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Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
BTuck, I share your dilemma of the occasional hard left. Unless there's water to the right, that's the side of the course I favor. It was Lee Trevino that said "you can talk to a slice, but a hook won't listen."

I am some kind of psyched to get to Kohler in less than 2 weeks. All of my boys are getting antsy now too, calling me to check on last minute details. Nice info on the Irish. Great pic too!
06/05/07 @ 16:06
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I want to know what Friar Tuck did on #17 at Irish, with all that water down the left side. Remember that the 18th at Irish may be the world's most unplayable finishing hole...no place to lay up, no place to "go for it." 16 good holes at Irish, then two "overflow" ones.
06/05/07 @ 21:05
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Ron Mon,

Went right rough and bogeyed the 17th on Irish. As far as your comments on the 18th, I did find the second shot pretty tough (hit it too short and right), although I think repeat players benefit mightily on this hole.
06/05/07 @ 22:38
Comment from: ronmon [Visitor] Email
word.
06/06/07 @ 11:01

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