WGC Matchplay to whet amateur appetites
22/03/2021 | sport | golf | 138
This week's event sees the world's best players competing head-to-head in an event that will inspire hundreds of thousands of amateurs looking forward to a return to playing next week, writes Iain Carter.
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22/03/2021 19:11:54 2 32
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Not a fan of the group format. Much preferred the straight knockout format.

Who wants to watch no-hopers like McIlroy and MacIntyre blunder their way through three matches when one is more than sufficient?
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22/03/2021 20:29:33 2 19
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A good walk spoiled.
Coronation Street is on the TV, you’re on the wrong HYS. Removed
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22/03/2021 20:29:33 2 19
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A good walk spoiled.
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23/03/2021 10:08:46 1 18
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What truly beggars belief is how in a time when so many have lost lives, loved ones, livelihoods and homes 'one' feels not having been able to play golf warrants a moan. Enjoy your new £400 toy though. Such disposable income could not have been used any more wisely or generously in current circumstances I'm sure. Have fun on the course. You deserve it.
I don't play these days due to injury but I'm pretty sure that getting out for any kind of exercise these days would be enormously beneficial for peoples physical and mental health. That can only be a good thing surely? I can't quite work out if you're rabidly anti-golf, anti going outside or just anti someone having a spare £400. Whichever one it is you come across as a bit of a knob Removed
Shame Koepka and Woods are injured. Rumour has it that McIlroy has been farting alot after eating bad Curryplop.. his tournament will depend alot on whether he can recover.. Removed
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23/03/2021 18:15:27 2 4
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And your qualified to make such a comment. every village has one I suppose lol