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The Challenge Japan Skins

Japan Skins Match  

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  1. 1. Who will win the most skins?

    • Jason Day
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    • Tiger Woods
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    • Hideki Matsuyama
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    • Rory McIlroy
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Anyone watching this event?  These skin formats are probably a fun respite from the day in and day out grind.  Will Hideki thrill the locals and bag all the bucks?  Who ya picking?

https://www.pgatour.com/news/2019/10/21/live-blog-mgm-resorts-the-challenge-japan-skins-featured-tiger-woods-rory-mcilroy-jason-day-hideki-matsuyama.html

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I've closed the poll... want to preserve for history my prowess at picking the winner 🤣.

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I like the skins format but i hate the selection of players. I would much rather watch 4 guys who despise each other and really try to dig under each others nerves. For example anyone on tour from the US vs Patrick Reed. Or a couple fast player who are very vocal about slow play against slow players. Enough of this nice banter among friends, I want to see a complete melt down of Sergio-esk proportions. 

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1 hour ago, shinton0984 said:

I like the skins format but i hate the selection of players. I would much rather watch 4 guys who despise each other and really try to dig under each others nerves. For example anyone on tour from the US vs Patrick Reed. Or a couple fast player who are very vocal about slow play against slow players. Enough of this nice banter among friends, I want to see a complete melt down of Sergio-esk proportions. 

sounds like you want WWE with golf clubs😂

 

 

/I'd pay to see that😏

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On 10/23/2019 at 3:43 PM, perseveringgolfer said:

sounds like you want WWE with golf clubs😂

 

 

/I'd pay to see that😏

I don't think I need to see a fist fight by any means maybe just a little animosity between the players who aren't afraid to verbally abusive towards each other.  More like a Shooter McGavin scenario.

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