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post #217 of 237

Homestate boy Stricker is a good dude. I like the way he brought his wife out down in Florida... pretty cool. Lord knows she probably needed to get the hell outa here. Whatever he said sure helped Tiger. I'm sure it wasn't the first time nor the last. They're always paired together @ Ryder and President Cups. They talk, i'm sure.

post #218 of 237
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Thinking Woods might want to cut him a check for the successful putting pointers. Anyone know what specific advice Stricker gave him?  Missed all the discussion about that as I had to work.

 

Players help each other out. Tiger's helped Steve too. I've seen it first-hand. They all help each other out there, for the most part. I think a lot of people would be surprised.

 

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Tiger getting closer.  I predict he takes #1 at the end of Magnolia Lane (not because I've done any math or analysis, but just because it would make for a good story).

 

If he wins at Bay Hill he'll be #1 in the OWGR.

post #219 of 237

Two Thoughts:

 

Tiger is going to start blowing people's minds again...his short iron play was amazing!  

 

Johnny Miller may need a pacemaker before this golf season is over.

post #220 of 237
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Players help each other out. Tiger's helped Steve too. I've seen it first-hand. They all help each other out there, for the most part. I think a lot of people would be surprised.

 

The Keegan Bradley, Phil Mickelson relationship is a good example of that.  Mind you, their relationship is more of a mentorship but there is no doubt Keegan's game has benefited from Phil's help.

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The Keegan Bradley, Phil Mickelson relationship is a good example of that.  Mind you, their relationship is more of a mentorship but there is no doubt Keegan's game has benefited from Phil's help.

 

Yep. And Tiger's helped Bubba, too. And vice versa.

 

Stand on the range of a PGA Tour event and you'll see lots of players helping each other out.

post #222 of 237
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Yep. And Tiger's helped Bubba, too. And vice versa.

 

Stand on the range of a PGA Tour event and you'll see lots of players helping each other out.

 

post #223 of 237
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Bubba SMASH

 

 

A little OT but what exactly is going on in this picture??

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A little OT but what exactly is going on in this picture??

 

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/golf-devil-ball-golf/video-bubba-watson-smashes-assorted-food-items-tonight-161547854--golf.html

post #225 of 237

Ha Ha Awesome. Thanks.

 

He even hit one (the pumpkin pie) off the deck!

post #226 of 237
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A little OT but what exactly is going on in this picture??

 

he is demonstrating how you can hit up with the driver and still lead with the hands...

post #227 of 237
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Thinking Woods might want to cut him a check for the successful putting pointers. Anyone know what specific advice Stricker gave him?  Missed all the discussion about that as I had to work.

 

Players help each other out. Tiger's helped Steve too. I've seen it first-hand. They all help each other out there, for the most part. I think a lot of people would be surprised.

 

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Originally Posted by k-troop View Post

Tiger getting closer.  I predict he takes #1 at the end of Magnolia Lane (not because I've done any math or analysis, but just because it would make for a good story).

 

If he wins at Bay Hill he'll be #1 in the OWGR.

 

One of the greatest things about golf is that most players respect and like each other.  That doesn't mean that they won't do everything they can (within the rules) to beat you.  

post #228 of 237
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"And if you take these pills....................."

post #229 of 237

I had to laugh when TW thanked Cadillac for sponsoring the event last weekend......

 

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I had to laugh when TW thanked Cadillac for sponsoring the event last weekend......

 

 

lol, I have to admit, that's funny.

post #231 of 237

Interesting snippet I saw. Brian Gay had 93 putts during the event, for an average 23-1/4 putts per round. Bloody hell!

post #232 of 237
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Interesting snippet I saw. Brian Gay had 93 putts during the event, for an average 23-1/4 putts per round. Bloody hell!

 

And finished T35.  18 shots back.   Shows just how misleading putts per round can be....!

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And finished T35.  18 shots back.   Shows just how misleading putts per round can be....!

 

Tells me he missed a lot of greens and got up and down for par a lot.

post #234 of 237
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And finished T35.  18 shots back.   Shows just how misleading putts per round can be....!

 

Tells me he missed a lot of greens and got up and down for par a lot.

 

Or bogey.. d2_doh.gif

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