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charon

Posted 08 August 2015 - 04:34 PM

Louise Suggs, US golfer, one of the founders of the LPGA, 91. http://www.lpga.com/...gs-passes-at-91
 
DDP hole in one.
 
Edit: Qualifying Obit: https://uk.news.yaho...537.html#3IcQIM

Well, that suggs...


Total madness in fact.

Sir Creep

Posted 08 August 2015 - 03:14 PM

Louise Suggs, US golfer, one of the founders of the LPGA, 91. http://www.lpga.com/...gs-passes-at-91

 

DDP hole in one.

 

Edit: Qualifying Obit: https://uk.news.yaho...537.html#3IcQIM

 

Every time I think about women's golf, this comes to mind.

In-Celebration-She-Just-Wanted-to-Kiss-I


gcreptile

Posted 08 August 2015 - 09:54 AM

Louise Suggs, US golfer, one of the founders of the LPGA, 91. http://www.lpga.com/...gs-passes-at-91

 

DDP hole in one.

 

Edit: Qualifying Obit: https://uk.news.yaho...537.html#3IcQIM

Well, that suggs...


YoungWillz

Posted 07 August 2015 - 09:38 PM

Louise Suggs, US golfer, one of the founders of the LPGA, 91. http://www.lpga.com/...gs-passes-at-91

 

DDP hole in one.

 

Edit: Qualifying Obit: https://uk.news.yaho...537.html#3IcQIM


Sir Creep

Posted 06 August 2015 - 08:47 AM

Legendary Tuscaloosa golfer Oswill McGee Jackie Cummings died Saturday at age 80.
Cummings won the 1990 U.S. Senior Amateur and was the No. 1-ranked senior amateur in the world that year. He won three Alabama State Amateur championships and played in the U.S. Senior Open seven times.

Oh but wait it gets better (if you've read this fucking far you deserve a 'happy ending').
"Cummings was godfather to local golfer Dicky Pride, who has played professionally for more than two decades."
That's right: DICK PRIDE. My favourite sports name ever!
So a guy named CUMMINGs was Godfather to Dick Pride
You can't make that shit up! Do I win some kinda DL site award for 2015 for best obit?
SC
http://www.tuscaloos.../news/150809921

The Dead Cow

Posted 29 June 2015 - 05:20 PM

Peter Oosterhuis has Alzheimer's


Sir Creep

Posted 15 June 2015 - 08:10 PM

Not an Irish golfer, but the coach of female Irish golfers.
Tom Hanlon, co-head coach during the first five seasons of women's varsity golf at the University of Notre Dame and the last surviving member of the 1944 Irish NCAA championship men's golf squad, died Friday night at his home in South Bend, Indiana. He was 89.
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http://m.und.com/m/s.../061515aaa.html

Edit: ahh shit I shoulda posted in Survivor thread cuz those are few and far between
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YoungWillz

Posted 02 June 2015 - 09:10 PM

Jason Day appears to be suffering from a mystery illness for which he is undergoing tests. He's struggling to complete 18 holes. On watch list. http://www.dailymail...-Jason-Day.html


YoungWillz

Posted 27 May 2015 - 04:28 PM

Hugh Boyle, Irish golfer and former Ryder Cup player, 79. http://www.independe...e-31253213.html


YoungWillz

Posted 02 May 2015 - 01:38 AM

 

 

 

Jesus H.

I've just twigged. This whole 'right on equality' shit means that the hams now think of any non white from anywhere on the fuckin planet, as, "African american".

Fuck me. As a race, humanity is fucking doomed.

 

Sadly yes.  "African-American" has for some time been the go-to PC euphemism for non-white people, at least among the sheeple.  I've definitely heard black British people referred to in this way.

 

Speaking of which, why do we never hear of "English-Americans"?  Every other nationality seems to be represented, they have Italian-American, Irish-American, you name it.  Surely some English people emigrated to the USA at some time?

 

Anglo-Americans? WASPs? *shrug*

 

 

WASPs, that's White Anglo-Saxon Protestants, right?  What's religion got to do with it? 

And isn't that a bit, er, racist? I mean, if they avoid saying 'black' (ie "African-American") why is it OK to say 'white'?

 

That's why I shrugged, just guessing they use other euphemisms as opposed to English-American. I can only presume they add in Protestant to Anglo Saxon because of the whole Mayflower thing, but I'm really guessing again. No offence meant to anyone, this really needs one of our friends across the Atlantic (who really should be up at this hour) to help us out.


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