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post #91 of 510
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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post


No, Phil says it himself, we don't.

 

"F#ck I'm good, just ask me"

 

In below photo, Phil is comparing his nipple size to his thumb.

 

http://static.lexpress.fr/medias/1094/560577_phil-mickelson-of-the-u-s-gives-a-thumbs-up-to-the-gallery-as-he-walks-up-to-the-17th-tee-during-the-third-round-of-the-deutsche-bank-championship-golf-tournament-in-norton.jpg

 

FIGJAM

That's some phunny stuphph!!

post #92 of 510
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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post


No, Phil says it himself, we don't.

 

"F#ck I'm good, just ask me"

 

In below photo, Phil is comparing his nipple size to his thumb.

 

http://static.lexpress.fr/medias/1094/560577_phil-mickelson-of-the-u-s-gives-a-thumbs-up-to-the-gallery-as-he-walks-up-to-the-17th-tee-during-the-third-round-of-the-deutsche-bank-championship-golf-tournament-in-norton.jpg

 

FIGJAM

I thought he was telling us what the cut was going to be.

post #93 of 510

The online coverage from the pga is completely clutch. Have had it on one of my screens at work all day and the hours are just flying by haha. Got to watch all of Tiger's round this morning and he looks pretty sharp. Another 67 and he definitely left some strokes out there. He'll be in the conversation on Sunday for sure.

post #94 of 510
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

I thought he was telling us what the cut was going to be.


He could cut through steel with those

post #95 of 510
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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post


He could cut through steel with those

Like a hot knife through warm butter.

post #96 of 510

lol @ comparing thumb/nipple size.

post #97 of 510
Looks like nerves have got the better of Castro.
post #98 of 510
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Originally Posted by clarkeycats View Post

Looks like nerves have got the better of Castro.

Not unexpected. Nerves? I don't know - how many times have you seen a player follow up a very low round with a miserable one? Seems to happen on a regular basis on tour.

post #99 of 510

 

Took a few videos during practice round on Tuesday pm. I'm always interested in short game shots. Great time watching the pros again - will be my last PGA event to attend until possibly the Tour Championship @ East Lake.

post #100 of 510
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Originally Posted by clarkeycats View Post

Looks like nerves have got the better of Castro.

 

Never fails....

post #101 of 510

So it looks like the cuts at E, which leaves Mickelson, Singh, Watney, Rose, Poulter heading for the exits.

 

Also likely heading home: Graeme McDowell, Ernie Els.

 

Playing with fire: Fowler, Furyk, Horschel, Van Pelt, B. Watson, K. Bradley, Oosthuizen, Points, Huh

post #102 of 510

Becoming a McIlroy fan. Mediocre round - errant shots. No pouting/swearing ala TW. Hung in there all day long.

post #103 of 510
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

So it looks like the cuts at E, which leaves Mickelson, Singh, Watney, Rose, Poulter heading for the exits.

 

Anyone know if Vijay got heckled at the Player's for his lawsuit? Don't know if what he did by filing that lawsuit was enough to merit it, but just curious. 

post #104 of 510
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Originally Posted by Rick Martin View Post

Not unexpected. Nerves? I don't know - how many times have you seen a player follow up a very low round with a miserable one? Seems to happen on a regular basis on tour.

And even more frequently for the rest of us.

post #105 of 510
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

So it looks like the cuts at E, which leaves Mickelson, Singh, Watney, Rose, Poulter heading for the exits.

 

Also likely heading home: Graeme McDowell, Ernie Els.

 

Playing with fire: Fowler, Furyk, Horschel, Van Pelt, B. Watson, K. Bradley, Oosthuizen, Points, Huh

After an openning 76, Horschel got himself back to even going into 18, but a 7 there puts the longest consecutive cut streak on tour to an end- it looks like that now belongs to Jimmy Walker at 22 straight.  I misinterpreted your "playing with fire" initially thinking you were meaning some hot golf as Horschel did have a -5 stretch from 6 to 16, but not see you were referring to being near the cut line. 

 

Looks like Bubba, Van Pelt, Points, Huh and Oosthuizen made it but Bradley, Fowler, and Furyk missed, 

 

In total, it looks like 20 or the projected top 30 Fed Ex will be playing the weekend (meaning 1/3 of the top players this year missed the cut)

post #106 of 510
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Originally Posted by Rick Martin View Post

 

Took a few videos during practice round on Tuesday pm. I'm always interested in short game shots. Great time watching the pros again - will be my last PGA event to attend until possibly the Tour Championship @ East Lake.

Is that Davis Love III?  That crouched address looks like his. 

post #107 of 510
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Originally Posted by RPMPIRE View Post

 

Anyone know if Vijay got heckled at the Player's for his lawsuit? Don't know if what he did by filing that lawsuit was enough to merit it, but just curious. 

 

Didn't seem like it on Thursday.  The announcers kept mentioning he was getting indifferent reception from the gallery/crowd.

post #108 of 510
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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post

F#ck he's good.

 

http://media.247sports.com/Uploads/Boards/240/33240/155283.jpg

 

Remember when people stated he;d never get back to his old ways

 

http://z3.frix.pl/frix312/cfde1b7f001c0ecf4f62592e/yao_ming_meme_by_lecatinga-d4kpe13.jpg

 

How do you come about an observation like "F*** he's good"? What about Sergio? What about the rest of the guys that are -9, -8?

 

Are they terrible?

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