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What a tense finish it was last night, a 3 way play off between, campbell,cabera and perry( who was 2 shots up at 16th)!!!

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Live and let live, and all that ...

But, is there anyone else out there who ...

Really

Really

REALLY

hates golf!

(and Formula 1)

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its a thinking mans game.

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No, it's a fat man's game


Ratty - I'm with you on the golf, as a spectator sport I can't fathom the attraction. I do like F1 though.

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I'm not a massive fan all year round but for some reason I always find the Masters a special tournament to watch, much more so than the Open

was a quality final day, especially with the Tiger charge down the first 12 holes, shame he hadn't been a little closer to the lead after day 3

Perry's gotta be really hurting right now as he had it all but won. He's choked away majors before on the final couple of holes.

As usual though at the Masters, the British players failed to live up to the hype. They're always really bigged up just before Augusta, Paul Casey in particular but didn't finish anywhere

Casey, Donald, Poulter, Rose etc all have such massive talent but not the mental strength to win a major imo



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i have to say in the past i haven't really been interested in golf, but i did get into the last Ryder cup so will watch it a bit more now than i used too, there is plenty of it to watch on sky sports as well.



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The Masters is my favorite.  Its like the Wimbledon of Golf.  So much history and drama involved.  Both are great for TV and their respective sports.  Although, I don't know how exciting the Masters will be without Tiger.
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tcook23 wrote:

The Masters is my favorite.  Its like the Wimbledon of Golf.  So much history and drama involved.  Both are great for TV and their respective sports.  Although, I don't know how exciting the Masters will be without Tiger.



Well, I guess noone will be winning by 12 shots  smile

 I have enjoyed days at the British Open golf, but from experience would always watch the last day on TV so that I can watch and keep a grasp of everything that's going on.



-- Edited by indiana on Monday 22nd of February 2010 11:02:35 PM

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bringing this back as the Masters starts this thursday. Only golf event I love, better than the Open and all the others - Wimbledon of its sport

But...

take a look at this - the most amazing golf shot ever? And totally intended!!?

mobile.twitter.com/TheMasters/status/1326232433373704194

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bringing this back as the Masters starts this thursday. Only golf event I love, better than the Open and all the others - Wimbledon of its sport

But...

take a look at this - the most amazing golf shot ever? And totally intended!!?

mobile.twitter.com/TheMasters/status/1326232433373704194


I was chatting with Ken Skupski online about that one last night. He tells me that the "skip it across the lake" shot is one they all try every year.



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Bob in Spain wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

bringing this back as the Masters starts this thursday. Only golf event I love, better than the Open and all the others - Wimbledon of its sport

But...

take a look at this - the most amazing golf shot ever? And totally intended!!?

mobile.twitter.com/TheMasters/status/1326232433373704194


I was chatting with Ken Skupski online about that one last night. He tells me that the "skip it across the lake" shot is one they all try every year.


 Yeah I read that; A big dose of luck no doubt but what a shot!



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