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  1. The shot into the 18th at Leopard Creek is not as "easy" as it looks with water surrounding the green. Over the years there has been several big numbers on that hole. I doubt any of us understands the pressure a pro is feeling. It is like saying the 12th at Augusta is an easy hole because it is only a short iron. What's so hard about that?!
  2. Anyone know what has happened to Andrea Pavan? Pavan's scoring has been horrible this year after finishing in the world top 100 for the previous 2 years.
  3. Annika Sorenstam. A somewhat forgotten great. Fact: Played 53 majors. Wins = 10. Top 10 finishes = 31. Top 25 finishes = 45.
  4. I think Meronk is 6'5" as well. His name has been near the top of ET leaderboards in a few events.
  5. Great explanation. In conjunction with the slow greens as the OP mentioned would mean a wristy pop is required to get the ball rolling.
  6. https://www.golfmagic.com/equipment-news/tiger-woods-golf-equipment-tiger-has-played-ever-1995 1995 - TIGER'S BAG AS AN AMATEUR DRIVER: Titleist (at various times, he also played Callaway, Cobra and TaylorMade) FAIRWAY WOOD: Titleist IRONS: Mizuno MP-29 (2-4) and Mizuno MP-14 (5-PW) WEDGES: Cleveland 588 RTG SW and LW PUTTER: PING Anser 2, and at times Odyssey BALL: Titleist Professional 90
  7. The 1st half of these trailer is so cool and summed up Seve. "Touch of class baby" from Trevino just sums up Seve.
  8. 40 years ago, Ballesteros became the 1st European to win the Masters.
  9. Roberto De Vicenzo at the Masters in 1968. An unfortunate scenario.
  10. Any doubters here, just look at his ball speed here. Easy power.
  11. I reckon Nienaber and Champ are way ahead of the field in terms of easy distance.
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