Poker Pal Is Good Golfer

Tim, Eric, and I knew (along with others in our poker group) that Scott Fawcett is a good golfer. Lately, he’s been very good. Fawcett, who runs an electricity-selling operation and reads poker books that discuss fold equity and postive EV in his spare time, was the only amateur at the PGA Tour’s Q-School finals. He’s been the subject of two golf stories, one in the Boston Globe and one in Golf Week. He plans on playing pro this year, though sponsorships would help. He also got married recently. He also should buy my poker table. Good on ya, Scott.

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4 responses to “Poker Pal Is Good Golfer”

  1. Tim Rogers says:

    Seriously, Scott? You did that entire interview without once mentioning our home poker game? Good luck getting sponsorship from The Batfaces.

  2. MIssing Dots says:

    Did you miss the story of Dallas native Harrison Frazar shooting a 59 in Q-School this weekend?

  3. Fawcett says:

    Thanks Adam but it seems like I already own the same poker table without the disco inlay lights. I did mention The Batfaces but somehow that must have been cut out…crazy editors. As for Harrison’s 59 I am not sure if that is more impressive or the fact he was 32 under and won by 8, awesome.

  4. Adam McGill says:

    @Missing Dots: Yes. Yes, I did.