You see a distracted guy about to step onto the street with a bus speeding towards him. What do you do to warn him that he’s about to get hit? You probably don’t yell out a word that’s meaning goes all the way back to 1800’s Britain like “fore.” There has to be a better way to grab someone’s attention! I think it’s time that golfers revamp the way we warn others of oncoming balls. Here are some things that I can guarantee will turn heads when you yell them on the golf course (whether as a warning of impending danger or just for for fun).
The only week in the golfing calendar where the game becomes all about the collective rather than the individual, at least at the highest level, is finally upon us, and what a week it should be in Wisconsin. The Ryder Cup is back on US soil having last been hosted in the Parisian suburbs of France. On that occasion, the Europeans recorded a resounding victory, one that really hammered home their recent dominance in this event, and one that really hurt the Americans, who will be itching to get revenge at Whistling Straits this week.
It has been a long three years since we witnessed joyous European scenes on the 18th green of Le Golf National after Europe had wrestled back the Ryder Cup from America following a convincing 17.5 - 10.5 victory.
Last week we assumed the NFL gave its red-haired stepchild, also known as Thursday Night Football, the worst game on the slate, and we got a thriller from Daniel Jones and Tyler Heinicke. This week we get Darnold and Mills. We can hope.
ith week two complete, our dataset doubled. It is still not sufficient to make wagering predictions. Some of the rankings below are the sole product of the first two weeks of the seasons. Other metrics include simulations based on the model’s prior predictions. I will identify in each section what the dataset contains.
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