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Anonymous
April 8, 2005 6:29:29 PM

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Anyone else feel like they are wearing out their right trigger button
playing this game?

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Anonymous
April 8, 2005 7:01:11 PM

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In article <dzw5e.5744$ox3.1584@trnddc03>,
brienwiggins@NOSPAMMINGALLOWEDyahoo.com says...
>
>Anyone else feel like they are wearing out their right trigger button
>playing this game?
>
>
Oh yeah. I spin that ball like a muther F'r.
Anonymous
April 8, 2005 7:01:12 PM

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jojo@cox.net (MS#1Fanboy-JoJo) wrote in news:X0x5e.177$xE2.106@fed1read04:

> In article <dzw5e.5744$ox3.1584@trnddc03>,
> brienwiggins@NOSPAMMINGALLOWEDyahoo.com says...
>>
>>Anyone else feel like they are wearing out their right trigger button
>>playing this game?
>>
>>
> Oh yeah. I spin that ball like a muther F'r.
>
>

I'm more concerned about the analog nub. I have a history of wearing out
the thumbsticks on PS2 controllers.

-- Bob
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Anonymous
April 9, 2005 2:05:35 AM

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lb02 wrote:

> Anyone else feel like they are wearing out their right trigger button
> playing this game?
>
>
is it good ?
Anonymous
April 9, 2005 2:05:36 AM

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I'm absolutely addicted to it. To be fair, I never played the console
versions, so I can't compare it to them. Its an entirely new game for me and
is my most played PSP game. Its a type of game that is perfect for a
handheld.

RnR Lesnar


"D_r_B_u_k_k_a_k_e" <d__rbukkake@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:p eD5e.19221$pU2.15806@amsnews03-serv.chello.com...
> lb02 wrote:
>
>> Anyone else feel like they are wearing out their right trigger button
>> playing this game?
> is it good ?
Anonymous
April 9, 2005 3:08:36 AM

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In article <PeD5e.19221$pU2.15806@amsnews03-serv.chello.com>,
d__rbukkake@gmail.com says...
>
>lb02 wrote:
>
>> Anyone else feel like they are wearing out their right trigger button
>> playing this game?
>>
>>
>is it good ?


YYYYYEEEEESSSSS!!!!
Anonymous
April 9, 2005 3:51:06 PM

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In article <d37d22$2rq$1@news.datasync.com>, rnrnospamcartman@hotmail.com
says...
>
>I'm absolutely addicted to it. To be fair, I never played the console
>versions, so I can't compare it to them. Its an entirely new game for me and
>is my most played PSP game. Its a type of game that is perfect for a
>handheld.
>
>RnR Lesnar


At first I was playing with Tiger all the time and kicking ass but a couple of
days ago I started with my own player and now I'm taking an ass beating. Any
tips for getting a new player up and running? I'm getting a little bit better
each game but I'm wondering if there are any shortcuts?
Anonymous
April 9, 2005 3:51:07 PM

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"MS#1Fanboy-JoJo" <jojo@cox.net> wrote in message
news:KkP5e.377$xE2.272@fed1read04...
> In article <d37d22$2rq$1@news.datasync.com>, rnrnospamcartman@hotmail.com
> says...
>>
>>I'm absolutely addicted to it. To be fair, I never played the console
>>versions, so I can't compare it to them. Its an entirely new game for me
>>and
>>is my most played PSP game. Its a type of game that is perfect for a
>>handheld.
>>
>>RnR Lesnar
>
>
> At first I was playing with Tiger all the time and kicking ass but a
> couple of
> days ago I started with my own player and now I'm taking an ass beating.
> Any
> tips for getting a new player up and running? I'm getting a little bit
> better
> each game but I'm wondering if there are any shortcuts?
>

There are no short cuts in life, JOJO!
Anonymous
April 9, 2005 5:45:43 PM

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In article <R-2dnRt5QNIQSMrfRVn-qw@comcast.com>,
Estoscacahuates@comcast.netdeeznuts says...
>
>
>"MS#1Fanboy-JoJo" <jojo@cox.net> wrote in message
>news:KkP5e.377$xE2.272@fed1read04...
>> In article <d37d22$2rq$1@news.datasync.com>, rnrnospamcartman@hotmail.com
>> says...
>>>
>>>I'm absolutely addicted to it. To be fair, I never played the console
>>>versions, so I can't compare it to them. Its an entirely new game for me
>>>and
>>>is my most played PSP game. Its a type of game that is perfect for a
>>>handheld.
>>>
>>>RnR Lesnar
>>
>>
>> At first I was playing with Tiger all the time and kicking ass but a
>> couple of
>> days ago I started with my own player and now I'm taking an ass beating.
>> Any
>> tips for getting a new player up and running? I'm getting a little bit
>> better
>> each game but I'm wondering if there are any shortcuts?
>>
>
>There are no short cuts in life, JOJO!
>
>

I sure wish you would tell my ex-wife that. She sure found a shortcut into my
bank account.
Anonymous
April 11, 2005 12:04:12 AM

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In article <d3bu6j$c1$1@news.datasync.com>, rnrnospamcartman@hotmail.com
says...
>
>No, play the legend tour where you play against Pops since he's the easiest
>to beast. Everytime you beat him you get $75,000.
>
>RnR Lesnar


Thx...this will help in a big way!
Anonymous
April 11, 2005 1:18:22 AM

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My fingers are getting worn out as much as the trigger button, but the
game is great.

I have a question, being a newbie to this type of game:

Neither the limited instruction manual nor the tutorial seem to cover
some aspects of putting. Specifically, what is the distance between
the grid squares? For example, when the caddy tip says to go 11 feet
long and 3 inches right, I can't tell how to judge the distance by the
grid lines that are laid out. It doesn't seem consistent if I try to
use the same methods of counting squares for long putts versus short
putts.

Also, I seem to slice a *lot* on long drives. Is this because I hold
back the analog pad/stick too long on the backswing, or is the pad
sensitive to slight diagonal movement on the backswing or forward
motion?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

JBH

lb02 wrote:
> Anyone else feel like they are wearing out their right trigger button

> playing this game?
Anonymous
April 13, 2005 12:31:26 AM

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JoeBobHankey wrote:
> My fingers are getting worn out as much as the trigger button, but the
> game is great.
>
> I have a question, being a newbie to this type of game:
>
> Neither the limited instruction manual nor the tutorial seem to cover
> some aspects of putting. Specifically, what is the distance between
> the grid squares? For example, when the caddy tip says to go 11 feet
> long and 3 inches right, I can't tell how to judge the distance by the
> grid lines that are laid out. It doesn't seem consistent if I try to
> use the same methods of counting squares for long putts versus short
> putts.

While I haven't played the PSP version, I assume the way to do it is the
same. Use the hole for your frame of reference. It's 4 inches wide.
If you need to go 10 inches to the right, envision 2 full holes to the
right (there's already 2 inches accounted for from the center of the
actual hole).

Later,
Richard
!