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  1. The Chicago location is not accurate unless the event is in a cemetery.
  2. I will go back to my original comment. Both these guys know they can't afford bad PR and Kuchar was good enough to help bail his fellow player out. There is no victory for Kuchar to argue a winning point. When an enemy is digging himself in a hole, you don't help him out of the hole, you hand him a shovel. But these guys are found more value in burying the hatchet than hardening their position. More points for Kuchar in my book. Hope they can get past it and play well at Augusta.
  3. Yes but to continue the non-sense into the post game interviews.... 'he had options'... is a guy separated from reality. GFY, Sergio. You had options.
  4. I am a Tiger fan but I think this is a tour stop he should not have played in. Given his back problems and that the Masters is right around the corner, he shouldn't have risked playing 30-36 holes a day. Looks like he survived it but had he gone the distance, it would be a risk I would advise against. IMHO.
  5. If there are two players who can't afford any more bad P.R. at thew moment, it's Sergio Garcia (for this temper tantrums in Saudi) and Matt Kuchar (for his supposed stiffing a caddie in Mexico). If you haven't seen what happened, Here's a pretty good recap. In a nut shell, after missing a 7' putt to win the 7th hole, Sergio quickly back handed a short 2-4" putt and missed it to lose the hole. Kuchar attempted to tell the rules official that he had every intention of conceding the short putt but didn't have time before Garcia made his stroke. Garcia argued with Kuchar on the next couple of holes, suggesting Kuchar should concede a hole to 'make things right'. My 0.02¢... I am Kuchar bias here. I always thought he was a nice guy and decent player. The caddie thing was way overblown. He should have given the replacement caddie more but nowhere near the full cut a PGA caddie would get. Sergio is a guy who wears his emotions on his shirt sleeve and there is nothing wrong with that. But more often than not, his wounds are self inflicted. His actions are petty and unprofessional. He's not a rookie anymore. He should be able to control himself better. I think it's hurt his ability to be in the elite of the game consistently. But to ask another professional to concede a hole to make up for your mistake is incredibly unprofessional and childish. I really hope some of the more senior players on the tour pull him aside, outside of the media spotlight and tell him how wrong he was to have put Kuchar in that spot. What's your thoughts?
  6. Patrick, Chicago, 70-80. FB, Twitter & Snap 11.9 - 108mph. Taylormade Driver, fairway wood, M2 Irons, Volkey wedges Standard set.
  7. I considering upgrading my SC200 Swing Caddy to the SC300. Part of that would be selling the 200. I purchased it last year. It works perfectly. Remote, etc is in perfect working order. I still even have the box. It was (Still is) $349.00 new. If anyone is interested, hit me with a PM. Full disclosure: the new one keeps data on an app that the 200 doesn't. I would like that feature because I recently purchased new irons and I want to lock in some distances.
  8. Not entirely sure if this is allowed here (delete the post if now) but I considering upgrading my SC200 Swing Caddy to the SC300. Part of that would be selling the 200. I purchased it last year. It works perfectly. Remote, etc is in perfect working order. I still even have the box. It was (Still is) $349.00 new. If anyone is interested, hit me with a PM. Full disclosure: the new one keeps data on an app that the 200 doesn't. I would like that feature because I recently purchased new irons and I want to lock in some distances.
  9. I was just going to post this video. I don't use the line. I think it creates a crutch that can become too dependent. I have more faith in my ability to see/hit a line from stepping back behind the ball. I use the completely black side of the ball up. Squating over it, I think it's as likely to give you a line a few degrees just off line as on the correct line. And that's enough to miss most mid-range length putts. And of course, a line with any decent amount of break in it, the line changes with the speed of the putt made. You could play less break and more speed and have the ball bang the back of the cup of more break and less speed and have the putt fall in the side door. Bottom line, putting is about feel. Visual aids can distract from that, IMHO.
  10. Patrick/Illinois Odyssey Putters made withing miles of my home that I could never purchase because of the price.
  11. 1. Patrick - Chicago/IL 2. 11 3. 52° Volkey SM6, 60° Volkey SM7 D grind. 4. 50°, 56° & 60°. These look very interesting.
  12. Patrick - Illinois, 11 hdcp ProV1x - Looking for spin of the ProV1x at the non-premium price.
  13. Patrick / Illinois Nike, full suit. Does snow count? If there is no lighting, I'll play.
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