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post #541 of 1034
Not really understanding the sentiments against Kaymer.
His iron play and swing are as as majestic as Scott's

Are people imagining some sort of Teutonic dourness?
I would prefer him by a mile to a scowling Bubba or a mugging Kuchar any day of the week.

Would be happy for Snedeker to have a chance.
post #542 of 1034
Brendon Todd going the route of Brendan Steele, or Browne, Gore, and Watney
post #543 of 1034
Not so much anti-Kaymer as anti-anti-climactic.
post #544 of 1034
Kaymer looking a little wobbly.
post #545 of 1034
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Not so much anti-Kaymer as anti-anti-climactic.
Agree with this. Sunday ain't gonna be much fun if the leader's got a double digit lead. That's the only reason I'm hoping Kaymer comes back to field a little bit. I'd love to see him win, but a little drama would be nice.
post #546 of 1034
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Originally Posted by Shorty View Post

Not really understanding the sentiments against Kaymer.
His iron play and swing are as as majestic as Scott's

Are people imagining some sort of Teutonic dourness?
I would prefer him by a mile to a scowling Bubba or a mugging Kuchar any day of the week.

Would be happy for Snedeker to have a chance.
Well to be honest, I don't like Adam Scott. So maybe i have something against majestic swings
post #547 of 1034
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Kaymer looking a little wobbly.

Typical German. Blasts out of the gate and everyone considers surrendering, then he falters in the late campaigns. We just need some Brits, Frenchies, and Americans to come in and light that ass up.
post #548 of 1034
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Not so much anti-Kaymer as anti-anti-climactic.

I don't really get that. In the first place, we're only half-way. In the second place, nobody thought Woods first Masters, or the 2000 US Open, were anti-climactic. But those who like to see a dominant performance from him seem bored by a similarly dominant performance from someone else.

I'm really liking Kaymer in this, he's playing superbly. (well, he was until this tee-shot:) )
post #549 of 1034

Gonna get interesting?

post #550 of 1034
Kaymer is amazed he gets no relief
post #551 of 1034
Kaymer faced with the devil's choice. Hit it out of that shit or remove the loose impediments and pray the ball doesn't move.
post #552 of 1034
Thread Starter 

Nein relief!

post #553 of 1034
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Not so much anti-Kaymer as anti-anti-climactic.
I'm not betting on anyone just yet.
The pressure on Kaymer not to blow this lead is huge and may affect him.
post #554 of 1034
Getting weird here. I'm with Johnny Miller - can't Kaymer hack the ball 10 yards back and right towards the fairway? That's got to be a better option than an unplayable.
post #555 of 1034

Really his only option. He'll be ok

post #556 of 1034
300+ out from crap lie someone yells out in the hole.
post #557 of 1034
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Originally Posted by k-troop View Post

Typical German. Blasts out of the gate and everyone considers surrendering, then he falters in the late campaigns. We just need some Brits, Frenchies, and Americans to come in and light that ass up.
At least you know your history, having the Americans coming in at the very end. a2_wink.gif
post #558 of 1034
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Originally Posted by Shorty View Post

At least you know your history, having the Americans coming in at the very end. a2_wink.gif
Doesn't know his history that well, completely ignores Canada's pivotal role. c4_mad.gif
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