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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Thin, high rough can work; it's the thick stuff that injures body and soul. I find that if you mouse the first cut of rough, it tends to stand up and essentially tee the ball up. Of course, your super's budget goes way up in the process.
06/20/09 @ 20:35
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
If it's Bermuda, there is no need for mousse. That stuff stands straight up regardless.
06/22/09 @ 08:14
Comment from: Lucas Glover [Visitor] Email
As the weekend went on, the amazing storylines grew. Lucas Glover, the unknown player from Greenville, South Carolina, a former All-American at Clemson who is known for being a very well-read southern gentleman, comes out of nowhere and wins the U.S. Open. Lucas Glover toiled in obscurity in professional golf over the last few years, though he registered numerous top 10 finishes and won a few majors. But this year's 2009 U.S. Open Scoreboard featured him 2 strokes above bigger names, such as Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods (who finished at a paltry par) winning Lucas some fast cash prize money at Bethpage Black. (Luke…I am your driver!) Golf has picked up popularity over the last few years, and more ardent followers treat the U.S. Open religiously. At any rate, Lucas Glover has his moment in the sun and no need for a cash advance for some time.
06/26/09 @ 01:37
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