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Tuesday
Jan092018

Isao & Vin, Valley Club, A Rogue Push Cart And More In Golf Instagram, 1-9-18

A fantastic PGA Tour mini-rebroadcast of Isao Aoki’s Sony Open hole out, with Vin Scully behind the microphone.


Our thoughts are with the people of Montecito after fires and now terrible mudflows took so many lives. The most recent shot I could find from November featuring The Valley Club of Montecito's beautiful 11th hole, and is believed to be damaged following the rains.

Glad he wore a track suit for golf! There is no way you only watch this once:

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Aw, anyone who's used an electric trolley knows what it's like to have to chase one down. My wife, when she had her first one almost 25 years ago, had to borrow a cart to go fetch hers.

Here in the US they're not so common, but in the UK, they are as common as buggies at our resort courses.

K
01.9.2018 | Unregistered Commenterkenoneputt
At least the cart/trolley did not end up in a pond. Not a good thing.

Don’t ask how I know...
01.10.2018 | Unregistered CommenterLateral Hazard

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