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  1. 34 minutes ago, Justsomeguy said:

    Trainer is gonna go home and give his wife the second place business like she's never had before. Hopefully it's a good confidence booster for next time he gets close.

    Hopefully he doesn't get the same kind of response Lucas Glover got from his wife for not winning. 🙂 

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  2. Mac O'Grady, Don Pooley, Bobby Watkins.

     

    3 players in the group I was the standard bearer for at the 1989 US Open.

     

    O'Grady & Pooley were great.  Watkins not so much.  Mac & Don made a point of introducing themselves to me & the walking scorer on the first tee.  Watkins never said a word to us.  I guess he was too important to do that.

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  3. 32 minutes ago, Billfitz said:

    My exercise is walking 9 holes four or five days a week in season, and the equivalent of that around town during winter. Screw Mark Twain. 😉

    I'm like you.  I'm walking 9 holes & doing it with 5 clubs...

     

    Driver, hybrid, 9i, LW, putter

     

    Mark Twain:  Great writer, lousy golfer 

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  4. 21 minutes ago, jobin said:

    the commentators much superior to USA blabbers

    This I agree with.  US golf announcers seem frightened of silence.  They feel compelled to fill the air with words as much as possible.

     

    Euro announcers come across as relaxed and without a sense of urgency to rush in with comments even when nothing needs to be said.

  5. 1 hour ago, MtlJeff said:

    Squid Ravioli in a lemongrass broth, Swordfish meatloaf, grilled free range rabbit with herbed french fries. Peanut butter soup with Smoked duck.

     

    I play very early so like to keep my pre round meals fairly easy

    Rabbit

     

    "I told you I don't eat rodents"

     

    ..Woody Allen's character to his cook in one of his movies

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  6. Time travel to the 1975 Ryder Cup & leisurely stroll the grounds with the small gallery. 

     

    I was there in 1975 & walked along side Tom Weiskopf as he watched other players play their matches.  He seemed like a giant to me 🙂 

     

     

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