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  1. > @BUCKEYERBALL88 said: > Can I walk dove mountain? Yes walking is allowed. The thing is that they give at most a 5 dollar discount for walking as opposed to cart riding. Actually that is for the "shark experience" cart fee that they stopped charging anyway at the beginning of summer. The last two years I have walked the 18 holes that the pros used for match play during April and May but after that it was just too hot and the distance and elevation changes were too exhausting for me and was affecting my scores. If you are a young trooper maybe the Wild burro 9 would be walkable as we
  2. > @grm24 said: > > @jobin said: > > The first of 3 Schwab Cup events, in Virginia, brought victory to Miguel Angel Jimenez. **So he is front runner for the big bag of $$$, if he can keep it up.** > > > The playoff win only moved MAJ to 10th in the Schwab Cup spoints tandings. Starting last season they now combine the regular season points with Schwab Cup playoff double points to determine the winner. > > https://www.pgatour.com/champions/stats/stat.193.html > > https://thegolfnewsnet.com/golfnewsnetteam/2019/10/17/how-charles-schwab-cup-playoffs-
  3. > @hollabachgt said: > > @httr said: > > Asheville Country Club is a very nice Donald Ross if you can get a member to get you on. It is a McConnell golf property. > > It was a very nice Donald Ross course, but Mandell's renovation killed virtually all of the wonderful features of the course. Thanks for that heads up on post renovation. I had hoped that was not the case but suspected something was wrong when my few efforts to find reviews or feedback turned up nothing either good or bad. In this case it seems that no news is not good news.
  4. > @1puttTUT said: > Heading down to Asheville Wednesday and staying through the following Tuesday. Any courses I should try to play or avoid? Not sure about your budget or recent conditions but since no one else responded I will suggest a few. Broadmoor and Etowah Valley. If you don't have connections to get on any of the Donald Ross privates ( Biltmore Country Club , Asheville Country Club) and if you don't want to pay Grove Park prices just play Asheville Muni or drive to Waynesville Country Club for a Donald Ross experience. Let us know how it goes.
  5. > @agolf1 said: > Are SHP, Inbee and SYR playing KLPGA this week? I presume In Gee is, as I think this is one of her sponsors? > > NYC and Paula got a sponsor invite. Not sure how this was decided... If NYC and Paula were the sponsor invites, by what status category did Liligram Munigram Hegram get into the field? Will her winnings count towards official for priority?
  6. > @fredogolfer said: > It was another hot one today. This is what i imagine having a USWO in the souther states was like before the USWO dates were changed. I went much better prepared today or so I thought. I have like 4 pairs of the same shorts I use to workout so I wore that and a t-shirt, hat and sun glasses. Lots of sunscreen. I had the players I wanted to follow so I was never going to follow Knight, Sharp, Altomare etc even though they were leading. I decided I would go along with Gaby Lopez, Spilkova and Chien. Chien is one of those players that seems to get in the top 10 of a l
  7. > @18majors said: > > @Enduro59 said: > > > @18majors said: > > > [https://golfweek.com/2019/09/01/want-to-play-on-the-lpga-get-comfortable-asking-for-money/?utm_source=smg&utm_medium=wasabi&utm_content=home-hero](https://golfweek.com/2019/09/01/want-to-play-on-the-lpga-get-comfortable-asking-for-money/?utm_source=smg&utm_medium=wasabi&utm_content=home-hero "https://golfweek.com/2019/09/01/want-to-play-on-the-lpga-get-comfortable-asking-for-money/?utm_source=smg&utm_medium=wasabi&utm_content=home-hero") > > > Want to play on the L
  8. > @Stooch said: > > @18majors said: > > > @Stooch said: > > > > @Mellow said: > > > > > @agolf1 said: > > > > > I'm not sure who to cheer for, it would be great for either. Hannah is still relatively young (2nd full season) and could have more chances / win again in the future. But she's definitely not a mega-hyped player and grabbing two wins in a season with 1 being a major is pretty special. Yealimi's situation is a bit unique too with the Monday qualifier and trying to avoid Q-School. One would think she'll have more chan
  9. > @18majors said: > [https://golfweek.com/2019/09/01/want-to-play-on-the-lpga-get-comfortable-asking-for-money/?utm_source=smg&utm_medium=wasabi&utm_content=home-hero](https://golfweek.com/2019/09/01/want-to-play-on-the-lpga-get-comfortable-asking-for-money/?utm_source=smg&utm_medium=wasabi&utm_content=home-hero "https://golfweek.com/2019/09/01/want-to-play-on-the-lpga-get-comfortable-asking-for-money/?utm_source=smg&utm_medium=wasabi&utm_content=home-hero") > Want to play on the LPGA? Get comfortable asking for money > > Beth Ann Nichols has a pench
  10. > @musclefront said: > > @TerpFangolfer said: > > Not really surprising to see that Muni is falling back...kind of expected it after she made everything yesterday > > She’s done. She can concentrate on instagramming next year > Not so fast my fine feathered friend. (Stole that line from old Batman when he was only on television) I'm wishing and hoping you are right but she has tomorrow and 2 more tournaments to make enough money. This is the LPGA so if Munigram can have 17 putts in 15 holes like she did yesterday she could just as easily/luckily win Texas a
  11. > @Stooch said: > > @Mellow said: > > Ohh they showed In Gee for a little, nice! Maybe I'm unlucky watching, feel like I haven't seen her quite a while. I guess she is sticking with the short hair. > > > > A lot of Youngin, she seems neat. > > > > I'm crushed, Hee Young didn't have a good day 2, agh. Not going to gain any earnings here. Mina Harigae in about the same spot, didn't make it either. Feeling glum. > > > > **Holy heck, Cheyenne crying is heart breaking too.** > > I think Cheyenne is coming to the end, she go
  12. > @agolf1 said: > > @TerpFangolfer said: > > Muni having a nice tourney so far...and getting some TV time (which is nice) :D > A 3rd or T3 would get her pretty close to Top 100. 2nd she would have a real shot at Top 80 with another good finish. Of course, there's still a long way to go this weekend and she will have (potentially) two more cracks at it in Indy/Texas. Simultaneously I will root against her and you can root for her.
  13. Bubba Watson, Tiger and Phil. Other than that my interest in the PGA tour and watching it on television is seriously waning. Everyone is different but my five favorites to watch on TV are all or mostly gone. Henrik Stenson, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Luke Donald, Tim Clark and Nick O'Hern.
  14. > @Socrates said: > > @FourPutt72 said: > > I have had a Sigma 2 Fetch for a couple of months now. Love the head, hate the adjustable length shaft. It is very, very flexible and now has a rattle. Working with my pro shop to get it reshafted with a fixed length shaft at Ping's expense under warranty. I tried several new ones in the pro shop and they were all way too flexible. For now I would not recommend any of the Sigma 2 putters with the adjustable shaft. > > Just seems like the engineers had a really good idea, but didn't field test it to see if it would hold
  15. > @ChillyDipper said: > Put them in the sin bin with the other perps: Equifax (SSN's), Target, Facebook, Capital One, Mitch McConnell. Nothing is safe anymore. Those old ladies doing their banking from a chequebook are probably the only ones who haven't lost their personal information. What's Mitch McConnell's name doing in there??
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