The coverage on NBC is horrible today. So many commercials and that "play-through" feature is bullshit. Tony Finau is in 3rd and I don't think they have shown him at all.
Great pics. I always suck at grabbing good pics out there because I put my phone in my bagI know I’m no where near anything a pro golfer is as far as skill, but holy actual fuck at the rough.
I don’t think I recall it being this thick or tall. They even use a special machine to stand it up and make your ball settle down under the canopy so you have to gouge it out from 3-4 inches of Bermuda rough.
Greens running 12.5 today, the absolute best bunkers I can recall playing out of as well, unfortunately.
Outside of the occasional work finishing up the grandstands and venue fixtures for the Finale, it was a great walk.
Played okay- shot a 90 with 5.... 3 putts. I hammered the driver well on the back nine, and we played it as far back as well could without getting into the PGA tees they had roped off.
Knew it was a good day when I got issued BKs locker. Also, the best locker room attendant as well- shoes came home cleaner than I showed up with.
Had such an amazing trip to bethpage black today. Having been there for the pga championship earlier this year it was so cool to finally play the course. The biggest challenge is the fact that you aren’t going to reach most of the par 4s in 2. I was pretty good at leaving myself angles and hit some nice shots with my 60 degree. I already wanna play again but fuck I’m exhausted
At the tips? Nah they really discourage people from playing them without a tour card. Slows up the rounds even more, too. From the whites they still play like 6800 yards.
Yep makes sense. I mean from the whites it walks the line from being challenging/not fun.Yeah, a few years ago I had some guys from the club say they played while visiting family, and they didn’t NOT keep them from the tips, but pretty much said- “show me your GHIN card, and needs to be low low single”.
Which is great cause holy shit is that a problem with slow play when people play tees too far back for their skill.
Yep makes sense. I mean from the whites it walks the line from being challenging/not fun.
Technically, a 2 stroke cushion over Cantlay. Can an Even-par starter overcome 29 other golfers to win it all? Probably not, but the PGA has eliminated the need for math to find out who wins it all. This year, win at East Lake, and you win the FedEx Cup.Wasn't Justin Thomas on the bubble 3 weeks ago? So after a whole disappointing season he had 2 good weeks and now has a 10 stroke cushion to win with Fedex Cup?