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  1. great argument in golf (shows what nerds we are), but i don't think you can label the forearm as the place where a "locked" grip/shaft is prohibited ... i mean, we're literally talking about making some individual arbitrary spot on the wrist as the limit of the extension of the putter grip, as it touches the body ... or a length of putter, which could be the other way, but is usually reserved as a restriction on power ...
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    the japanese are just like everyone else, only more so ~ dan carlin ... could be used to stereotype or admire, depending on the situation ...
  3. shows why golf is such a great sport ... purely individual... he monday qualified for kft events, played very well, won a tournament and placed very high in several others, which got him into the world top 100 ... then a high finish at the US Open propels him even higher in the world rankings, giving him special exempt status and a high enough ranking to get into the wgc match play and the masters, all while not being a member of the pga tour ...
  4. yeah, that he was there in the first place says quite a bit ... about gary ...
  5. one of the best tournaments on the schedule ... would enjoy attending this one in person one day ... great course, easy vibes, relaxed atmosphere ...
  6. Nattō is a traditional Japanese food made from soybeans that have been fermented with Bacillus subtilis var. natto. It is often served as a breakfast food. It is served with karashi mustard, soy or tare sauce, and sometimes Japanese bunching onion. no doubt ...
  7. bermuda greens, and my guess is that it will be a heavy punch since they are going to get a lot of play with the Valley being closed ... i've been mia from the past several weekends, but the par 3 needs some love, so my guess is that with the valley closed, they are going to punch heavy to make sure something good/positive happens ... bermuda punches, at this site anyways, are usually 'heavy', or full sized ... ridge is bent and gets the smaller/more narrow tines ... top dress will be at least significant, and they lost the valley a couple of years ago and has to resand ... the greens on the p
  8. doubt there's more than 10 vegetarians in japan ... don't know about the translator ... he's probably gonna suggest it!
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