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thomas and zalatoris in a playoff at the pga...got to feel for pereira, in the lead most of saturday and sunday and to lose it on the 72nd hole with a messy double has to be heartbreaking...
They are. Ballina was a bit soggy underfoot. Moreso than Byron, although when we finished up there on the 16th on Saturday, it took about 2 minutes for the green we'd just played on to be half-covered with pools of water, and as we were heading back to the clubhouse, streams of water were cutting across the fairways. I thought we were going to get stuck and not be able to get through one of the shallow drains on the side of the fairways to get back.They're both pretty decent tracks aren't they? Have you played Ocean Shores at all?
Good to hear they've held up ok despite all the rain .
Haha you always birdie the 18th. It's what brings you back. Nice course at Royal Pines. I haven't played there for years. The last time might have been after the Ladies Masters many years back. Again in the rain with flooded bunkers.Sucka!
I played recently at Royal Pines after a year break
Birdied the 18th after hacking it everywhere
I am back baybee
No need to be sad Magrat, hopefully I'm wrong and it can gain some traction, amazing performance.Linn Grant doing an incredible job in this mixed Tournament, should be the story of this weekend, but the LIV thing overshadows all.
She's pretty long, so she was getting very close to some of the par 4s off the tee, still a great achievement, but she had alot of short putts for birdie, and interesting that the next woman in the field was 15 shots behind her, but yeah she has a two-year exemption on the Mens European tour now.nine strokes certainly shows a magic putter, even if she played off the ladies' tees in this format?
good for a weekend's entertainment, i think if they make it too regular then the bureaucrats and bean-counters will start demanding tee adjustments when the women play too well