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Wednesday
Dec122012

Reminder: The (Moving?) Dinosaur Debuts At Aus PGA

I had no idea the dinosaurs at Clive Palmer's Coolum Resort move, but it seems from this News 10 footage that the "mechanical monstrosity" makes sounds too.

I think I'm getting a better feel for why the Australian PGA--locked out last weekend by the resort owner--is leaving after this week. Golf Channel has the feed starting at 9:00 ET.

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and you expect the pga of america to parachute into this shitshow? yeah great idea.
12.12.2012 | Unregistered Commenterbeljans brigade
@Beljans Brigade - I's an embarrassment for Australian golf but rest assured it's a one off freak show event. As for the PGA, they will have no choice but to play more tournaments globally
12.12.2012 | Unregistered CommenterIanB
I think it's cool!
12.12.2012 | Unregistered CommenterJesse
will never ever happen.
12.12.2012 | Unregistered Commenterbeljans brigade
@beljans brigade - But it already is - and it's good for the game of golf ! Look what happened with the LPGA - going global is the only thing that saved it. The PGA is OK in the short term, but will increasingly have to globalise - like any other industry
12.12.2012 | Unregistered CommenterIanB
IanB

We agree on a lot more things than we disagree clearly.
12.12.2012 | Unregistered CommenterMike Clayton
talking pga of america not pga tour.
12.12.2012 | Unregistered Commenterbeljans brigade
Greg Norman just withdrew after two holes (going bogey/bogey) with food poisoning. Perhaps he got a look at the dinosaur.
12.12.2012 | Unregistered CommenterOWGR Fan
WHERE ARE THE DINOSAURS I think the broadcasters are on the PGA payroll.
12.12.2012 | Unregistered CommenterMark B
LOL Mark B...I too am watching and can't seem to find a single dinosaur!

Helluva an on-course interview with Allenby there...first he offers up the fact that he figures he was chosen from the group because he's most likely to say something he shouldn't! Then then television guy starts right in on the supposed conflict between him and Ogilvy and actually mentions "fisticuffs"! At which point Darren Clarke jumps in and suggests he's "the referee"!

Truly bizarre...
12.12.2012 | Unregistered CommenterDTF

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