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    Re: European VS PGA tour

    ET for me, I like to watch the warts in all, not just putting highlights.

    I think I can relate more to the ET also

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    Re: European VS PGA tour

    ET fir me aswell as said bar the majors. Think its more the fact theres more chance of me playing in wind and rain than sunshine. Take yesterday at dundonald thats a normal day for me lol
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    Re: European VS PGA tour

    Right when will everyone learn that you cannot declare a ball lost?
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    Re: European VS PGA tour

    Quote Originally Posted by Hosel Fade View Post
    Right when will everyone learn that you cannot declare a ball lost?

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    Re: European VS PGA tour

    Quote Originally Posted by Fish View Post
    ET for me, I like to watch the warts in all, not just putting highlights.

    I think I can relate more to the ET also
    ET tends to show more players in trouble and how they deal with it. As for the Dundonald links (in other post) not being a good test, it certainly stood firm and in the wind and rain a lot of players struggled. Felt sorry for Shinkwin and you had think anywhere on the green with that chip was good enough and he'd have two putted

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    Re: European VS PGA tour

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    ET tends to show more players in trouble and how they deal with it. As for the Dundonald links (in other post) not being a good test, it certainly stood firm and in the wind and rain a lot of players struggled. Felt sorry for Shinkwin and you had think anywhere on the green with that chip was good enough and he'd have two putted
    Dundonald stood up to the test well this week, I'm surprised that the scoring wasn't better but to be fair the wind played a part every day. It's an honest fair test of golf.

    Shinkwin blew it with his own poor course management. Why oh why he took on the 18th in two I will never fathom. Lay up to 100 yards or his favourite number. Take the burn and the awkward distance right out of the equation. Him and his caddie should both be mortified at that outcome, especially the caddie who I understand is very experienced.
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    Re: European VS PGA tour

    Much prefer the European Tour

    Can relate to it more and I feel there's much more variety of courses & conditions (timings mean its easier to watch as well)

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    Re: European VS PGA tour

    The variety of the ET is much better. You get to play practically all over the world! If i had a choice i would play the ET as opposed to the US one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yant View Post
    The variety of the ET is much better. You get to play practically all over the world! If i had a choice i would play the ET as opposed to the US one.
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