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  1. Bryson's average yard/drive increased 20.5 yards from 2019 to 2020. When Brett Quigley increased 22.1 yards from 2000 to 2001, he totally changed the game. It was all anyone could talk about, and golf courses had to be Quigley-proofed.
  2. Can we please drop the whole physics genius thing? I was an engineering and physics lab director for decades. Bryson doesn't have the credentials to even intern in my organization. He's a college drop-out for crissakes.
  3. Faldo only has 6 majors and was one of the most accurate players in the game. He obviously has no idea what he's talking about.
  4. Apparently you weren't around in 1991 when John Daly did it the first time. Game didn't change. It took Tiger to do that.
  5. He's been branding himself for years -- golfing scientist who reinvents the game. First, it was the swing. Then it was the clubs. Next was the putting style. Now, it's the driving and muscle building. Even the cap is chosen to make him distinctive. He's a walking brand manager. Too bad he's a douche.
  6. When he crushes the field at Augusta, call me. Otherwise, he's just a mid-summer novelty act.
  7. Sure, but the more of that kind of thing you do, the farther you get away from the whole single length concept. Doesn't matter. Faldo and Baker-Finch blame BDC's poor wedge play on his shafts. Whatever.
  8. Bryson's drives were certainly impressive, but he won because he made putts and Wolff didn't.
  9. Taking an inch off an SL wedge totally throws off the balance.
  10. I don't care if they stuck a camera in his underpants. TV pays the bills. You simply cannot berate a cameraman. Get angry at yourself...fine. Throw your clubs in the lake...fine. But, never, never, never abuse the people who make your paycheck possible.
  11. I don't mind Bryson throwing a fit at himself or his caddy for bad play. That's what the game does to us. However, he cannot verbally or physically abuse anyone associated with the Tour, including sponsors, volunteers, cameramen, and anyone else providing support for his paycheck. If he doesn't like it, he can go find another golf tour to play. What he did was a fineable offense, and I hope he already has his ears burning from a call from Tour management.
  12. This kid's going to get a call from Ponte Vedra and reminded who pays the bills.
  13. I gotta get myself one of these things. Sounds great. Regrettably on back order until September.
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