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post #397 of 1034
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I hope he ends bogey bogey bogey bogey 😉

What do you have against a double or triple? Throw one of those in there too, for me :beer:

post #398 of 1034

I just heard Azinger say that most of the best players have a slight over the top move. Is this true? 

post #399 of 1034
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Originally Posted by RJH999 View Post

I hope he ends bogey bogey bogey bogey 😉

don't you know it's bad karma to wish ill of others?

;-)

 

If he keeps this up and runs away with it, I won't be watching over the weekend.  A snooze-fest.

post #400 of 1034

What kind of weinerschnitzel did he have this week? My goodness!

post #401 of 1034
He's short sided, so he might finally falter a little.

Man alive though, an 8 shot lead and Friday isn't even done. He just made a good bunker shot so he won't be dropping a stroke there.
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don't you know it's bad karma to wish ill of others?
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If he keeps this up and runs away with it, I won't be watching over the weekend.  A snooze-fest.

Right there with you, that would bum me out hard.
post #403 of 1034
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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 like the guy, but yeah, he's excruciating to watch.
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Originally Posted by suchjosh View Post

I just heard Azinger say that most of the best players have a slight over the top move. Is this true? 

He could be referencing d-plane.
post #404 of 1034
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Originally Posted by suchjosh View Post

I just heard Azinger say that most of the best players have a slight over the top move. Is this true? 

I heard it too.

I think Zinger played a pull cut for most of his career so he might just be trying to make himself feel better...
post #405 of 1034

USOPEN.COM stream down for everyone?

post #406 of 1034
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USOPEN.COM stream down for everyone?
The leaderboard is down for me.
post #407 of 1034

Holy crap, Kaymer is 10 under. The guy is on fire can't do anything wrong right now.

 

This course is very difficult, he's the only one in the field doing this.

 

Phil barely tees off and has no chance of catching him. DANGIT!

post #408 of 1034
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Holy crap, Kaymer is 10 under. The guy is on fire can't do anything wrong right now.

This course is very difficult, he's the only one in the field doing this.

Phil barely tees off and has no chance of catching him. DANGIT!
Sure he can, all he needs to do is shoot 60 😝
post #409 of 1034

That's fine. Jordan Spieth is going to come out blazing today and be T1 (kidding, of course). I still expect the Sunday score to be closer to -5 or -6. I do expect Spieth to at least finish -6 today though. Really pulling for the kid.

post #410 of 1034
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Originally Posted by suchjosh View Post
 

I just heard Azinger say that most of the best players have a slight over the top move. Is this true? 

 

Generally yes, if he's referring to the lead arm having more depth at A3 (left arm parallel to the ground on the backswing) then at A5.

post #411 of 1034

Kaymer doesn't seem to be playing the same course Keegan and Duf are.  He's running away with it at this point.  I hope someone can catch him or this is going to be a really boring golf weekend.

post #412 of 1034
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Originally Posted by colin007 View Post

I heard it too.

I think Zinger played a pull cut for most of his career so he might just be trying to make himself feel better...

Yeah, gonna put that one on hold until I hear experts agree with that.

Woods and McIlroy 36 leads were 6.
post #413 of 1034
A 65 or 66 is out there if one of these guys now can get hot. Given kaymer's talent I have a hard time seeing him coming back to the pack too much. Hes not Gil Morgan or Ricky Barnes. Someone is gonna have to meet him at least half way to have a chance.
post #414 of 1034

Just got home and turned on the TV as they were showing a leaderboard.

 

Wow!!!

 

A few weeks ago I said I was curious which kinds of player this US Open would benefit. Looks like whatever kind of player Kaymer is. Maybe he'll come back to the field when he has to move to the other course tomorrow. Oh wait, different tournament.

 

I don't really care who wins but I hoped it was at least a close contest. Still a ways to go but, man (SMH) 10 under?

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