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post #199 of 369

Tiger looks mortal with the putter ... maybe it will warm up. It only takes one round.... not that I'm expecting it. You've got to watch.

post #200 of 369
Tiger is 10 back. Looks like we could very well have one of the young guys pick up a 2nd major.
post #201 of 369

Tiger's problem is the driver. He's all over the place. Get it in that rough, instant bogey.

 

I can't beleive Duff the Duffner lit it up today. Crazy good round on a tough course.

 

It will be Scott or Duffner thats wins the Clarit Jug.

post #202 of 369
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Keegan's club twirls are driving me nuts!!!!

Knock it off!  Geez!

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

 

Ya I know he's worse than that. I can't stand to watch that guy play. Just hit the goddam ball dude.

post #203 of 369
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Tiger's problem is the driver. He's all over the place. Get it in that rough, instant bogey.


I can't beleive Duff the Duffner lit it up today. Crazy good round on a tough course.

It will be Scott or Duffner thats wins the Clarit Jug.
Phil already won the Claret Jug.

This one is for the Wanamaker trophy
post #204 of 369
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Originally Posted by Yukari View Post

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

Knock it off!  Geez!

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

 

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Ya I know he's worse than that. I can't stand to watch that guy play. Just hit the goddam ball dude.

I don't know.  It's not like his routine is considerably longer than other players, is it?  It's just a little more eccentric.  So what if he jumps around and twirls his club for 20 seconds like he's on meth?  Other players stand behind the ball and stare at the target (or close their eyes and visualize) for 20 seconds.  Is one better than the other?  I don't think so, they're just different.

 

I don't think I'd like to see every player with a routine like that, but occasionally?  Yeah, it's nice to have a few goofballs who break up the monotony.

post #205 of 369
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I don't know.  It's not like his routine is considerably longer than other players, is it?  It's just a little more eccentric.  So what if he jumps around and twirls his club for 20 seconds like he's on meth?  Other players stand behind the ball and stare at the target (or close their eyes and visualize) for 20 seconds.  Is one better than the other?  I don't think so, they're just different.

 

I don't think I'd like to see every player with a routine like that, but occasionally?  Yeah, it's nice to have a few goofballs who break up the monotony.

With Keegan, it's the eyes ... those crazy, intense eyes...

post #206 of 369
Great leaderbord so far! Big names up there! Interesting weekend!
Can't really believe it, tiger is playing so well but just can't score!
And i saw him only get to a pin on the left side off the green 1 time!
All the others where way right off target
post #207 of 369

Tigers done for but I think anyone within 5 shots still has a chance.  A couple of great rounds out there Webb breaks the course record on to be beat 4 hours later by Dufner.

post #208 of 369
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With Keegan, it's the eyes ... those crazy, intense eyes...

Its his stank eye! 

post #209 of 369
It's made for some really good golf. I've enjoyed watching it so far and would love to see duff, Westwood, Hearn or Scott win.
post #210 of 369
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With Keegan, it's the eyes ... those crazy, intense eyes...

Not just the eyes. How about when he squats down and starts that extremely irritating (to me) sideways stare.
post #211 of 369
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Originally Posted by Motley01 View Post

Tiger's problem is the driver. He's all over the place. Get it in that rough, instant bogey.

I can't beleive Duff the Duffner lit it up today. Crazy good round on a tough course.

It will be Scott or Duffner thats wins the Clarit Jug.

Oak Hill is in Duffner's top 5 all time favorites according to his twitter. He mentioned it Nov 2012. /puts down binoculars
post #212 of 369

As the greens speed up, Duffner will likely miss more putts.  I don't see him being in contention on Sunday.  I'm still betting on Scott or Kuchar to take it. 

post #213 of 369
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Originally Posted by Motley01 View Post

Tiger's problem is the driver. He's all over the place. Get it in that rough, instant bogey.

 

I can't beleive Duff the Duffner lit it up today. Crazy good round on a tough course.

 

It will be Scott or Duffner thats wins the Clarit Jug.

 

Not sure why you can't believe it. Dufner is one of the best players out there without a major and is coming into this tournament in good form.

 

And Tiger's problem is more than the driver. He's missing putts and his irons aren't nearly as crisp as they were a week ago. He's way off his game right now.

 

Watch out for Stenson this weekend. Been saying it since day 1. He's the guy to watch out for and he's lurking yet again.

post #214 of 369

I'm predicting Adam Scott gets it done. 

 

I'm late to the discussion. I still can't believe Jimenez tried to drive out of that thick rough.

 

And poor Woody Austin a4_sad.gif

post #215 of 369
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

 

I don't know.  It's not like his routine is considerably longer than other players, is it?  It's just a little more eccentric.  So what if he jumps around and twirls his club for 20 seconds like he's on meth?  Other players stand behind the ball and stare at the target (or close their eyes and visualize) for 20 seconds.  Is one better than the other?  I don't think so, they're just different.

 

I don't think I'd like to see every player with a routine like that, but occasionally?  Yeah, it's nice to have a few goofballs who break up the monotony.

I really enjoying watching it actually. He's a character...I enjoy watching players that stand out. 

post #216 of 369

I don't have a good idea of how this weekend is going to play out. There's no chance of rain Saturday or Sunday, so one must think the course is going to play firmer. There are too many good players in the mix, too many variables for me to be confident about any prediction beyond saying Tiger doesn't stand a chance. My gut says that the leader's mark has plateaued, and 8-under sounds like a good score to win it all. With 27 players under par after two days, that leaves a whole lot of guys within striking distance.

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