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bens197

Ho-Sung Choi makes his debut today

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What a great story. Father was a fisherman and Mother was a sea diver. Worked on an RTJ course in Korea and taught himself how to play by stringing together sequence photos from Golf magazines.
 
This guy is fun, he’s having fun and I hope he plays the weekend.

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I think he is great for the game.

He is very courteous (watch him on the first tee acknowledge and bow to 3 sections of the crowd, then respectfully acknowledge their applause), and he has a fun swing that gets results.

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Respectable +1 on day 1. Hope to see him play better tomorrow.


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15 hours ago, bens197 said:

Respectable +1 on day 1. Hope to see him play better tomorrow.


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hoping so too considering I took I flier on him in our fantasy golf league.

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I know some pros questioned whether he should have received an exemption into this event. After yesterday there is no question that it was the right move. Played very respectfully for someone who is in a completely unknown environment. Hope he makes the weekend!

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2 hours ago, jayjay0808 said:

I know some pros questioned whether he should have received an exemption into this event. After yesterday there is no question that it was the right move. Played very respectfully for someone who is in a completely unknown environment. Hope he makes the weekend!

I wonder who these pro's are? They were all at that stage in their career at some point, some professional empathy wouldn't go amiss. 

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I wonder who these pro's are? They were all at that stage in their career at some point, some professional empathy wouldn't go amiss. 



The same cowardly ones who rely upon guys like Koepka to speak out on issues.

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