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will a big dog win the gah again?

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  1. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    is it possible Kay Ohye will do it again? Harlem Campbell is looking good 2 99'S and a 97 so far from the 27 yard line. Leo is over due.
     
  2. buzzgun

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    Harlem Campbell.


    Love it.
     
  3. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    i would say out of all the big dogs Harlem looks the best so far.
     
  4. awbenz

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    Harlen. Watch out for the Gig Dog from Missouri.
     
  5. Beretta687EELL

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    Randy Ross ... a 27 yarder from KY. Bill Malcolm
     
  6. Hap MecTweaks

    Hap MecTweaks Well-Known Member

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    How bout a big rooster? Foghorn B. Leghorn could breakum all ifn he didn't hafta wurk! :) Hap
     
  7. foghorn220

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    Hap MecTweaks:

    You got that right we Rooster's have to work for a livin.

    Ok I would say this year some unknow person will win the grand american handicap of course they will be called a sandbagger because im sure they will live with 10 states of KY.

    As far as me I couldn't hit my A** with a 6"x6" ok im just waiting to hear who the lucky dog is.

    Fog
     
  8. Steve L.

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    Kay Ohye- He is amazing, getting better as he gets older.Gives hope for all older folks out there. Makes you want to work harder and get better as a shooter. He will win it again this year or maybe Debbie. He would rather have her win. Steve L.
     
  9. Trap2

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    Personally, I'm pulling for Dave Kelly, from California. Dave has been very consistant this year, carrying a 96+ average in handicap from the 27. A great shot, and a great guy to be around.....Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
  10. bigdogtx

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    I wonder if that Randy Ross fella has been going to some of those Nora Ross clinics recently??? Does he have a special deal with that great instructor???

    Randy, looks like your hard work is paying off. Best of Luck. I will be having a little present for you all in 63 days. Jim
     
  11. schockstrap

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    Well, looks like it won't be Kay, Debbie, Harlan, or Leo :-(. Can't wait to see how it turns out in the end.

    --Dan
     
  12. FloridaTrapper

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    A 20 yard shooter from Ohio has come in with 100....
     
  13. jimsw

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    Don't bet on it. The first time a 27 yard shooter (all the big dogs are 27 yarders) won was in 1978. Since then only 7 27 yarders have won it.
     
  14. dawg

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    Congrats on the 100 straight, but something smells fishy.............


    Statistics for Nick Galata - #0765503

    Handicap Yardage: 20 Membership Paid: Yes

    2007 1100 86.45% 600 73.00% 0 N/A
    Lifetime 1100 N/A 600 N/A 0 N/A
     
  15. jimsw

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    Fishy or not it appears he is the only shooter at any yardage to break 100.
     
  16. Trap2

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    The bigger question here is, did he play all the options available?? Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
  17. dawg

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    He didn't have enough targets so he must have shot targets only. Here is the kick in the nuts>>>>>>If he shot for targets only he is ineligible for any trophy, option and other awards....OUCH!!!!!!!!!!
     
  18. trpshtr35

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    What if that 20yder is a SR Vet no penalty yds
     
  19. scott calhoun

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    I bet he had enough targets (just enough). The SIC is only current as of what was entered at the end of July.

    Scott
     
  20. foghorn220

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    Well it looks like I was right and im sure he is already being called a sand bagger since he lives the next state over from KY.

    Good shooting Nick

    Foggy
     
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