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In case ya'll forgot...

http://pgatour.cbssports.com/live/

Thanks again - you're a lifesaver since NBC and GC apps don't work for me. This is great viewing.

post #110 of 329

Anyone else get 2 layers of sound on the live@ stream?

 

I have to mute the sound to remove one of the layers. Using Firefox

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Adam Scott going absolutley nuts. 6 under after 7.

This bodes well for my fantasy league. Maybe I'll actually do something other than crapping the bed. 

post #112 of 329

Wow...now I see what everyone is talking about regarding Kevin Na's slow play. He even takes forever to replace his ball on the green. As he was replacing the ball in front of his marker, he literally looked up at the hole the back down at the ball 7 times! 3 foot putt! Unreal. Maybe he has OCD or something.

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Wow...now I see what everyone is talking about regarding Kevin Na's slow play. He even takes forever to replace his ball on the green. As he was replacing the ball in front of his marker, he literally looked up at the hole the back down at the ball 7 times! 3 foot putt! Unreal. Maybe he has OCD or something.

 

I think I would snap if I played with someone that slow. Or just leave him behind.

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Or just leave him behind.

Don't really blame you ... and I don't think many others would either.  But it's funny because I think that is a good portion of the reason why Rory Sabattini is so disliked, for doing exactly that to, I think, Ben Crane.

post #115 of 329

Scott going hard...-8 after another eagle

post #116 of 329

DLIII having a good day.

post #117 of 329

Wow, Scott tearing it up. This is a good sign for him with Augusta 3 weeks away. Not to mention with Tiger likely out a lot this year, the #1 world ranking is now in play.

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That is awesome. I'd love to go to a pro event. Not a lot of opportunities in Canada, they do play Royal Montreal once in a great while.

 

This is your year. :)

post #119 of 329
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Don't really blame you ... and I don't think many others would either.  But it's funny because I think that is a good portion of the reason why Rory Sabattini is so disliked, for doing exactly that to, I think, Ben Crane.

 

Agreed. I think Rory may have gone about it the wrong way too.

 

I think I would inform the other player, let him know I am going to move on to the next hole, shake his hand and be done with it, rather than storm off.

post #120 of 329

Will be interesting to see if Scott goes for #6 in two......hope he does.

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So much for all the "experts" saying Bayhill was playing tough -----birdie fest out there....can't believe I listen to all the hype from the talking heads.

 

BTW, course record at Bayhill is Andy Bean, Norman.....62.

post #122 of 329

Bubba Watson will be shooting in the 80s today....took a tin-cup eleven on #6.

post #123 of 329

Scott -9, birdied #6.

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Bubba Watson will be shooting in the 80s today....took a tin-cup eleven on #6.


Would loved to have seen his reaction. No doubt his caddies fault, or the crowds, or something other than himself

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Scott -10...does anyone know if he just chipped in or was it a putt?

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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post

Agreed. I think Rory may have gone about it the wrong way too.

I think I would inform the other player, let him know I am going to move on to the next hole, shake his hand and be done with it, rather than storm off.

i would have no problem with seeing this happen on tour. i think this singlehandedly, besides assessing penalty strokes, would be monumental to helping with the slow play problem.
leave the slow player in the dust after a polite "see ya"...
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