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post #181 of 369
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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post

Tiger can't hit a fairway ... dead meat.
He's found something at the fifth hole. Let's see if Tiger can kick start his round.
post #182 of 369
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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post

Tiger can't hit a fairway ... dead meat.


His second shot just reeked disgust. Barely looked at it before punching it out down the fairway. To be fair, that was the only shot he had, but he hardly stopped walking.

post #183 of 369
I think the rule that Austin broke is stupid.
He didn't have an advantage and you should be able to carry as many as you want anyway.
This is the third major of the year where some dumb official has overstepped the mark.
And I'm sure I saw Tiiger ground his club in a bunker.
And Rose picked his ball up in the rough.
Is it legal for Mickelson not to carry a driver? I thought you had to.
My buddies are pretty sure that's a rule. Should I call it in?
post #184 of 369

I am kind of getting taht Torrey Pines feeling....Tiger just needs one big break to go his way and he may jump on a run and get right in the thick of this.........

 

Thinking he gets to -3 for the tourney, he is great position (although Scott looks unflappable)

post #185 of 369
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Originally Posted by BallStriker View Post

I am kind of getting taht Torrey Pines feeling....Tiger just needs one big break to go his way and he may jump on a run and get right in the thick of this.........

 

Thinking he gets to -3 for the tourney, he is great position (although Scott looks unflappable)

He better get to -3 before he hits 15 and hopes to par in... that's a tough stretch, or it was yesterday.

post #186 of 369
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Originally Posted by BallStriker View Post

I am kind of getting taht Torrey Pines feeling....Tiger just needs one big break to go his way and he may jump on a run and get right in the thick of this.........

Thinking he gets to -3 for the tourney, he is great position (although Scott looks unflappable)

He needs to make a few bombs or chip one in for this to be Torrey-esque. Two birdies won't do it alone.

Also, FWIW: http://thesandtrap.com/chat
post #187 of 369
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Originally Posted by BallStriker View Post

I am kind of getting taht Torrey Pines feeling....Tiger just needs one big break to go his way and he may jump on a run and get right in the thick of this.........

 

Thinking he gets to -3 for the tourney, he is great position (although Scott looks unflappable)

 

 

I don't know. He just doesn't seem like he has it this week. He didn't play well at all here in '03. Not all courses are suited for him. But I do agree for him to have a realistic chance this weekend, he has to be at -3. I don't see Scott, Rose, Stenson or Dufner coming back to the pack anytime soon. Those guys are dangerous this weekend.

post #188 of 369
What happened to Westy? He played his last 11 holes at +5. Ouch.
post #189 of 369

Did someone yell some kind of food or seasoning? Arugula or something..

post #190 of 369
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Did someone yell some kind of food or seasoning? Arugula or something..

Rutabaga.
post #191 of 369
Tiger missed 2 birds in a row- makeable

Not a factor
post #192 of 369
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Originally Posted by tmac20 View Post

My prediction: Adam Scott and Jason Dufner will both do better than Tiger Woods.

This is starting to look better and better.

post #193 of 369

Keegan's club twirls are driving me nuts!!!!

Knock it off!  Geez!

I hate watching this guy's pre-shot routine.

post #194 of 369

Will the "Ghost of 62" show up at Oak Hill? Remember Nick Price and Tiger Woods? Both guys had putts going in the hole for a 62 and did a horseshoe around the hole and didn't go in.

 

All in all, very surprised how easy Oak Hill is playing. I know it's soft, but it was very soft in 1989 and -2 won. Looks like 400 birdies are going to go down today. Wow.

post #195 of 369
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Originally Posted by rehmwa View Post

 

well, on the Par 5 with the creek, Cabrera better pull the driver and throw out his back and go for it in 2

 

 

other:  looks like Rory is stuck on the edge of good/bad play.  It's like watching an engine that is trying to start but needs a bit more choke.  I hope he comes out the rest of the tournament ok.  maybe he's one that has hot/cold "seasons", instead of tournaments or rounds......

 

Rory reminds me of Tiger's season from 2 years ago.  One good round, one average round, and 2 below average rounds.

 

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Originally Posted by tmac20 View Post

This is starting to look better and better.

 

It's kind of funny that those two guys just happen to be the two leaders.  Ha!  Good call so far.

post #196 of 369
This Aphibarnrat dude looks like a 13 y/o who never left his couch his entire life, and is showing up on the first day of double sessions for freshman football thinking he's gonna make the team.
post #197 of 369
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Originally Posted by Infamous 273 View Post

This Aphibarnrat dude looks like a 13 y/o who never left his couch his entire life, and is showing up on the first day of double sessions for freshman football thinking he's gonna make the team.
he makes some pretty damn good shots for a fatty! Lol that was mean
post #198 of 369
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Originally Posted by saturday View Post

he makes some pretty damn good shots for a fatty! Lol that was mean

Hahaha, you said fatty, not me.

What's odder than his size, is his real name: Anujit Hirunratanakorn.

http://msn.foxsports.com/golf/story/kiradech-aphibarnrat-of-thailand-shoots-68-in-first-round-of-pga-080813
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