|03/31/2011 - 2:59pm||Yeah||
Yeah he didn't take my spot in the lineup.
|03/29/2011 - 9:50pm||Good grief, if anyone on here||
Good grief, if anyone on here actually knew the real story. Lion is an arrogant prick. As a former player, it is embarassing to have him representing Michigan at the Masters. Ask anyone of his former or current teammates off the record and they would all say the same. He couldn't care less about being at Michigan. The truth is he had to come to a northern school because none of the premier schools wanted him. We were not a top tier school during those years so everyone made a big deal about signing a top-15 junior golfer. For a top-15 junior to not have offers from the top schools in the country, there has to be a reason. And we found out. He is just smart enough to make the general OSU rivalry comment and say he is proud to wear the block M but it is a sham. One example of the hundreds I have about him not being a good teammate is happening right now - he asked the coaches if he could work out one on one with the strength coach instead of working out with his teammates because he said "they were too distracting" - not because he has class conflicts or he has an injury he is nursing or that the team has odd numbers, because working out with his TEAM is too distracting. Such a joke.
|03/29/2011 - 9:41pm||What you failed to explain is||
What you failed to explain is that college golfers are only allowed a certain amount of equipment per year. And it is against NCAA rules for golfers to recieve equipment directly from a club company. To get around this while the players are in college the companies send the equipment to the University and Coach and then they give it to the players. However, the stipulation is that the value of the equipment comes out of that yearly allotment (even if the club company gives it to the school, it is supposed to come out of the players "budget" for the year. I know for a fact that Lion had as many as, 3 sets of wedges, 6 drivers, 4 or 5 hybrids, new irons and 2 or 3 putters in his first two years at school. This added up to way more than his alloted budget.
|03/29/2011 - 9:27pm||You can buy those headcovers||
You can buy those headcovers just about anywhere, and the bags are easily available from ping.
|03/29/2011 - 9:24pm||I am really wondering who you||
I am really wondering who you are if you played under Doug Gross (euchre king).