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Comment from: wendyuk [Visitor] Email
Just because your round was washed out, no need to take it out on us - glorious sunshine all w/e btw:)

How about Steve Pate 1991 Ryder Cup -Europe would have retained it using your reasoning.

How about 1 reserve per team?
09/27/09 @ 12:12
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
1 Reserve per team...completely escaped me...each side for the Walker Cup had a fellow on site, just in case one of theirs went down. Stupid professionals!!!

Nope, I considered it stupid then, along with the whole "War By The Shore" thingy. USA deserved a bad break (although Pate did not), given our attitudes toward the world.
09/27/09 @ 15:07
Comment from: wendyuk [Visitor] Email
Nope, can't say I agree with you on this one. I think a half is a sportsmanlike decision. The disadvantage of course is still to the injured player's team, as the opposition can choose their weakest player for an unlikely half point, so there is a kind of penalty.

The only reason I like a reserve is so that the paying public get their full quota of matches.



09/30/09 @ 16:06
Comment from: anthony wall [Visitor] Email
your a c*** mate ,four trapped nerves.unbeatable in matchplay show some respect for your country men
05/28/10 @ 11:50

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