I know people want to find out how I could be so selfish and so foolish. People want to know how I could have done these things to my wife, Elin, and to my children. And while I have always tried to be a private person, there are some things I want to say..

We’re talking about a tournament in which a player was stopped walking into an arena for a closed practice and told he couldn’t bring the water bottle he was carrying inside because it had the wrong corporate logo. We’re talking about a business in which coaches are routinely paid seven figure annual salaries and multimillions are spent each year to woo players to their colleges not so much to be students as to be athletes who are worth millions to the school.Not a professional league? Wow.Then there’s Rice’s comment to the Associated Press on Tuesday night: “We had to be bold in our recommendations.”Bold? You decide.End the one and done. Really? No one has brought that up before.

The upper holds your foot in place but not well. In terms of durability tho the Reacts are tanks. If you can destroy a pair in less than 250 miles you need to have your form looked at.. It was a silent understanding between the kids in the sandbox that they toys were community property as long as they were within the sandbox boundaries. You rarely heard protests if one kid grabbed another’s shovel. Together these kids built a very decent sand castle, with the help of a “big” kid.

One shot back in a share of fourth is a logjam of players including world No.1 Dustin Johnson, US Open champion Brooks Koepka and Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama (all 67).Scott is confident of climbing further up the leaderboard on day two, with his five birdies soured by two blowout holes a double bogey 6 at the 16th and a bogey on his final hole.missed quite a few fairways today and managed to scramble well, Scott said. Overall, my swing has fallen into a much better rhythm; I played really well for 16 holes and I like how I hitting it this week. Smith and 2013 champion Scott played in the morning, fellow Australian and former world No.1 Jason Day got off to a poor start and was one over through 11 holes.2015 winner Day rattled off birdies at the 12th and 13th and had a golden opportunity to climb further up the leaderboard with a one metre birdie putt he inexplicably missed on the par 5 17th.He then bogeyed the last and signed for a 71 and at even par is five shots off the pace.Marc Leishman rounds out the Australian contingent in New Jersey but struggled while playing with 14 time major winner Tiger Woods and Tommy Fleetwood.

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