Larky Masher

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  1. Well that's what I'm thinking, really hope they get relegated.
  2. And one with an IQ is double figures which should rule out Barry.
  3. Or they're a bunch of self-serving, disloyal c*nts who are only concerned about themselves.
  4. Trying to keep a stiff upper lip and not lapse into "we deserve better" self-pity. But it is grim an(other) owner who's a w*nk, a board that's doing nothing, a stand-in manager who looks less up for it than Kenny McDowall and a squad that's bereft of talent, leadership, belief and application.
  5. A forensic dissection of the key issues, how did you manage to pull this together in such a short time?
  6. The gap to Aberdeen is a rather minor concern given the current situation.
  7. For the club if this keeps up much longer.
  8. I thought he'd jacked it in during the England game.
  9. Was considering The Skids in Edinburgh or Glasgow though not sure if I fancy hearing stuff from the new lp. Down to Leeds in three weeks time to see Peter Hook and the Light (again).
  10. The not hitting a provisional really rips ma knitting especially with members who hit into what they know is knee high rough but insist they have a line on it.
  11. Just got this e-mail from my club all seems very sensible and it would be great if it worked. Pace Of Play - Ready Golf IN ORDER TO HELP SPEED UP THE PACE OF PLAY THE CLUB HAS DECIDED TO INTRODUCE “READY GOLF” AS RECOMMENDED BY THE R&A Ready golf indicates that players should play when they are ready to do so, rather than adhering strictly to the farthest from the hole plays first. This will apply in stoke play only. When playing “ready golf”, players have to act sensibly to ensure that playing out of turn does not endanger other players. The following are the principles of Ready Golf TEEING OFF • Hitting a tee shot if the person with the honour is delayed in being ready to play • Shorter hitters playing first from the tee or fairway if longer hitters have to wait FAIRWAY PLAY • Hitting a shot when safe to do so if a player farther away faces a challenging shot and is taking time to assess their options • Hitting a shot before helping someone to look for a lost ball APPROACHING THE GREEN • Hitting a shot if a person who has just played from a greenside bunker is still farthest from the hole but is delayed due to raking the bunker • When a player’s ball has gone over the back of a green, any player closer to the hole but chipping from the front of the green should play while the other player “is having to walk to their ball and assess their shot ON THE GREEN • Marking scores upon immediate arrival at the next tee, except that the first player to tee off marks their card immediately after teeing off • Putting out even if it means standing close to someone else’s line • Unless your second putt means you are standing on someone's line of putt you should continue to hole out immediately instead of going through the routine of marking and lifting your ball just to replace it again later. As well as playing “Ready Golf the following points should also be adopted • Keep up with the group in front, if ground has been lost on the group in front, then all of the players in the group should take responsibility for making up that ground as quickly as possible. If you cannot keep the position on the course for whatever reason, then you should invite the group behind to play through, • watch the flight of the ball very carefully. • play a provisional ball when necessary • Positioning bags on the side of the green nearest the next tee, • Consider if it is necessary to study the line of a putt from multiple angles or mark a ball that is very close to the hole before holing out.
  12. Purgatory, an eternity with nothing to do but read posts from Scotty.