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post #433 of 1034
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post

Call The US Border Patrol and tell them there is an illegal at Pinehurst.
That would work, or i can just get the jackass guy from happy gilmore. On another note, heart transplant survivor Straight Outta (Erik) Compton is one under, so that's nice.
post #434 of 1034
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post

Call The US Border Patrol and tell them there is an illegal at Pinehurst.

They're kinda busy about now.
post #435 of 1034
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Doh!

 

 

 

post #436 of 1034
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I agree. Just because one guy is having an astounding first two days doesn't mean the course is set up too easy. Kaymer is plain and simply playing out of his ass and in my own opinion, has no where to go but down. I could absolutely be wrong and he could maintain a score well under par, but I don't see him flirting with -10 by Sunday.

I agree. Look no further than the 1992 US Open at Pebble Beach where during the 3rd Dr. Gil Morgan became the first player to reach double digits under par in the history of the US Open and eventually got it to -12.  He ended up the tournament at +5 while the eventual winner, Tom Kite, finished at -3.

 

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Martin Kaymer is not Gil Morgan. But trust me, I'm hoping he implodes.

Ya' think? The point wasn't that Kaymer would implode, but that just because someone shoots a crazy 1st 36 holes in the U.S. Open doesn't mean the winning score will be anywhere near that ot that the course is playing too easy.

post #437 of 1034
Is it just me or is Kevin Na and Hideki Matsuyama wearing the same outfit and same haircut?
post #438 of 1034
if this turns into a Kevin na, Brenton Todd and Martin kaymer battle this weekend, then I think there will be people on NBC's telecast falling asleep. Given this is their final open, I hope they have better luck.
post #439 of 1034
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Yeah, gonna put that one on hold until I hear experts agree with that.

That's generally the best option when it comes to anything I say... b2_tongue.gif
post #440 of 1034
McDowell in terminal meltdown... should have stuck with the garish shirt.
post #441 of 1034
McDowell, McIlroy and Mickelson fading. Na and Todd contending. Not sure I'm liking the way this weekend is starting to shape up.
post #442 of 1034
"Well, at least Kevin Na and Brendon Todd are making runs." - No one, ever.
post #443 of 1034
This week feels like the St Jude Classic or another non-major. Names like Todd, Na, and Compton playing well
post #444 of 1034
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Originally Posted by ChrisP View Post

McDowell, McIlroy and Mickelson fading. Na and Todd contending. Not sure I'm liking the way this weekend is starting to shape up.

Look for Poulter, Matsuyama and Kuchar to be there or thereabouts. And I wouldn't be too surprised to see Justin Rose continue to advance.
post #445 of 1034
Can't believe Pinehurst is giving up this many birdies. There are actually as many players under par now as there were through two rounds at Congressional.
post #446 of 1034
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post #448 of 1034
Anyone else experiencing big issues with the NBC broadcast? Mine keeps acting like a scratched DVD and going black/silent or becoming highly pixelated at times. It's quite distracting.
post #449 of 1034
A Martin Kaymer-Kevin Na sunday duel in fruition! I think i have a boner already!
post #450 of 1034
Watching these guys scrambling around the greens to save pars just emphasises how superbly Kaymer played this morning. He never looked in trouble. Extraordinary.
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