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    Re: US Open

    Quote Originally Posted by dewsweeper View Post
    And your point is ?
    Barely halfway through the 1 st day and you are on a. mission, you are right ,the USGA are wrong.
    Be patient, who knows the wind may fade ,it may rain !
    I am not the only one on here whose opinion differs to yours ,it is a forum it is what we do.
    Dress it up however you like but in my opinion the featured group played some poor golf and as said earlier it makes a change to see a tough exam paper .
    IMO off course.
    There was no point calm yourself down dear

    It’s quite clear when looking beyond just the featured group that many people have struggled today with the course , average score today after the storms they had is about 5 over , the wind is getting up and the course is drying out , the weather forecast is for sun and wind , only going to make it harder over the coming days.

    When you watch Marshall’s struggle to walk through the second cut because it’s that tall and thick and you see some of the strongest players struggle to get it out of first cut more than 10 yards then something doesn’t seem right

    If you enjoy it then crack on -I would just like to see it a touch more fairer especially the rough, but I just gave an opinion that was also shared by others - no one said we were right it was just an opinion

    And the USGA have a history of wanting high scores but getting it wrong and going too penal
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    Quote Originally Posted by casuk View Post
    I'm still new to this game but I just can't get over how high the scores are I just a bit of wind I can't get over how these player who regularly hit -9, first day in perfect conditions and are +5/10 today

    You must be trolling surely

    Course looks so tough from TV, loads of tee shots you are hitting into blind fairways from awkward angles, miss it by a bit and you in deep thick fescue that you can’t even see your ball in. Then hitting onto greens that are faster than anything you ever played before and holes on slopes then endless false parts of greens that ball just run off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dasit View Post
    You must be trolling surely

    This seems the "go to" reply when someone questions anything or disagrees with the majority on here, come on, be original and not a sheep.

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    I have played once on a links course in girvin on a wet and windy day and used the wind to take my ball rather than fight it and done ok, iv never played in the us Iv only played in Scotland and I can adapt to the conditions that I play not that I'm good but I know if the greens are fast play them slower if the wind is coming from the left hit right common sense type of stuff, if I can do that after a year of playing how can tour pros not with x amount of years on tour with maps of greens a second set of eyes all the advice available ect ect
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    Quote Originally Posted by casuk View Post
    I have played once on a links course in girvin on a wet and windy day and used the wind to take my ball rather than fight it and done ok, iv never played in the us Iv only played in Scotland and I can adapt to the conditions that I play not that I'm good but I know if the greens are fast play them slower if the wind is coming from the left hit right common sense type of stuff, if I can do that after a year of playing how can tour pros not with x amount of years on tour with maps of greens a second set of eyes all the advice available ect ect

    Careful now or I'll start to accuse you of trolling.

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    Re: US Open

    Quote Originally Posted by casuk View Post
    I have played once on a links course in girvin on a wet and windy day and used the wind to take my ball rather than fight it and done ok, iv never played in the us Iv only played in Scotland and I can adapt to the conditions that I play not that I'm good but I know if the greens are fast play them slower if the wind is coming from the left hit right common sense type of stuff, if I can do that after a year of playing how can tour pros not with x amount of years on tour with maps of greens a second set of eyes all the advice available ect ect
    What point are you trying to make?

    The poayers arent playing bad on purpose, the scores are clearly bad so it must be pretty tough?

    Not like we got a bad bunch of players this era

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    This is what the US Open should be. A real test of golf. I'm loving it.
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    Blimey - all this before 'he who shall not be named' has tee'd off too......🤫😉😂

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    Re: US Open

    Quote Originally Posted by casuk View Post
    I have played once on a links course in girvin on a wet and windy day and used the wind to take my ball rather than fight it and done ok, iv never played in the us Iv only played in Scotland and I can adapt to the conditions that I play not that I'm good but I know if the greens are fast play them slower if the wind is coming from the left hit right common sense type of stuff, if I can do that after a year of playing how can tour pros not with x amount of years on tour with maps of greens a second set of eyes all the advice available ect ect
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dasit View Post
    You must be trolling surely

    Course looks so tough from TV, loads of tee shots you are hitting into blind fairways from awkward angles, miss it by a bit and you in deep thick fescue that you can’t even see your ball in. Then hitting onto greens that are faster than anything you ever played before and holes on slopes then endless false parts of greens that ball just run off
    If you read his previous posts he clearly states “he’s new to Golf”, so he’ll only see what his limited experience of playing & watching Golf is offering him, which as he states, is only the wind.

    People are too quick at times to throw out the “trolling card”.

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