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There's even a new tournament format, dubbed the World Series of Golf, in which you literally bet on holes as if they're Hold'em hands (not surprisingly, two top poker pros made it to the final foursome).
On the cash tip, guys such as Barry Greenstein, Doyle Brunson, Bobby Baldwin, Phil Ivey and Erick Lindgren have all embraced (or, in some cases, reembraced) the game at its highest stakes level.
"You have to realize that these guys play in poker games where you can easily drop half a million dollars over the course of a session.
So having a 0,000 win or loss at golf just isn't so big.
And they're putting their Benjamins where their mouths are.
The gumption of transplanted Parisian poker star David Benyamine is nearly as audacious as Sagstrom's.
But he is a little bummed: "Why can't I be shooting like this when I'm playing against Doyle for ,000 a hole?
" Among poker pros, it is largely agreed that the recent spate of golf action was kicked off by Texas Hold'em champ Phil Ivey.
Deep-pocketed sharks were going to bed early and rising in time to tee off before it got too hot.
"It was kind of creepy," remembers Negreanu, standing in the living room of his Las Vegas home, as he obsessively takes practice swings with a clicking and ratcheting contraption that is designed to perfect his drive. Everyone who played in the Big Game seemed to be out on the golf course." Indeed, among top poker players, golf has become a Hold'em doppelgänger.After playing the game for just two weeks, he made a sizable bet with Doyle Brunson, wagering that within two more weeks he could outplay Brunson, who had once been close to a scratch golfer but is no longer that adept.