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post #145 of 341

Trump is excellent at knowing the  what wealthy want, like and will pay for. But is clueless about the average Joe golfer, what he/she can afford, and will pay. 

 

Tiger won't win this one or the next, I'm betting against him winning a major this year, I'm not a hater, I just don't see it with his current play, blame what you want, injury, swing, either way its quickly diminishing his chances to rack up number 15. 

post #146 of 341

I do like the tougher Doral. If you're going to call yourself a "monster", at least make it tough. I think scores will be better over the weekend with lighter winds, but don't expect 63s and 64s. I still think come Sunday there won't be a lot of guys who finish under par. The greens are still like lightning.

post #147 of 341

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post #148 of 341
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post #149 of 341
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Trump is excellent at knowing the  what wealthy want, like and will pay for. But is clueless about the average Joe golfer, what he/she can afford, and will pay. 

 

Tiger won't win this one or the next, I'm betting against him winning a major this year, I'm not a hater, I just don't see it with his current play, blame what you want, injury, swing, either way its quickly diminishing his chances to rack up number 15. 

It's unlikely, but hes 6 shots back from the lead. One hot round and he's right in there. 

post #150 of 341
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Trump is excellent at knowing the  what wealthy want, like and will pay for. But is clueless about the average Joe golfer, what he/she can afford, and will pay. 

Tiger won't win this one or the next, I'm betting against him winning a major this year, I'm not a hater, I just don't see it with his current play, blame what you want, injury, swing, either way its quickly diminishing his chances to rack up number 15. 

I don't ever count Tiger out, when he is 100%, he still is the best player out there. Regarding Majors, there is no rule you have to be winning regular tournaments to win a major, in fact, I seen to see players every year win a major and nothing else. You do however, have to be playing 100% at that time.

If Tiger can come at 100% (or even 90%) to one of the majors this year, he has a chance. I get he isn't as consistent of a winner as he once was, but a lot can be attributed to injuries and age, when he is feeling good (like last year), we still got 5 wins from the guy. So I ask, who do you honestly think is a better player than woods when woods is playing well?
post #151 of 341
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Nice to see him smile. Hope we see a lot more of that this year.

post #152 of 341

Obviously this will change dramatically, but 3 of my favorite players (McDowell, Rory, and Donaldson) are all tied for the lead at -1.

YESSSSSS

post #153 of 341
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Obviously this will change dramatically, but 3 of my favorite players (McDowell, Rory, and Donaldson) are all tied for the lead at -1.


YESSSSSS
I was just about to post the same thing. Tiger's working his way back to even too. This tourney is still wide open after that crazy day yesterday.

Go Rory!!
post #154 of 341
Fist pump from Tiger after a birdie on 12.
post #155 of 341

Tiger -5 for the day so far :w00t:

post #156 of 341
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Tiger -5 for the day so far :w00t:

 

You both jinxed him.

post #157 of 341

Looks like they pulled a few teeth from the course for today. I wonder if that's in response to all the player grousing or the lack of wind? It appears 4 or 5 under could be leading after today's round.

post #158 of 341
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Looks like they pulled a few teeth from the course for today. I wonder if that's in response to all the player grousing or the lack of wind? It appears 4 or 5 under could be leading after today's round.

They didn't make the course easier. There is no wind today, which explains the lower scores.

post #159 of 341

Double-jinx to counter-jinx it: Tiger will shoot 65 tomorrow and win by 4.

post #160 of 341

Wow. What a bunker shot by Tiger.

 

JM never seems to miss an opportunity to take a poke at Tiger regarding his rulings.

post #161 of 341
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Wow. What a bunker shot by Tiger.

JM never seems to miss an opportunity to take a poke at Tiger regarding his rulings.
I don't blame Miller; Woods has been questionable with rulings over the past year.
post #162 of 341
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I don't blame Miller; Woods has been questionable with rulings over the past year.

Not really. He's been appropriately punished for the ones he made mistakes on and has no history of cheating (in golf). Miller brings it up more often than necessary.
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