WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
24%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
25%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
48%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



happygilmore 12:36 Thu Jun 16
US Open
LIV Golf has been overshadowing things of late. But I did enjoy watching Rory win The Canadian Open.

Some of the LIV boys are teeing up. Crowd will be vocal and the course tough. Think it's wide open. Usual few ew for value (10 places).

Sam Burns 25/1

Niemann 33/1

Power 90/1

Zalatoris 28/1

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happygilmore 12:38 Tue Jul 5
Re: US Open
There comparing the course to Augusta. Should be cracking for the Ryder Cup in 5 years time

Westside 12:28 Tue Jul 5
Re: US Open
plus the fact that the Saudi rebels cant play on the DP Tour warm up events.

The can. Now allowed into the Scottish Open.

Rossal 5:08 Mon Jul 4
Re: US Open
The open next week is a massive pull.... plus the fact that the Saudi rebels cant play on the DP Tour warm up events. Some card for that course mind..... cracking for whoever is lucky enough to go

happygilmore 4:15 Mon Jul 4
Re: US Open
The JP McManus Pro Am. how does JP do it? persuade all the top players in the World to turn up and raise a shit load of cash for charities. Now being picked up by SKY etc with sell out crowds.

Takashi Miike 10:11 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
but not as boring as your posts, cunt

Come On You Irons 8:30 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Always nice to see an Englishman win a major (a proper Englishman too, not a plastic one like Justin Rose), but it doesn't detract from the fact that golf is as boring as fuck to watch as a spectator 'sport'.

Rossal 4:43 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
He stayed with the same family from when he won the US amateur in 2013. That combined with knowing the course well meant he seemed quite relaxed yesterday.

Hitting 17 out of 18 GIR on a sunday is outstanding for anyone, let alone someone chasing their first major. The bunker shot on 18 will be replayed for years.

Will be backing Zalatoris for the Open, seems to have sorted his putter out and will convert one of these oppourtunities eventually.

Bamber 4:22 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Bamber 12:50 Thu Jun 16
Re: US Open

The sensible bet is Fitzpatrick who won the amateur championship on the Open course and has been in very good form recently. He's just so dull and rarely contends for the win on Day 4 in spite of his regular top 10/20 finishes.

So much for that. I went for Power when Ancer withdrew. Should’ve taken my own advice.

Rossal 9:20 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Rossal 9:27 Thu Jun 16
Re: US Open
I cant see past the top 3 in the betting of Rory, JT and Scottie..... all playing well and on their day no one else gets close this season.

My EW punts will be Fitzpatrick, Homa and Zalatoris.




Pretty fucking good darts there, stayed up to watch it last night was fantastic watch with top 2 battling it out and Scheffler pushing at the hole in front. Glad for Fitzpatrick, great story to win there again. Zalatoris will win a few majors, the kid is mustard.

happygilmore 2:09 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
I know Martin, just joking. We might have a decent team for the next Ryder Cup with some of these players growing in stature

martinbritt_63 2:05 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Sorry to disappoint Happy - but the lad was born In Sheffield

and

He's a Blades fan

Won't hold it against him - great performance.

happygilmore 2:02 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
The caddies are making huge money on LIV too. But that Will mean more to Billy than money

Pagey 1:58 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Nerves of steel over the final few holes from Fitzpatrick there. He seems like a right decent bloke and it was wonderful to see. Well done Matty! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

happygilmore 1:55 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
I thought zalatoris had that putt. Well done Matt. Seems a nice bloke and family. Must Google the Irish link with a name like that 😁

Grumpster 1:55 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
First major for his caddy Billy as well, bloke seems to have been around for donkeys years.

Pedro 1:54 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
If Woods had played That bunker shot would be played a million times!

Hit it over the grandstand and bent it back.

Well done young man.

Billy Foster also gets lots of credit. Best caddie in world

onsideman 1:53 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Wonderful. Sporting theatre at its best

aldgate 1:53 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Great scenes at the end there - made up for Fitzpatrick, seems a real genuine bloke. And the yanks will hate it!

stewie griffin 1:53 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Delighted for him. Superb performance and a lovely little stat that he joins Nicklaus as the only people to have won the US amateur and the US Open on the same course.
You don't have to hit it miles

Grumpster 1:49 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Different class that, pure adrenalin.

The 75 notes would have been nice, but I think this will be better.

Fucking love English/British players winning the US based majors.

In fact any European is always nice and gets me up the the ryder cup.

Pedro 1:46 Mon Jun 20
Re: US Open
Wow that shot from Fitz is one of best ever seen

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