about pace of play. image/stop.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':stop:' /> image/swoon.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':swoon:' />




    So if it took 6.5 hours there would be no room to complain? During peak hours I expect the POP to deteriorate but not to that extent. Usually, in my experience, it comes down to poor course management by the management. 5.5 hours and I am complaining unless it is an outing that I am expecting it.
  • thug the bunnythug the bunny Members Posts: 6,140 ✭✭
    Sean2 wrote:

    FlaBoy239 wrote:

    DaveLeeNC wrote:

    FourTops wrote:


    On #4 you look for your phone and it's not in the cart.




    And you need your phone while playing golf because.............




    Is it conceivable that you cannot think of a reason why someone would have their phone with them while playing? You really don't understand that ???



    dave


    Just because you're playing golf doesnt mean the outside world doesn't exist. I set my fantasy lineups, text buddies, text the wife, check scores, stream music, browse Instagram...... theres a lit of time to kill during a round.




    Dang! That is way too much work! lol




    I know, right? When I play golf, I just....play golf. Any time between shots is spent chatting with my buds, mainly trying to needle them and get into their heads, or looking for birds and other critters. No cell phone ****.
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    When you get paired with smoker...
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