Originally Posted by Shindig
He's making all the putts that many of the people you spoke to a few months ago think they make regularly.
Don't you know that everyone has a 90% make percentage on par putts over 10 feet, which rises to 95% when the putt is longer than 20 feet. It's like how everyone can carry it 308 onto the third green like Kaymer did, but with a 3-wood instead (and theirs would hit a slope and spin back in for a hole in one like that one guy said).
Also, that was an unfortunate shot by Ricky Fowler when he caught it clean on his third while he meant to hit a bunker shot.
Originally Posted by ChrisP
I don't know if they ever showed a graphic for this, but has there ever been a golfer to win on Mother's Day and Father's Day in the same year?
Nobody has, because they talked about nobody winning the Player's and the US Open in the same year. The Players usually ends on Mother's Day if I remember correctly. If not, I am completely wrong and apologize for the misinformation.