So I was bored out of my mind last night, and out of desperation I turned on Golf Channel and watch the snails play out the NCAA championship. I mean, their pace of play made Jordan Spieth look super fast by comparison. The dude that sunk the winning putt needs to be pulled aside by some coach, some where, and have a stern talking to about how slow he is. A conversation along these lines is in order, "Dude, you play incredibly too slow. If you don't pick up your pace of play, I'm gonna kick your ass." Sulman Raza is his name, and I can't imagine that anyone has bothered to say anything to him about this issue, or anything else for that matter.
I about turned off the TV about 4 or 5 times, but I really had nothing else to watch or do last night, so I tortured myself with this garbage.
You see how this works with me? I'm not discussing anything else about this match, except pace of play. You don't get my congrats, or any compliments or discussion about anything else until you pick up your pace on the golf course.
Now I do give credit to Taylor Funk. His Dad must've taught him right, as he stepped right up and hit his shots, hit his putts. I don't blame him or Texas for any of this. Frankly, I think the dude at Oregon was using his pace of play as gamesmanship to screw with Funk. Are there no penalties assessed for this sort of garbage?