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post #19 of 36
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Originally Posted by BENtSwing32 View Post
 

Bubba put on a show today!! Love it when he's on.

 

Anyone else think Gary Woodland seems like and absolute d**k? On that short par 4  he chipped it to 3 feet, Bubba still had to chip on and Woodland wouldn't mark his ball even though it was right in Bubba's line. How some people feel and big Phil, I'm starting to feel that way about Woodland. Reminds me of a spoiled jock in high school.

Saw Bubba do the same thing to Phil last week. Phil had a short putt to putt out, and was going to when Bubba walked up to his ball and to play it, Phil stopped, mid way to setting up, and then marked his ball, he clearly wanted to finish and get out the way. 

 

It was the type of putt that most would finish out.

post #20 of 36
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Originally Posted by BENtSwing32 View Post
 

Bubba put on a show today!! Love it when he's on.

 

Anyone else think Gary Woodland seems like and absolute d**k? On that short par 4  he chipped it to 3 feet, Bubba still had to chip on and Woodland wouldn't mark his ball even though it was right in Bubba's line. How some people feel and big Phil, I'm starting to feel that way about Woodland. Reminds me of a spoiled jock in high school.

The other player left his ball there as well on the other side of the pin .Considering the difficulty of the shot, and the possibility that Bubba"s ball could run across and off the other side of the green, I would imagine that Bubba didn't mind that the balls were left there. If he didn't want it there, couldn't he have asked for a mark?

post #21 of 36
Thread Starter 

Young Hideki crawling up the leaderboard! Can Bubba hold these guys off? My thoughts are no...he's too all over the place.

 

We shall see though!

post #22 of 36
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Originally Posted by phan52 View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by BENtSwing32 View Post
 

Bubba put on a show today!! Love it when he's on.

 

Anyone else think Gary Woodland seems like and absolute d**k? On that short par 4  he chipped it to 3 feet, Bubba still had to chip on and Woodland wouldn't mark his ball even though it was right in Bubba's line. How some people feel and big Phil, I'm starting to feel that way about Woodland. Reminds me of a spoiled jock in high school.

The other player left his ball there as well on the other side of the pin .Considering the difficulty of the shot, and the possibility that Bubba"s ball could run across and off the other side of the green, I would imagine that Bubba didn't mind that the balls were left there. If he didn't want it there, couldn't he have asked for a mark?

Yeah, you're right. Watched it again and realized it wasn't a "dick-move" like I thought when I first saw it.

 

Staddler is amazing with his irons and lag putts. I can't believe how many 4-7 footers he has missed tho! Talented guy...imagine if he was in good shape, or at least had his weight under control.

post #23 of 36

3 way tie for the lead...

post #24 of 36
Congrats to Kevin Stadler.
post #25 of 36
Meh.... Can't putt when he has both hands on the putter... How about Bubba thinning that chip... Crazy
post #26 of 36

Ole Kev did it..Congratz K.S...Hunter M. tied for 4th...good job.

post #27 of 36

Just goes to show;  in golf, any body type can win.   

post #28 of 36

A lot more twists to that ending than a Super Bowl...

post #29 of 36

Also, check out the winner's bag:  3 year old Superfast driver, 12 year old Steelhead III fairway, S400 shafts in all irons and wedges.  Would fit right in at the local muni.

post #30 of 36
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Originally Posted by Tee2Trees View Post

Also, check out the winner's bag:  3 year old Superfast driver, 12 year old Steelhead III fairway, S400 shafts in all irons and wedges.  Would fit right in at the local muni.

I recall seeing an "in the bag" with GMac, about a year ago, he had a few non sponsored clubs and one pretty old club.
Will search for a link.
I think Pros carrying old clubs is more common than we would imagine, after all, they're golfers and it's hard to say goodbye to a club that you like to hit (especially when they've got the resources to keep an old club in perfect condition).
post #31 of 36
Here's that link, it's his hybrids that are "non sponsor" clubs.... He quickly moves on without talking about them too much :)
I've see other "in the bags" were he completely avoids mentioning them, I was surprised he let it slip in this one.

He doesn't say they're old clubs but I'm fairly sure they have been in his bag for years.

Link
post #32 of 36
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Originally Posted by joekelly View Post
 

Just goes to show;  in golf, any body type can win.   

 

 

money aside, id rather be a sucky golfer and fit like i am than world class and look like him (or his caddy)...

post #33 of 36

His caddy was a biscuit shy of 400 lbs.

post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

His caddy was a biscuit shy of 400 lbs.


Haha I was thinking that too. Guy definitely doesn't miss many trips to the table.

post #35 of 36
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

His caddy was a biscuit shy of 400 lbs.

One last chocolate mint wafer? It is wafer thin...

post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

His caddy was a biscuit shy of 400 lbs.

Are you sure?

 

Thought I saw biscuit crumbs on the bag...

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