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post #811 of 1528

I'm talking about his game.   There are major champions who played very well, but their game did WOW people.

post #812 of 1528
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They are TRYING HARD to build up Spieth.   He doesn't have Rory's talent.  

 

 

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I am not so sure about that.

 

 

I'm guessing you're saying you're not so sure about him not having Rory's talent because CBS is happier than a pig in sh!t that Speith did well today.  You can easily tell that either him or Adam Scott being in the final pairing is what CBS most wanted, Tiger being out notwithstanding.

post #813 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Mr.Scarface View Post

They are TRYING HARD to build up Spieth.   He doesn't have Rory's talent.  He may win a few majors, but he is not spectacular.

No such thing. And winning a few majors is spectacular. Idk what sport you're following.

Even if talent was a real thing, it doesn't seem to matter much. People have been saying for years that Phil has more talent that Tiger, and used to say that Snead had more talent than Hogan. Doesn't seem to matter.
post #814 of 1528
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Originally Posted by RFKFREAK View Post
 

 

 

 

I'm guessing you're saying you're not so sure about him not having Rory's talent because CBS is happier than a pig in sh!t that Speith did well today.  You can easily tell that either him or Adam Scott being in the final pairing is what CBS most wanted, Tiger being out notwithstanding.

I think they would rather have Bubba and Scott in the final pairing.  

post #815 of 1528
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I think they would rather have Bubba and Scott in the final pairing.  

I did say either him or Scott, didn't I?  :hmm:

 

Personally,  I think CBS most would have wanted Scott and Speith in the final pairing tomorrow. 

post #816 of 1528

Happy to say that my man, Jimenez, is flying well under the radar of various youthful wanna-bees. Ha, the Augusta tailors will need an extra yard of green to make Miguel's jacket, that to accommodate his 'wine gut'. He obviously has the game as the week's best of 66 puts him only a few back of the noisy boys. You can be sure that Miguel will sleep well and untroubled while the juniors toss and turn, hope and pray, that each will shoot an eagle on every Sunday hole !!  Even i am nervous and eager to grab the new bright driver on offer but will wait my turn before speaking too loudly. 

post #817 of 1528
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Originally Posted by RFKFREAK View Post

I did say either him or Scott, didn't I?  b5_confused.gif

Personally,  I think CBS most would have wanted Scott and Speith in the final pairing tomorrow. 

Sorry, I missed that.
post #818 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Mr.Scarface View Post

They are TRYING HARD to build up Spieth.   He doesn't have Rory's talent.  He may win a few majors, but he is not spectacular.

Huh?

He started last year with no status and this year he's in contention at the Masters.

Look up "spectacular" in the dictionary, and you'll find Speith's picture......
post #819 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Mr.Scarface View Post

They are TRYING HARD to build up Spieth.   He doesn't have Rory's talent.  He may win a few majors, but he is not spectacular.

(1) And with no Tiger and no Phil if it was your job to hope for ratings you wouldn't want Spieth co-leading on Sunday?
(SMH).

(2) We will have to wait and see.

(3) If he wins "a few Majors" he is.
post #820 of 1528
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Originally Posted by Mr.Scarface View Post
 

They are TRYING HARD to build up Spieth.   He doesn't have Rory's talent.  He may win a few majors, but he is not spectacular.

 

I don't usually say someone's opinions are idiotic, but this is one of them.

 

Spieth is incredible -- in 15 months, and at the age of 19/20 years old, he went from zero status on the Tour to 10th in the money list, a PGA Tour winner, and playing in the final pair on Sunday at the Masters.

 

"He may win a few majors, but he is not spectacular."

"A few majors" is a Hall of Fame career.  It's beyond spectacular: it's among the Top 1/10 of 1% of PGA Tour alumni.  

post #821 of 1528
Anyone know if Adam Scott hit the green on #12 today??
post #822 of 1528
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Sorry, I missed that.

 

Well, I was rather verbose. ;-)

post #823 of 1528
I'll be rooting for Westwood. He's kind of flying under the radar, I hope he just sneaks up on the leaders and steals the jacket!
post #824 of 1528
Anybody but Bubba. What a douche.

If he was a rapper he'd be Sir-Douche-a-lot...
If he was a male ho he'd be Douche-Bigelow...
post #825 of 1528
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Originally Posted by colin007 View Post

Anybody but Bubba. What a douche.

If he was a rapper he'd be Sir-Douche-a-lot...
If he was a male ho he'd be Douche-Bigelow...

Don't hold back; tell us how you really feel. ;)
post #826 of 1528
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Don't hold back; tell us how you really feel. ;)

It's just everything about him... His stupid buttoned to the top style, his visor, his perpetually chapped puckered-up dog's butthole lips, his whining, his hovering his driver before swinging...
post #827 of 1528
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post

Huh?

He started last year with no status and this year he's in contention at the Masters.

Look up "spectacular" in the dictionary, and you'll find Speith's picture......

I might have missed it, but has anyone said "Speithtacular" yet?
post #828 of 1528

I'd like to see Speith win. The man has been playing lights out since winning the John Deere. He deserves a green jacket. Plus, we need somebody like him for the future of the PGA Tour. What are we going to do when Woods and Mickelson retire? Youngsters like McIlroy, Speith, and Fowler have to generate some interest. 

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