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Old 12-15-2011, 02:32 PM   #65
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Default Re: Is golf a sport?

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Originally Posted by Henry Chinaski View Post
Darts must be mentally toughest sport.

At least in other individual sports crowds are respectful. In Darts you have a thousand drunk maniacs screaming abuse while you try to hit a miniscule target
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When it comes to backhand slices, Bernard Tomic is your man. This is the kinda guy who can slice bread with a tennis racquet and leave it in an edible state. Bernard's slice backhand isn't just a groundstroke; it's a complete overhaul of the very fundamentals and mechanics that build tennis. You thought Nadal could get high RPM? This thing has so much slice you'd swear you're playing in hurricane. Bernard's slice is the most lethal shot in sport. It'll hit you like a spiked drink in a Brisbane nightclub.
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