If he keeps rolling, it may force some of the later guys to be aggressive, and with the greens getting faster that could be a bad thing.
Course still just does not have that bite to it. This is not Pinehurst. Just too many birdies going on here.
He is one of the few guys in the field that I would say has "runaway potential." I hope he doesn't, but Kaymer has the talent to run away from the field. He's got that much talent. Let's hope for some bogeys, but it could just as easily go the other way around.
Saw part of the 1st round last night on the dvr and saw someone blast out of a bunker looking like they almost needed a rope to get to where the ball was, good shot.
I'd really like to play this course some day, it would be a blast. Literally a blast because I'd be hitting from the sandy brush field a bunch (can't really call it the rough, more like a sagebrush farm field).
And hopefully my picks in the giveaway make the cut. Would be nice to see Cink make a run for it.
The elite players are more likely to keep it going, like McIlroy and Tiger did. The Gil Morgans and Ricky Barnes' couldn't because they simply didn't have the talent.
If I were to guess, I'd say Kaymer is more likely to keep this going because I put him closer to that elite class. To me, he's one of the best in the world right now. I think he's got the tools to hit the gas pedal and run. I hope i'm jinxing him because I don't want to be bored to death this weekend, but I can definitely see it happening.