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  1. This interview is rather concerning. The amount of mental over-analysis combined with denial/rationalizations is something that again tells me he's a complete headcase, way beyond helping Barring divine intervention of some sort.
  2. Wrote that about 2 years ago, for many it was "too early, he'll be fine, changes must take hold" Now 2 years of work down the drain, and counting! I suspect he'll keep on pushing in the wrong direction, "there's no going back" all that stuff. He's got nobody to take him aside and have "the talk."
  3. Jordan getting it back? Doubt it. Overall I'd start thinking of securing movie rights, rise-fall-redemption story arc, culminating with dramatization of that farewell T2 at Barracuda 2029 where he misses 3 footer for the playoff. The movie will be played over and over, in a loop, some days on Golf Channel in 2040.
  4. Now one of the possible lingering effects of the infection was described as brain fog. It's scary to think about it.
  5. While I would like to see him back, he's bungling things that he has control of, such as schedule, personnel, and lifestyle choices. It's a big ask to expect him to succeed against stacked tour nowadays while making wrong decisions and wasting time. That's why I am pessimistic, just listen to his press conferences. His mental edge is gone... The wall he hit is enormous and I am not expecting a happy ending at this point.
  6. He's played like half the tournaments that Patrick Reed has over the last few seasons. He switched to retired Tiger schedule at age 24 which was rather slack and arrogant. It's coming back to bit him now, not surprisingly. My prediction is he's going to start a family and use the "Oh look! I am dad now" as an excuse for the last 2 years of remaining eligibility to explain his light schedule. Then he'll lose his card and push on exemptions and some past champion status. But his game will be gone pretty much, truth be told it's gone already.
  7. It has its own niche, I'd say I prefer watching them than the K-F bots but let's face it, they all want to play on the PGA Tour and wish they could get in on the gravy train.
  8. Side note, this just occurred to me reading thru the responses, you know what's really exclusive(j/k), expensive and time consuming? Having kids. If not for kids, finding money and time for golf wouldn't be an issue.
  9. With golf it's the time commitment that makes it exclusive, not just the entry fee. Very difficult for working class parents to be able to devote the kind of time that golfing requires. It basically requires working less hours or hiring more help. Either way it gets expensive rather quickly. Moreover, golf naturally requires you to play it during day hours and not evenings (like cinema for example). Finally it's effort and a physical activity, sometimes people simply do not have the energy to do stuff like that after their exhausting shifts.
  10. Bifurcating the ball would destroy some of the most profitable patents and IPs in golf. I don't think Titleist is just going to let them make PV1 go sideways for either pro's or am's. It's absolutely a nightmare to bifurcate anything for the golf industry. If they restrict, they gotta restrict across the board.
  11. I honestly got tired of being personal persecuted for giving an opinion about anything on this forum. At this point I let others take the punches.
  12. 15 pages, right on point, fun topic on fun forum.... The hate keeps rolling in....
  13. It was a very good win today, probably even more impressive than Valderrama where Kaymer did Kaymer things.
  14. .......... is not going to win another major is pretty much always a good bet odds wise. There are very few guys I'd take the other side. Bryson I would take the other side he's too young and hungry and full of himself. That's not something I'd bet against. Now as for these three.... Day is easy money, Rory (while this makes people really angry for some reason) is a good position to take, he may win but I'd say it's a good position to cash on. DJ seems even more risky but I think the age will start creeping into the equation and taking this bet against hi
  15. rafal

    Danny Lee

    Golf is like having arcing electrodes connected to the neural cortex. Sometimes there's serious current coming thru. Happened to all of us, I think.
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