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stlouie_lipp wrote:Jack's grandson makes an ace and brings grandpa to tears.
amazing

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stlouie_lipp wrote:
lukethedrifter wrote:Dislocated ankle doesn’t sound like a 1 day rehab.
He popped it back in place and kept going, apparently.
Betcha it’s gonna get real sore later. Though this seems to be the type of injury that trainers can get on top of these days to minimize down time.

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lukethedrifter wrote:
stlouie_lipp wrote:
lukethedrifter wrote:Dislocated ankle doesn’t sound like a 1 day rehab.
He popped it back in place and kept going, apparently.
Betcha it’s gonna get real sore later. Though this seems to be the type of injury that trainers can get on top of these days to minimize down time.
That's a hard course to walk too.

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If he truly dislocated it (and it really, really looked like he did) then there is no way he plays the tournament. I've been there with a dislocated shoulder and big toe. The shoulder felt OK the rest of the day but the next morning and few weeks were a completely different story when it came to any movement.

Even after I thought I was fine to play softball again because I had full range of motion and it felt good, I was rudely corrected when I played catch before the game and caught a ball above my head. Just that little bit of extra pressure made it feel like my arm was about to fall off.

I'd imagine an ankle to be the same.

As for the toe, it felt great immediately after being popped back into place and I never had any issues with it being sore but that's because for once in my life I was smart and wore that walking boot every time I moved for the first 10 days. I was not letting that happen again. It took me 39 years but I finally listened to a doctor when they told me something.

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"Four please! Mr. Nicklaus now driving."

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VJ Singh in the lead! After 1.

Dilly! Dilly!

(Am I going to be escorted out of this thread now?)

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stlouie_lipp wrote: That's a hard course to walk too.
Without a doubt. The two things that stick out to me is how green it actually is and the undulation.

Then, of course, the greatness of the pimento cheese sandwiches.

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That's one way to melt down Sergio. He's about to put up a 15 on the 15th hole.

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InvincibleCakeEater wrote:That's one way to melt down Sergio. He's about to put up a 15 on the 15th hole.
ouch!

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Joe Shlabotnik wrote:
InvincibleCakeEater wrote:That's one way to melt down Sergio. He's about to put up a 15 on the 15th hole.
ouch!
Sank the putt to score a 13.

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