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    British Open 2014

    Well looks like Rory has got over the stress of leaving his bird at the alter and has a six shot lead going into the last day.

    Surely he can't throw that away?

    But I would like to know if Rickie Fowler is Romulan or Klingon?

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    He has had another bird for a long time now .

    Guess the guy is happy ,, sure is hitting through the ball beautifully

    If your with the right one

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    If my memory serves me right, the day after he 'binned' her, he went on to win the tournament.

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    Rory's newie - Nadia Forde, Irish lass apparently so speaking the same language.















    I'm not sure what the par on that hole is but i'd like to shoot well over

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    Watched Rory finish the final 10 holes today. Wonderful 2 eagle finish on 16 and 18. He is class, when caught by Fowler he stepped into another gear.

    He needs a 3 under par round tomorrow (will be his worst day) to stroll home. I'll be watching the maestro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    But I would like to know if Rickie Fowler is Romulan or Klingon?
    He is a seriously good golfer
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Lick
    Watched Rory finish the final 10 holes today. Wonderful 2 eagle finish on 16 and 18. He is class, when caught by Fowler he stepped into another gear.

    He needs a 3 under par round tomorrow (will be his worst day) to stroll home. I'll be watching the maestro.
    This is The Open...the fat lady sings after hole 72
    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy
    If my memory serves me right, the day after he 'binned' her, he went on to win the tournament.
    he did...I just can't help but wonder if he has jumped from the pan into the fire

    Also...I don't know what commentary feed you guys are getting in Thailand, but I have to put up with that eccentric old snob Peter Allis. FFS the guy is 83, and I never liked him anyway, how old do you have be to be out out to stud?

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    Wow, that's an effective game improvement device right there; no wonder he's doing well. And I'm guessing she doesn't make him look like a dwarf standing next to him.







    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    But I would like to know if Rickie Fowler is Romulan or Klingon?
    Romulan I should think. Flashier dressers, aren't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Lick View Post
    Watched Rory finish the final 10 holes today. Wonderful 2 eagle finish on 16 and 18. He is class, when caught by Fowler he stepped into another gear.

    He needs a 3 under par round tomorrow (will be his worst day) to stroll home. I'll be watching the maestro.
    A decade ago, Rory Mcllroy was a 15 year-old kid with some skill at golf and a dad
    who believed in him wholeheartedly.

    So much so, in fact, that Gerry Mcllroy and three friends put together $700 on an
    audacious bet: young Rory would win the Open Championship before he turned 26.
    The odds? 500-1.

    Mcllroy is now 25. And he stands six shots ahead of the field with 18 holes to play.

    That crazy little bet doesn't seem so crazy now,does it ? The bet would pay
    $ 365,000, if Mcllroy is able to win.

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    ^ Copy / Paste posts are naff.

    Are you really so dull that you need to do that?

    Have a red.

    https://sg.sports.yahoo.com/blogs/go...170932690.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille
    Copy / Paste posts are naff.
    So enlighten us with your view of The Open Cy

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    ^ Copy / Paste posts are naff.

    Are you really so dull that you need to do that?

    Have a red.

    https://sg.sports.yahoo.com/blogs/go...170932690.html
    Fvck off cynical cyrille.

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    Did you think that up all by yourself?

    Well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille
    Well done!
    Thanks, cynical snidey cyrille, came to mind as well !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Bayliss
    Also...I don't know what commentary feed you guys are getting in Thailand, but I have to put up with that eccentric old snob Peter Allis. FFS the guy is 83, and I never liked him anyway, how old do you have be to be out out to stud?
    Steady on Bruce, Allis is a national treasure and grew up as a member of a club not too far from me. Came to my home club and set a course record (61) when he was in his playing prime.

    The guy exudes an air of gentle wit, harbouring a unique manner in describing the great game and characters within. A simply charming man who is the voice of golf and it'll be a sad day when he packs the job in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peaches View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille
    Well done!
    Thanks, cynical snidey cyrille, came to mind as well !
    He's right however. Don't post other peoples' work and try and pass it off as your own. It's called plagiarism and makes you look like a tit.

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    He's right however. Don't post other peoples' work and try and pass it off as your own. It's called plagiarism and makes you look like a tit.

    Peter Allis...The voice of golf. Twill be a sad day when he passes on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    Don't post other peoples' work and try and pass it off as your own.
    Oh dear harry! Where did I try to pass it off as my own ?

    As if I would have all that info without reading it somewhere.

    Sounds like one Pom, sticking up for another Pom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peaches View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    Don't post other peoples' work and try and pass it off as your own.
    Oh dear harry! Where did I try to pass it off as my own ?
    More appropriately, where did you credit the original author for their work?

    Sounds to me like you don't like the fact you were caught red-handed plagiarising.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    where did you credit the original author for their work?
    Calling the kettle black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peaches View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    where did you credit the original author for their work?
    Calling the kettle black.
    Yes, no answer.

    Red-handed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Farang View Post
    Feck me, is this when she was moving her stuff into his house or out of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by peaches View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    where did you credit the original author for their work?
    Calling the kettle black.
    Yes, no answer.

    Red-handed.

    O K arry, let me put my black cape,and white wig on.

    Today, RIP famous person thread, permalink #2399.

    Where did you credit all the primary sources on James Garner
    that you posted ? or were they all from your memory ?

    Fvcking brilliant arry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peaches View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by peaches View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    where did you credit the original author for their work?
    Calling the kettle black.
    Yes, no answer.

    Red-handed.

    O K arry, let me put my black cape,and white wig on.

    Today, RIP famous person thread, permalink #2399.

    Where did you credit all the primary sources on James Garner
    that you posted ? or were they all from your memory ?

    Fvcking brilliant arry.
    Can you not read or something, you idiot?

    Oscar-nominated actor James Garner, who played the older Ryan Gosling in The Notebook, dies at 86
    By CASSIE CARPENTER

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    Oscar-nominated actor James Garner, who played the older Ryan Gosling in The Notebook, dies at 86
    By CASSIE CARPENTER
    Take one of those valiums arry.

    Not permalink #2400 , the one above,# 2399,

    Or is that too hard arry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peaches View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    Oscar-nominated actor James Garner, who played the older Ryan Gosling in The Notebook, dies at 86
    By CASSIE CARPENTER
    Take one of those valiums arry.

    Not permalink #2400 , the one above,# 2399,

    Or is that too hard arry.
    Ah yes, that photo is from my private collection of snaps.


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