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    Charles Gray

    Harry (worldchamp) Radley hanging close to the top of his flight with a stellar 1 over par (72) round today. Decided that he needed to make putts today after throwing several shots away on the greens yesterday. Confesses to actually be playing to a 3 hdcp and withholding his low rounds in able to come into the World Am as a 6.9 hdcp a year after claiming the title as an 8.8 hdcp. Heard all about his ways of staying under the radar here last year and heard all about his throwing strokes away yesterday once again.
    Today he had to make putts and he actually made putts from everywhere today. Coincidence? Maybe, maybe not. I wonder how low he goes tomorrow on moving day to position himself for Thursday and another chance at the finals on Friday.
    Maybe somebody else who sees his intentional bagging will stand up and mention it to the hdcp committee as has been done previously.
    Good luck to everybody else here who plays this game with integrity. A $600 gift card isn’t worth all the effort to keep your hdcp inflated.

    Chandler Wells

    KaPow…but keep blowing up every thread on this bulletin board Harry “Bagger” Vance…🤷‍♂️

    Charles Gray

    It was witnessed yesterday in person for the 2nd year in a row. 3 people had 1st hand knowledge last year and were told that the reports came too late to intercede. He is up to his tricks once again, can’t wait to see what he will post tomorrow!

    Mike Whynott

    I guess you can add me to the cheaters list also..Got disqualified after round four..Mind you with a one shot lead nothing more..I got disqualified with a one shot lead so no way I could win my flight? Either finish out of first or get dqd…makes sense. Then the flight winner goes and shoots a 84 today 🥳..I have never shot a 84 at the world am and will probably never but I’m the cheater.next time I’ll have to win by a half stroke.

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