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Really just an indication of my predictive ability, kinda like picking Sugar Ray to win the Thrilla in Manilla!!
My change in strategy to picking those actually playing has increased my percentage of those making the cuts (but not by much).
Also, got my annual email from the Masters where you apply for the lottery for practice round and regular round tickets. Got my fingers crossed as I immediately signed up.
The May update on the season-long Tour money contest:
PAULOBRY - $1,100,731 won in 15 events for an average of $73,382.07 per event.
LBTHOMASJR - $5,039,049 won in 17 events for an average of $296,414.65 per event.
Paul - It looks like you picked Henrik Stenson for an event he did not compete in (at least I did not find him anywhere on the final leaderboard). That is inherently different than picking a player who goes on to miss the cut. I think in fairness, when this occurs we should just not count it. Obviously it does not add to the cumulative total, but we should not be penalized in the per event average for something like this beyond our control. Thus, I will consider this and any future occurance (by anyone) as if we did not compete that week. That is the reason it indicates that I have now competed in two more events than you.
The block of granite which was an obstacle in the path of the weak becomes a steppingstone in the path of the strong.
- Thomas Carlyle
5K - 23:45 (6 races)
10K - 50:12 (3 races)
10 Mile - 1:27:07 (2 races)
Half Marathon - 1:56:35 (1 Race)