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Scott Van Pelt
Actor, world renowned connoisseur and professional gentleman of leisure - Mr. Whitefolks. AKA The trendsetter of Muskegon
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Scott Van Pelt 11h
Replying to @cische2310
Imagine typing this and hitting send.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 15
Replying to @HughKares
I guess that’s why the ovation was what it was and all his peers were waiting to congratulate him. Right?
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 15
Replying to @Rosenberg_Mike
Memorable, for certain.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 15
Replying to @Rosenberg_Mike
Always fun to see people in this business rise to the level of the moment and capture it. This is excellent.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 15
For sure. Team sport. People root against lots of teams. Nobody sends me a tweet asking if I’m going to cry if Phil misses the cut. But Tiger? I get lots of those.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 15
You don’t. But there is a difference between not rooting for someone and rooting against someone. I never get tweets from people telling me they are rooting for a player to lose except him. That’s all.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Most of us? I guess the loudest roar at Augusta was the rest of the world.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Replying to @mbken84 @tomarch66
Here’s the thing, the roar from the people here and the number of pros waiting for him at the end is unique. It’s only for him. Nobody is obligated to feel that way though.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Replying to @mbken84 @tomarch66
Sending me a tweet to tell me they are rooting for someone to play poorly, I think, is odd. 🤷‍♂️. They don’t do it about anyone else.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Replying to @mbken84
People send me notes asking me if I’m going to cry and the same guy said he would enjoy watching him lose and he hoped he would play poorly. I find that an odd stance.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
I can’t tell you how many of these I’ve gotten over the years. I never understand rooting against greatness. I was here in ‘97, this one, like that one, “a win for the ages.” Hugged his dad that day. His kids today. We are in the story business, not sure how to top this one. Wow.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Never seen or heard this place like this. Absolutely amazing scene.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Replying to @ben_woods15 @mrskimcam
Not at all, Ben. Just trying to figure out what I did to be a d bag. And why you follow me. Anyway, have a good day being bitter.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Replying to @ben_woods15 @mrskimcam
What’s that even mean, man? It’s an amazing sports story. A guy I’ve known a long time. You’re here, on twitter, saying this? For what?
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Replying to @ben_woods15 @mrskimcam
Be good and mad, Ben.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Replying to @mikesunx @espn
Is the implication this isn’t a story worthy of “gushing”? Be for real, man.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 14
Replying to @JDeRolf03
Because if you ask Alexa a question about sports, I’m the one who answers.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 13
Replying to @DrCruiseGuy
I don’t have a problem. You have one with Tiger. So, I’m having a laugh. Try having fun with it. He’s playing well. Great leaderboard.
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 13
Replying to @DrCruiseGuy
Hey, Boaty McBoat face.......
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Scott Van Pelt Apr 13
Replying to @shanebacon
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