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post #469 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post

I was thinking yesterday for the ceremonial tee shots.....if the time comes when Tiger is old, and they ask him to be a part of it......would he be the type of guy who would? Or do you think ocne he retires he is off the radar and not to be bothered by anyone?
I don't think he will. I don't think he'll play one event on the Champions Tour either.
post #470 of 1528
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I don't think he will. I don't think he'll play one event on the Champions Tour either.

I agree with this also.

post #471 of 1528
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I don't think he will. I don't think he'll play one event on the Champions Tour either.


But won't he want to beat Jack;s 8 majors on the champions tour? :-D

post #472 of 1528
Any guesses on what the cut line score will be today? I find that to be an interesting determinant of how tough a course has been playing. I'll throw out a guess of +2 to make the cut.
post #473 of 1528

Sandy Lyle just figured out the best and easiest way to play from the 12th tee box.

 

 

 

Play to the 11th green. :-P

post #474 of 1528
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Originally Posted by treebound View Post

Any guesses on what the cut line score will be today? I find that to be an interesting determinant of how tough a course has been playing. I'll throw out a guess of +2 to make the cut.


+2 is about right

 

 

I wouldn't mind seeing Marc Leishman win.

 

As a Kiwi, I should despise all these recent Aussie wins, but seeing as NZ has no decent presence on the PGA Tour.............................Aussies will do :beer:

post #475 of 1528
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Originally Posted by TheKewTour View Post
 

Say the afternoon players will find it tougher when Greens dry up. Even par will be good score today in my opinion.

The morning play hasn't been exceptionally good or bad yet ... several players (including Mize and Olazabal) are -1 on their rounds through 10 or 11 holes.

 

Marc Leishman is -2 after 2.

post #476 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post
 

The morning play hasn't been exceptionally good or bad yet ... several players (including Mize and Olazabal) are -1 on their rounds through 10 or 11 holes.

 

Marc Leishman is -2 after 2.

Marc Leishman is -3 after 3 now.:beer:   Now in the lead.

post #477 of 1528

Obviously this course suits Leishman. He's only shown up on two leaderboards in the past year and they both happened to be The Masters.

post #478 of 1528
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Originally Posted by treebound View Post

Any guesses on what the cut line score will be today? I find that to be an interesting determinant of how tough a course has been playing. I'll throw out a guess of +2 to make the cut.
I think much higher than that. +5 or +6 if conditions stay tough or get worse.
post #479 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post

NZ has no decent presence on the PGA Tour.............................Aussies will do c2_beer.gif

Adam Scott? I mean, not Adam Scott himself, but his caddie.

Also, I hear Michael Campbell won two big events in the past decade.
post #480 of 1528

The cut on Friday is the top 50 and ties plus anyone within 10 strokes of the lead.....Ryan Moore recovering nicely today.

post #481 of 1528

Its funny how watching the Live@ Cameras distorts perspective.  Watching #11 from their Cameras makes the hole look entirely different than the TV broadcast.

post #482 of 1528

Bubba Watson's "Secret" seems to be paying off....

post #483 of 1528

Can't wait to watch the featured group with Bubba and his pink driver!!

post #484 of 1528
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Originally Posted by jefkve View Post
 

Bubba Watson's "Secret" seems to be paying off....

 

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Can't wait to watch the featured group with Bubba and his pink driver!!

At the risk of jinxing him ... he has played 25 holes so far this tournament and still hasn't made a bogey.  Pretty impressive for anybody, and especially for somebody who has that Phil Mickelson, gunslinger, chance taker, type reputation.

post #485 of 1528

Phil needs to start making some birdies if he wants a realistic shot at this tourney... 

post #486 of 1528

Louis with an excellence chance for eagle at 13.

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