I couldnt see them either this morning. Seemed like the camera dudes had no idea where the balls were hahais it just me, or is anyone else having a tough time following the golf ball on the tv coverage. guys hit shots and then i very rarely see where they end up.
it's ok maryc, i wouldn't think that you would want to replace your 200's anyway.....heheYea, same issue with following the ball. When your used to following a football, basketball, or even a baseball those tiny white things that get hit into long grass are just tough to keep track of
OH and I am now officially BANGING MY HEAD ON THE DESK for my picks and for cursing my other faves cause I "followed" them this morning in the Open iphone app (double bogeys ALL over the place).
Yea but only if your broadband internet is one of the ESPN affiliated broadband provider (which if you are in the greater NYC area and on Cablevision/Optim, isn't). When you click on the "not listed" option, it tells you to call your provider and ask to be allowed to view ESPN3 or to switch your provider.
OH definitely NOT but sometimes its good to scare your clubs with rivals. It's way I sometimes stick my old Carbite HZ putter in my bag right next to my Rife after a bad putting round. The Rife "sees" the rival and BANG, putts start sinking.it's ok maryc, i wouldn't think that you would want to replace your 200's anyway.....hehe