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What do you think? Dedication, obsession, or ....

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Sun, Sep 20 2009 3:13 PM by donsprintr. 6 replies.
  • donsprintr United States
    1,959 Posts
    Sun, Sep 20 2009 1:46 PM

    I recently saw another players profile where they shot 54 rounds in a row of a particular tourney to the exclusion of anything else ... they did move up a little but not much, not enough in my opinion to have been worth the effort .... so is this dedication, obsession, or something else yet to be defined ... ???

  • edchavez United States
    488 Posts
    Sun, Sep 20 2009 2:21 PM

    Wow! Thats a lot of rounds played in one day!! The most i ever played in one day was 25 rounds in  a day. But most of them were CTTH. I used to do that during the summer, but since i started to work, havent had as much time as i used to.

  • Snaike United States
    3,678 Posts
    Sun, Sep 20 2009 2:31 PM

    heyas Ed... I don't see where donsprinter indicated they were all in one day..  I see that he states "54 in a row" ... could be over the course of a few days/weeks?

    As to the OP, I see it as someone trying to get a better score in an unlimited play tourney.  I know a lot of people tried the USOpen at Bethpage a good number of times in a row.

    Have a nice day.

  • donsprintr United States
    1,959 Posts
    Sun, Sep 20 2009 2:55 PM

    Oh sorry .... 54 in a row ... 3 days i think ... CTTH ... ;-)

  • Snaike United States
    3,678 Posts
    Sun, Sep 20 2009 3:02 PM

    Perhaps they were brand new and that was the only course/game that they were aware of...

    I don't know.. just a guess.

  • edchavez United States
    488 Posts
    Sun, Sep 20 2009 3:04 PM

    I thought so! I knew someone can't do 54 plays in a day! If you do that, you really dont have a life, playing for a day 54 times! 3 days seems O.K.

  • donsprintr United States
    1,959 Posts
    Sun, Sep 20 2009 3:13 PM

    This is a player who is well acquainted with WGT .... but in the interest of discretion i thought it best not to mention names ... i just thought it was an anomaly that merited some discussion ... i hope that helps ...

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