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Sat, May 8 2021 12:36 AM (17 replies)
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  • sirromkcaj
    447 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 4:14 AM

    Could someone please explain to the announcer that the term "Never up, Never in" means that you didn't hit the ball hard enough.....it makes me crazy that when the announcer says it, the put missed long!

  • dhjam1
    429 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 9:51 AM

    To me it means :

    unless a putt is struck hard enough to reach the hole it has no chance of falling into the cup.

     

    So the announcer is just saying you gave it a good try, you just didn't sink it.

  • Robert1893
    6,796 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 10:31 AM

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  • alosso
    20,322 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 2:41 PM

    dhjam1:
    unless a putt is struck hard enough to reach the hole it has no chance of falling into the cup.
    Continental wisdom is, U.S. (or Austrian(?)) scientists concluded that 96.3 % of short putts won't get into the hole!

    Words of Eternal Wisdom!!

  • dhjam1
    429 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 3:40 PM

    Robert1893:

    dhjam1:

    To me it means :

    unless a putt is struck hard enough to reach the hole it has no chance of falling into the cup.

    So the announcer is just saying you gave it a good try, you just didn't sink it.

     

    But the OP is saying the ball was hit hard enough. The missed putt was long and not short. That means the saying doesn't fit the situation. The putt was "up" just not in. 

    The OP has a valid point.  

    I never said anything about the validity of the OP's  point, I was only saying what it meant "to me"

  • Luckystar5
    1,580 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 3:51 PM
    The announcer could simply be saying that never up ( to the task ) never in ?
  • Robert1893
    6,796 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 3:53 PM

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  • Robert1893
    6,796 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 3:54 PM

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  • Luckystar5
    1,580 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 4:26 PM
    But, you will never know now, will you ?
  • dhjam1
    429 Posts
    Thu, May 6 2021 4:26 PM

    Ok guys sorry for putting in my opinion, so let me do exactly what the OP asked for us to do.

     

    Dear Mr. Announcer the OP would like for me to explain to you that term "Never up, Never in" means that you didn't hit the ball hard enough.....So it makes him  crazy  when you say it, when his  putt missed long! Thanks. 

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