Yep, far more interesting than the majority of the current USPGA courses encouraging a booming drive, wedge and putt every single hole. Accuracy and course management should always be part of a good golfer's skillset. Courses that don't require this almost just end up being a putting competition...
I've got mine but I'm in the South Stand. The email basically says I'll be getting confirmation of when it's sent out soon but the main crux of the email seems to be that the block numbering has changed so might be why others have received nothing yet.
I don't see it that way at all. Looking closer than I expected. Two of Europe's expected winners (Fleetwood and Rose) are getting hammered. We may be up in 5 but they're 3 of them are very close matches.
If anyone ever wanted an example of how ridiculous the press can be...
The actual quote is "Maybe we'll be here in five years, maybe we'll gone in one week"
Which naturally means poch could be sacked...
A few times when Jimmy's been batting I've heard the commentators say that he's no rabbit in the headlights. Really not sure the same could be said for Jennings. Looking so far out of his depth in this series.
Moeen's definitely in as a batsmen. Just hit 219 against Yorkshire. Still harsh on Pope though. Two tests batting higher in the order than he's ever batted at county level and then dropped. Shouldn't have been in in the first place if that's where they were going to play him.
Not sure about the run for the second goal. Kane looked to me like he was about to fume when the Eriksen pass didn't go straight to him only to then start cheering when he saw the ball was in the net. Agree with the rest though. Moura could turn out to be our best attacking signing for some time.
Finally they dig in a little bit. It's a lot easier against the old ball though and I think a lot of our problems are stemming from the two openers. Joe Root should rarely have to play against a ball that's less than ten overs old yet he's doing so every innings near enough.