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  1. I do like Reed. But GMac and HV3 are my 2 favorites right now.
  2. All time: David Duval, Greg Norman Right now: Harold Varner III, Graeme McDowell
  3. So happy Reed won. All the haters can eat it. LOL What I really find funny is just a few years ago, all the "complaints" were about a lack of personality on tour. All the players wore kakhi pants and solid shirts. They all looked the same, acted the same, and spewed the same lame blah blah blah garbage when interviewed. Now we have a little more personality. All types... golf is better with faces and heels. Golf is better with flashy clothes, fist pumps, trash talk, and players who speak from the heart and not from the cue cards. Maybe I'm not a fan of Bryson because I think he's slow and needs to pick up the pace... but he is different and brings something to the tour. Patrick Reed is who he is. He plays better when the daggers are pointed at him. Is he a cheater? Only he really knows for sure and he will have to answer for his actions eventually. He also takes the penalties he's given and moves along. Is Reed putting 3, 4, 5 different clubs behind his ball any different than Tiger getting 10 guys from the gallery to move a large boulder or Speith intentionally playing behind the grandstands to get free relief towards the hole because he had zero shot at the green? Not in my world. Either the tour fixes the rules and makes this crap stop or these guys keep doing what they are doing and we just live with it. Never forget what Joe Montana said, "If you ain't cheating, you ain't trying."
  4. 2. Anyone with more is a freak. Anyone with less is generally a war hero.
  5. Yeah... 12 feet, 3 feet, and 2 inches... they don't call him Mr. 82 for nothing! To be fair (to be fair, to be fair... any Letterkenny fans?)... I haven't played with him since he got the new putter. I just like busting his balls.
  6. One dot, two dot, red dot, blue dot. I will hit them to the left, I will hit them to the right, I will hit them all day, I will hit them at night, I will hit them long, I will hit them short, I will hit these balls to play my sport, I do enjoy them, yes I do, I do enjoy them, how about you? Will you hit them in the rough, will you hit them in a tree? Will you hit them in the fairway longer than me? I will hit them here, I will hit them there, I will hit these golf balls everywhere... I seem to like them Mr. 82, But will I like them more than you?
  7. No matter what you do off the tee, your short game will save you strokes. Bad tee shot but solid short game can still be par. Great tee shot but bad short game can be double bogey. Ultimately, the 100 yard in game is more important. Sent from my SM-G975U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  8. Strokes Gained, Slighter, and Byron Morgan are all excellent choices.
  9. New haircut.... same ol' GSwag
  10. As I sit here waiting for you to finish... just wanted to say, Nice shot!! Sent from my SM-G975U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  11. Patrick Reed! No F's Given!! Sent from my SM-G975U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  12. My family is from the Lake Wales/Winter Haven area... lots of great golf there. You're also not far from Streamsong Resort if you want an elite experience... it's expensive (very expensive) but it's a destination golf location.
  13. Pretty sure I've seen at least 3 of those dudes on the Post Office wall.
  14. That was better than getting your lemonade dumped on you post round! Still laughing at that!!
  15. Only grips I don't do with air are Golf Pride multi-compound. I find the lower portion blows up. All other grips go on with air without any problems.
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