Iss. #50 | It's Birdie, Bad Birdie
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The John Deere Classic
HEY, WHERE'D EVERYBODY GO?
The Tour arrives in Silvis f*$%#n' Illinois this week for the John Deere Classic.
Though someone forgot to tell most of the Tour because the official field is pretty damn weak. Apparently, most of the top tier players decided to go to The Scottish Open instead.
PGA Tour Superlatives
MOST LIKELY TO... SPEND 13/18 HOLES RECOUNTING HIS GLORY DAYS SPENT ON THE HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM
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Elsewhere on Golf Reddit
KROOKSY, GOT ANY SWING TIPS?
The Open: Fun Facts
IT'S BIRDIE, BAD BIRDIE
Found a great piece by Golf Digest—breaking down how Royal St. George's was a favorite haunt of James Bond author, Ian Fleming.
So much so, the guy wrote 50 pages... (hey, that's the number of this issue!) in his 1959 classic Goldfinger, detailing a fake round between James Bond and Goldfinger at "Royal St. Marks" aka Royal St. George's.
Maybe it's just the Bond nerd in me, but that's definitely not something you'll be getting on the broadcast next weekend. I guarantee that.
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