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They should be yes, otherwise it would make a mockery of all our tournies if players had different wind settings.I am sure this has been discussed before but asking again, are the winds blowing in the same direction for every player, playing the same rounds?
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I would like to know how he does it to Alan. I think he cheats lolRiddler wrote: ↑Thu Feb 18, 2021 3:18 pm I am sure this has been discussed before but asking again, are the winds blowing in the same direction for every player, playing the same rounds? I ask because there are many times the winds are so strong against you making par is the goal. This is especially true on long par 4's and 5's. Now I just finished round 4 Riviera and hole 17 was a long par 5. I see Tony had a birdie. I had winds against me all 5 shots and they were in the 30+ mph range. How does someone birdie a 600 yard par 5? Tony how did you birdie the hole?
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