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post #379 of 1034
Kaymer drives the green on par 4 3rd hole (his 12th). Holy crap- he's separating further?
post #380 of 1034
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Originally Posted by Chilli Dipper View Post

The announcers were referring to themselves, vis-a-vis their butchering of the pronunciation of Andes Etchevarria's name.

Ah my bad. Sounded like they were talking about the playing group when I came in.

That statement about Donald being number one "for about a minute" irked me. He was #1 for awhile no?
post #381 of 1034
And he has an easy par-5 comin up. Brace yourselves boys....this lead is about to get massive
post #382 of 1034
What was Woods' lead at Pebble?
post #383 of 1034
This is turning into another Rory at Congressional. Boring as hell, I think i'll watch the world cup.
post #384 of 1034
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Originally Posted by ChrisP View Post

And he has an easy par-5 comin up. Brace yourselves boys....this lead is about to get massive

Yep. Minus nine and more to come.

This is starting to remind me of 2000. The winning score was -12, but it wasn't that the course was too easy, because Woods won by 15.

There's a long way to go, but Kaymer is impeccable so far. Personally I don't find it boring, I enjoy watching a top player operating at the height of his powers.
post #385 of 1034
https://twitter.com/BillyHo_Golf/status/477452255843471360

Pinehurst No. 2 right now is playing easier than Merion last yr. More rain fell last year than this year. Merion was 500 yards shorter too.
post #386 of 1034
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Originally Posted by Crim View Post


You're kinda lookin like a genius right now...


Every once in a while a blind squirrel finds a nut...

post #387 of 1034

Duf just whacked an old guy with a quick snap hook. Duf signed his glove for him as they usually do, but he's lucky as hell that his ball deflected back in the fairway. That could have cost Dufner another shot if he wound up in the junk.

post #388 of 1034
Thank God for the World Cup this weekend.
post #389 of 1034
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Originally Posted by RandallT View Post

Kaymer drives the green on par 4 3rd hole (his 12th). Holy crap- he's separating further?

 

 

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Originally Posted by ChrisP View Post

And he has an easy par-5 comin up. Brace yourselves boys....this lead is about to get massive

Yeah but he is also soon having to play the 7th hole today....you know the one hole that he bogied yesterday. I hope he can put that out of his mind and play well today.

post #390 of 1034
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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post

https://twitter.com/BillyHo_Golf/status/477452255843471360

Pinehurst No. 2 right now is playing easier than Merion last yr. More rain fell last year than this year. Merion was 500 yards shorter too.

Yeah kinda disappointing. I was really hoping for more bite from this course. And I know it's not playin easy easy, but it's not as demanding as it could be and most us opens are. I think the waste areas being so playable plus the fact they overwatered the course Wednesday night is leading to better scoring than their should be.
post #391 of 1034
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Thank God for the World Cup this weekend.
Amen Brotha, Amen
Come on Cameroon, Come on! Lol
post #392 of 1034
Just as a sideline, does anyone else agree that watching Keegan Bradley set up for a shot is absolute agony? If he gets any twitchier he'll get to the point at which he can't bring himself to actually hit the ball.
post #393 of 1034
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Originally Posted by chasm View Post

Just as a sideline, does anyone else agree that watching Keegan Bradley set up for a shot is absolute agony? If he gets any twitchier he'll get to the point at which he can't bring himself to actually hit the ball.
I think he has OCD or something lol, but i don't mind it. I've grown to ignore it
post #394 of 1034
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Originally Posted by chasm View Post

Just as a sideline, does anyone else agree that watching Keegan Bradley set up for a shot is absolute agony? If he gets any twitchier he'll get to the point at which he can't bring himself to actually hit the ball.

I crack up when he's just off the green. His pre-shot stance and twitches make him look like a LB in the NFL lol. Like he's ready to run up and hit it and race it to the hole.

post #395 of 1034
Kaymer is double digits under par.
post #396 of 1034
I hope he ends bogey bogey bogey bogey 😉
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