The Golf thread II

C-south

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Ya I saw them. Just concerned about the quality of the print if I submit a picture of a Power T. I can't believe no one out there is making scorecard holders for P5 schools.
They may not do a Power T since it’s trademarked. They have the rights to some schools I know FSU is one. I have some Tennessee headcovers they did but they use the state picture with a checkerboard design.

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peaygolf

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As soon as I remember who we order ours from, I’ll let you know.......
Ya I saw them. Just concerned about the quality of the print if I submit a picture of a Power T. I can't believe no one out there is making scorecard holders for P5 schools.
Seamus Golf

High quality stuff! They are getting more colleges involved.

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Knox-a-rue

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WATCH: 84-year-old Ole Miss fan drains 94-foot putt to win new car at Rebels basketball game

So this old lady is at an Ole Miss basketball game and she sinks a full court put to win a new car. 94 feet they say. 31 yards. Pretty cool. The hardwood floor is harder than any green, but is also perfectly smooth, straight and level. She got lucky. If she tried 100 more times, I doubt she would hit it again. But...

Question: would this be an easy put for a PGA-er. Long and very hard surface. But also completely smooth and level and therefore a completely straight put. Could these guys consistently hit it? My guess is they would get within a ball width at least a quarter of the time and several of those would get in the hole.

Also the hole is a "pass-through" like croquet, not a typical golf style "drop-down," so the speed at which you hit it doesnt matter. Not as hard of a put as everyone is saying. Not that I could hit it 1 time in a hundred, but for someone good at golf.
 

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