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post #235 of 329
Not sure what's tougher to look at: Scott's putter, or Williams' 90210 sideburns?
post #236 of 329

I find it harder to watch Keegan's putter style than Adam's. 

 

It looks like Keegan is performing a seppuku every time he putts....

post #237 of 329
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Not sure what's tougher to look at: Scott's putter, or Williams' 90210 sideburns?

 

HAHAHAHAHA! I seriously love Adam Scott's game (except the putter). He's a top 5 fav for me, but Stevie Williams and his Dylan McKay sideburns can take a 2 iron (bent to a 1 iron) to the back of the skull...little :censored: 

 

 

EDIT: Holly sh*t...that dumb putting stroke just cost him a 3 foot birdie

post #238 of 329

@Rick Martin 

Do you still want to talk about the long putter?

post #239 of 329

Look on William's face after that missed birdie was worth the price of admission

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HAHAHAHAHA! I seriously love Adam Scott's game (except the putter). He's a top 5 fav for me, but Stevie Williams and his Dylan McKay sideburns can take a 2 iron (bent to a 1 iron) to the back of the skull...little :censored: 

 

 

EDIT: Holly sh*t...that dumb putting stroke just cost him a 3 foot birdie

post #240 of 329

Putting style aside, It would make my goddamn week if Keegan won this to be honest. (And not just because he's on my fantasy team ;-))

post #241 of 329
Scott has completely fallen apart. Keegan may still have a chance with Every in that thick rough.
post #242 of 329

They keep showing a close-up of Every with sweat under his left eye, and talking about "emotions" as if the sweat is a tear lol. This commentary and productions of PGA events makes me want to throw my head through a wall.

 

Another pulled broom sweep lol...I think I saw Stevie slip his business card (hidden in a Chipotle burrito) to Patrick Reed.

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Another pulled broom sweep lol...I think I saw Stevie slip his business card (hidden in a Chipotle burrito) to Patrick Reed.

LOL! :dance:

post #244 of 329
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Putting style aside, It would make my goddamn week if Keegan won this to be honest. (And not just because he's on my fantasy team a2_wink.gif )

Scott is screwing me so hard in fantasy. UGH. McIlroy did the same at the Honda!
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Scott is screwing me so hard in fantasy. UGH. McIlroy did the same at the Honda!

You could still get some top 3 bonus points. Could be worse...I know a lot of people started the tournament with Bubba, hahah 

post #246 of 329
Thread Starter 
So was it a tear or sweat?
post #247 of 329
Bogey for Every on 18. Keegan one back, Scott two.
post #248 of 329
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So was it a tear or sweat?

It was sweat lol...100%

post #249 of 329

Another week where the big name collpases and a surprise champion emerges. Story of the year. Makes you wonder if the green jacket's going to go to a guy nobody is even thinking of.

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Another week where the big name collpases and a surprise champion emerges. Story of the year. Makes you wonder if the green jacket's going to go to a guy nobody is even thinking of.


 



Fans always say they like "parity" until they actually get it. a2_wink.gif

Like the guy said in Tin Cup."Heroes. It's heroes that I need."
post #251 of 329
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Fans always say they like "parity" until they actually get it. a2_wink.gif

Like the guy said in Tin Cup."Heroes. It's heroes that I need."

Tiger haters typically clamored for parity.  Those that liked him enjoyed watching him pummel the competition.

 

Parity isn't bad in something like the NFL where there's a limited number of teams.  There are 100- 150 golfers in every tournament and typically no one really is interested in seeing a non Top 30 or unknown player winning.


Edited by newtogolf - 3/23/14 at 7:15pm
post #252 of 329
Watching these guys collapse over the last few weeks really makes tiger's record on Sunday impressive. Its just so hard to hold the lead. The fields are so deep.
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