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Do they go out of their way to show some golfers (and not show others)? I may have missed them showing Tommy 2 Gloves Gainey and only heard them mention him once late ,but they show Jim Furyk (who had the same score as 2gloves) missing putts left & right . The same with this Huh guy ....missing putts everywhere. I guess they (CBS) were hoping one of them would overtake Gainey for sole 3rd place money. I wish Jim Nance and Brandel Chamblis'(golf channel) would both just go away...freekin golf snobs.
I do think, CBS with McCord, Feherety and company does a better job than NBC with Johnny Miller.
Johnny Miller brings my mute button into play every time.
For me, it's not so much Johnny Miller but all of the other douches slobbing his nob the whole time. Fucking Dottie Pepper.
Golf, as a spectator sport is not very good.
For me, it's not so much Johnny Miller but all of the other douches slobbing his nob the whole time. fricking Dottie Pepper.
probably so. he's mormon and that's what they're supposed to say, which is why he likes not so fat anymore phil.
If they don't tell Johnny how good he was, he will tell it and repeat it. And how he was the first one to do this or that.I do think one of his most remarkable feats was when he won at Pebble Beach late in his career and had the yips. He stabbed and jabbed putts for the entire tournament and managed to quiver enough putts in the hole to win. As someone that has also battled the yips (still do), I really was impressed with that. This probably kept him from playing the Senior tour, but I think he said that it was so he could spend more time with his family.
What do you think you got the yips from?
Age. It happens to most at some point. You can still be a great ball striker well into your 40s and 50s but it's much harder to maintain that high level short game.
Fear of missing. When I was playing, I was a very good putter. Usually the yips do not happen to bad putters.On the Dottie Pepper subject, I have always felt the same, but have seen her a number of times at the PGA show in Orlando and kind of has a flat ass. I still would hit it though.
She doesn't have flat funbags. Glad to know you haven't lost all sanity. But back to the yips. I don't play enough any more to have them. I used to be a good putter but so rarely play now that I don't fear missing. I embrace it.
I think Dottie would tell you how to do it and when, not that I would mind. She also might cuss the aMm out of you if you didn't do a satisfactory job. I would rather discuss this, than talk about the yips.
Dottie has been married, but of course that doesn't mean she didn't switch teams. I don't think so, but you never know.
Go Tiger. Git er Dunnnnnnnnnnnn!
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