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post #235 of 739
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Originally Posted by teeitup22 View Post
 

He is so used to it it probably doesn't bother him. 

 

It clearly bothered him.

post #236 of 739
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Originally Posted by Chilli Dipper View Post

By all accounts, he doesn't like playing overseas.

Hopefully his flight home doesn't have a layover at Charles de Gaulle.
post #237 of 739
I'm really getting tired of Bubbas whining. Shut the **** up dude and sit your ass down son.
post #238 of 739
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Originally Posted by RJH999 View Post

I'm really getting tired of Bubbas whining. Shut the **** up dude and sit your ass down son.

 

This may the post of the year award. Nicely done.

post #239 of 739

I'm not a Bubba fan or hater, but it's amazing to me how he pretty much decides before each major whether or not he will be a factor.  He pretty much checked out of the U.S. Open and Open Championship before teeing it up.  That's pretty unfortunate because there's no reason his game shouldn't match up to just about every course in the world. 

 

The leaderboard looks really strong after day one, and I hope it continues that way throughout the weekend.  I'm pulling for Sergio to break through and win a major, and if he doesn't get it done, Rickie Fowler is always a great choice!  It will be interesting to see if McIlroy can buck the trend of shooting a bad number on Friday after a great number on Thursday.

post #240 of 739
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Originally Posted by Thrash13 View Post
 

I'm not a Bubba fan or hater, but it's amazing to me how he pretty much decides before each major whether or not he will be a factor.  He pretty much checked out of the U.S. Open and Open Championship before teeing it up.  That's pretty unfortunate because there's no reason his game shouldn't match up to just about every course in the world. 

 

The leaderboard looks really strong after day one, and I hope it continues that way throughout the weekend.  I'm pulling for Sergio to break through and win a major, and if he doesn't get it done, Rickie Fowler is always a great choice!  It will be interesting to see if McIlroy can buck the trend of shooting a bad number on Friday after a great number on Thursday.

 

 

Pretty much my view also. Great players adapt, Bubba seems to have a small problem with that. With his talent, I would hope he will turn things around, and play those courses as best he can.

 

I'm hoping for Sergio to get up there too, but at around 7 under for the tourney...and the win..:-D 

post #241 of 739
Guy was good enough to qualify for the British Open but shot 90-Wonder if @GHIN0011458 is going to start thread about that.
post #242 of 739
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Originally Posted by Phil McGleno View Post

Guy was good enough to qualify for the British Open but shot 90-Wonder if @GHIN0011458 is going to start thread about that.

 

Okay, let's let that go. I think @GHIN0011458 was the only person suggesting that whole line of discussion, and it's two months old now.

 

But I'd be lying if I didn't notice the 90 and think similarly. :P Difference is I thought it only.

post #243 of 739
I still can't believe that 3 jack from Tigs... He left quite a few shots on the course.
post #244 of 739
I couldn't believe the lack of energy and chemistry in the Ernie, Bubba, Phil group. That grouping was a poor one for all of them, I think.
post #245 of 739
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Okay, let's let that go. I think @GHIN0011458
 was the only person suggesting that whole line of discussion, and it's two months old now.

But I'd be lying if I didn't notice the 90 and think similarly. :P Difference is I thought it only.

Notice he pulled it together and finished with a string of pars. I thought that was pretty solid. He had to want to cut his own throat with a sand wedge....!
post #246 of 739

Predictions for tomorrow?

 

Lead at the end of Friday?

Cut?

Tiger's score? Rory's?

post #247 of 739
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Predictions for tomorrow?

Lead at the end of Friday?
Cut?
Tiger's score? Rory's?
Lead at -6 (Adam Scott), cut at +2, Tiger shoots -1, Rory Shoots +2.
post #248 of 739
I didn't see anything today that would convince me that Tiger's gonna back up....

....sadly. a2_wink.gif

I think McIlroy and Scott stay strong, and Rose and Spieth make up a little ground too. I think it's gonna be a rock fight, and a helluva day!

Agree. Cut feels like +1 or +2......and I say Tom Watson plays the weekend! a1_smile.gif
post #249 of 739
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

Predictions for tomorrow?

 

Lead at the end of Friday?

Cut?

Tiger's score? Rory's?

Lead will be -8, Rory.

Tiger -5 total

Adam -1 total

post #250 of 739
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Predictions for tomorrow?

Lead at the end of Friday?
Cut?
Tiger's score? Rory's?
Molinari brothers shoot identical scores again and play together both days of weekend. Have two brothers ever played well in same major??

Lead -7 (Adam Scott). Tiger -5. Rory -4. Large group at -3 through Even.
Cut +3
post #251 of 739

Rory and Tiger flip scores, Rory shoots a 69 and Tiger shoots a 66. They share the lead. Nike is ecstatic

post #252 of 739
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

Predictions for tomorrow?

 

Lead at the end of Friday?

Cut?

Tiger's score? Rory's?

 

Seems like Tiger and Rory will have to deal with some wind and rain in the afternoon. I'm predicting Adam Scott who's at -4 and playing in the morning will be in the lead at the end of tomorrow at -6. Tiger shoots 72 and Rory will shoot 74.

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