I would have liked to see Bubba redeem himself from last week's meltdown, but he's not in the field, don't blame him, the guy probably needs a week off. I'm pulling for Spieth, though. Would be cool to see the young guy get his first win. Considering I'm 21 and he's only 19 it probably won't make me feel that great about my golf game if he wins.
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As someone who works at a golf course, I can tell you that this is 100% true. So many times we've had to blow the horn for golfers to come in and/or shut down for the rest of the day because of bad weather.
I'd gladly give you some of our rain here in the upper Midwest. We had a storm Tuesday night/Wednesday morning turn a normally pretty dry gully area behind my house into a river 40' wide and at least 4' deep. It completely washed out my compost heap down to bare ground and took out a tree I planted last month. We had handily broken all records for June precipitation by mid-week and it rained again last night and today, canceling my kid's golf lesson this morning.
I got caught in a terrible rain storm last week in Florida. Was on the 15th when it started so we couldn't have been much further from the clubhouse when it started.
Onto the tour, looks like Speith needs something good to happen, he's losing a few shots here on the last couple of holes.
Cauley has also had a rough day after being in the top 10 after 36 holes. He's currently at 2+ after having a day of playing 4+.
Yeah when I posted that, the leaders hadn't yet gotten their double and triple bogeys.
That was some of the strangest decision I've seen in a golf tournament all year. Players seemed to be shanking regularly, and missing greens. I'm surprised how bad of a day Horschal had. He's been so consistant this year I thought he was going to do better.