Who would own such a putter??
Stay tuned. We’ll tell you on Saturday.
By Shane Ryan
“If I were being glib, I could describe a round of golf as two minutes of exertion sprinkled among five hours of waiting. Is four more minutes really that big a deal? And hey, why didn’t everyone get this mad at Jordan Spieth when he took a half hour to hit a shot at the British Open last year?”
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To answer Mr. Ryan’s rhetorical question, YES, four minutes is really that big a deal. You don’t think so, Shane? The next time you tee it up, I hope you have to play 18 holes behind some selfish knucklehead who takes four minutes for EVERY shot. Then let’s see what you say. As for Spieth, I got this mad at Spieth when he took a half hour to hit a shot at the British Open last year. In fact, I got madder. How about you? Good grief… – The Head Fanatic
One of the slowest players on tour has JB’s back. Well, isn’t that reassuring…
Click HERE for the video of Justin Thomas making a fool of himself.
S-L-O-W players are incredibly selfish and totally clueless about the impact they are having on their fellow players, the fans and the game in general. – The Head Fanatic
This is the first in a series of quizzes throughout the year to determine how much you love this crazy game. As Jerry Kelley once said, “Golf’s a crazy game, but I’m a crazy person.” How crazy are you?
Enjoy the competition and spread the word by posting your results to Facebook, Twitter, Google + or VK!
And the Jerk of the Year Award goes to…
JB Holmes’ lengthy delay on the final hole drew plenty of criticism from fellow pros on social media.
“I was still trying to win,” countered Holmes.
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With an outside chance to win, JB Holmes stood over his second shot for an eternity on the final hole of the Farmers Insurance Open and then laid up!
All the while, leader Alex Noren, only needing a birdie on the hole to seal the victory, had to stand there and endure this selfish behavior.
While the world waited, and the fans booed, JB JHolmes stood there with his finger up his nose, unaffected. He couldn’t have cared less. Don’t believe me? Here’s a quote from him…
“A lot of old habits kick in when you’re under pressure,” Holmes said. “You’re playing for $1 million. If somebody thinks I’m slow, or taking long, I don’t care. Personally, I don’t want to take that long. I’m working on that. I would rather be slow and win than rush something, hit a bad shot and not win.” – JB Holmes, GOLF.com, June 3, 2008
That’s right, TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHT. Nearly TEN years ago.
So, JB, how long do you plan on “working on” your slow play?
He has no interest in speeding up. What a jerk. – The Head Fanatic