ahh, i don't sweat it...that 49 should've been a 45, chained out a few putts and missed a couple of the easier holes.
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I can see if someone has been vacillating for a year or so bouncing back and forth not having any success, or very little, as a pro to test the waters by backing off at an event like this. But I don't see that in this situation. This guy hasn't played am in over two years and has had genuine success as a pro just this season. He cashed at an A tier in Saint Louis just a month ago.
I just gave some thought as to who Michael Robinson is and now I recall talking to him on several occasions over the weekend. He's a nice kid with a huge arm, hence his success at BV. I guess he has his reasons for moving down to advanced for the Wide Open but I honestly can't imagine why he did it. What was he trying to prove?
(dumb question - I suppose he proved it now didn't he....)