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Darth Biscuit

Golfers: Don't try this at home

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If that were me, the guy wouldn't have a thing to worry about. If he were standing to the right, then he should be worried.

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lol...that's messed up man!!! I'd have hit him in the nuts with the ball and in the chin with the club!!!

damn I miss golfing!!!

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It's about this time of year where I get the itch to go play.

I play about 4 rounds, and then it's the itch to be on the boat, and I don't see the clubs again for 11 months.

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I flopped one over a thin trap from about that distance 2 weeks ago to within 2 feet (possibly 1st successful flop ever) and managed to 3 putt.

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I flopped one over a thin trap from about that distance 2 weeks ago to within 2 feet (possibly 1st successful flop ever) and managed to 3 putt.

From 2 feet? Sounds like you putt about as good as me... :(

If I could putt, I could shoot par.

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From 2 feet? Sounds like you putt about as good as me... :(

If I could putt, I could shoot par.

Ha yea, I treated it as a tap-in and overputted by 4 ft or so.

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Phil is a master with a wedge in his hand. I think the new Groove Rule has effected his game adversely recently.

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The flop shot is the part of my game that is totally absent, I need to blow the dust off my 60 and work on it.

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I played in California once on a course that was on the side of a mountian. This really threw your perspective off and a putt that looked like it would break slightly left would break slightly right. It was the single worst putting experience of my life.

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