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post #163 of 341
I guess now Tiger has a chance at another long putt.
post #164 of 341
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I don't blame Miller; Woods has been questionable with rulings over the past year.


His comment today just reminded me of something he said last year. I forget what tournament it was, but it was a few weeks after the Masters controversy. Tiger had pulled his drive into a lateral water hazard and Miller was questioning where he made his drop. From the 18th, box his view was the same as ours...there was no view whatsoever. The on course commentator said the drop looked to be in the proper place but Johnny just replied "I'm just sayin'." It appeared to me that he was just trying to start something where there was nothing.

 

But I may be biased. I agree with Zinger about Miller being the biggest morman in the booth.

post #165 of 341
Why no slow motion fo/dtl analysis?
post #166 of 341
Gotta be a ton of teeth gnashing going on in the Tiger-Haters camp today. Lol.

Anyone accuse him of cheating yet?
post #167 of 341
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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?


90%, get real! Any player will tell you (Tiger too) that to win a major you need to have a 110% tournament. As to your question of who equals Tiger when he is playing "well", there are a bunch right now. But when Tiger is playing great, hmmm well let's just say the group gets much smaller, because after all a lot of golfers have had great runs, and Tiger probably has had more great runs than any other player.
post #168 of 341

Tiger just shot 66, the lowest round of the week to play his way back into contention. Tomorrow might be interesting.

 

I haven't been to the tournament at Doral since it was the Doral Eastern Open. That's probably before most of you were born, but then I admit I'm an old stinker. I'm supposed to go tomorrow with 2 of the teaching pros from the golf course where I work for my part time retirement job.

 

The weather tomorrow is in question. It should be nice, but the winds are supposed to be a bit higher than today. It should be interesting.

post #169 of 341
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Gotta be a ton of teeth gnashing going on in the Tiger-Haters camp today. Lol.

Anyone accuse him of cheating yet?

Read a few posts up.
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Read a few posts up.
Without scrolling up, I'll just hazard a guess that it's Phan, tmac or Spitfisher.
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Or Rick Martin, but he'll probably only post after the tourney.
post #171 of 341
"Trap spinning draw."
post #172 of 341
Thread Starter 

Tiger shot 66 but others can go low today too. I expect he'll finish the day around T10, four or so shots back. He was out early enough that he's moved up, but the course is playing easier than the first two days.

 

Edit: I'll leave that up, but I forgot it's 4pm and he's still T5, so I'm quite possibly wrong. I thought it was earlier. :P

post #173 of 341
Gmac just hit a pitch right out of my play book.
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post #174 of 341
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Tiger shot 66 but others can go low today too. I expect he'll finish the day around T10, four or so shots back. He was out early enough that he's moved up, but the course is playing easier than the first two days.

Edit: I'll leave that up, but I forgot it's 4pm and he's still T5, so I'm quite possibly wrong. I thought it was earlier. :P
Oh, for sure, but he's got another 18 holes tomorrow so he's made pretty good use of moving day. Plus, he's got some serious "mo" going into Sunday
post #175 of 341
EJ, I'm not sure white guys from Canadia are supposed to say "mo"...
post #176 of 341
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EJ, I'm not sure white guys from Canadia are supposed to say "mo"...
I agree, but I'm from Canada not Canadia.
post #177 of 341
If it's not 'Merica then it's Canadia... b2_tongue.gif
post #178 of 341

:offtopic: Oooh, ad for Cuaron's (Gravity) show Believe looks good :offtopic:

post #179 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.

Questionable?? You sure you don't mean "cavalier"?
post #180 of 341
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Tiger shot 66 but others can go low today too. I expect he'll finish the day around T10, four or so shots back. He was out early enough that he's moved up, but the course is playing easier than the first two days.

Edit: I'll leave that up, but I forgot it's 4pm and he's still T5, so I'm quite possibly wrong. I thought it was earlier. :P
At this point it looks like a safe bet that he's going out second to last tomorrow with Dufner.
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