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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by rosecott View Post
    I can't believe it.
    Sad but true

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    Sad but true
    I'm not one to tell tales, but it was that there chrisd. Did you notice the green sharpie all over his fingers. Turns out he was fuming when you fired it into the green whilst he was still putting out

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by therod View Post
    I'm not one to tell tales, but it was that there chrisd. Did you notice the green sharpie all over his fingers. Turns out he was fuming when you fired it into the green whilst he was still putting out
    No one on the green when I played the shot. Even my PP's thought the group in front had moved on, with no players or bags visible. Blinding shot I played too but was emotionally scarred by the reckless vandalism of my ball and failed to make the putt

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    No one on the green when I played the shot. Even my PP's thought the group in front had moved on, with no players or bags visible. Blinding shot I played too but was emotionally scarred by the reckless vandalism of my ball and failed to make the putt
    The bags were there, you could have killed the old fella !!

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Something we have all done at least once.

    Usually it's that perfect angle where all players and bags are hidden and the green looks little lovely and clear.

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by therod View Post
    The bags were there, you could have killed the old fella !!
    Not one of our group could see any bags and all said I was good to go. I'm not good enough to hit a moving target so the old boy was perfectly safe

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    Not one of our group could see any bags and all said I was good to go. I'm not good enough to hit a moving target so the old boy was perfectly safe
    I've never seen Chris move so quick, it was a good test of his hips!!!
    Was a good shot. Shame about the putt

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by therod View Post
    I've never seen Chris move so quick, it was a good test of his hips!!!
    Was a good shot. Shame about the putt
    I was emotionally scarred by the attack on my ball. A quivering husk of a golfer

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    I was emotionally scarred by the attack on my ball. A quivering husk of a golfer
    You have a point. I'm sure you were on the cusp of single figs then??
    Is Chris to blame for the slight hiccup?

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    Re: Marking a ball before play.

    Quote Originally Posted by therod View Post
    You have a point. I'm sure you were on the cusp of single figs then??
    Is Chris to blame for the slight hiccup?
    Now that is a very interesting point. Now you've brought it up it could be the source of all my problems. He's scarred me mentally and ruined my game. Where's there's blame........

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