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post #379 of 739
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Originally Posted by teeitup22 View Post

Looks like "dire" weather coming tomorrow at Royal Liverpool. Phil out early, but Tiger is going off 10 tee at the same time as Rory goes off number 1??

http://www.pgatour.com/content/pgatour/news/2014/07/18/dire-weather-forecast-creates-two-tee-start-saturday.html

First time the Open has ever had a two-tee start.
post #380 of 739

I don't think these times can be correct, can they? Single in one group and fivesomes in another?!?

 

http://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/the-open-championship/tee-times.html

post #381 of 739
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Originally Posted by PuttsLefty View Post

I don't think these times can be correct, can they? Single in one group and fivesomes in another?!?

http://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/the-open-championship/tee-times.html

Try theopen.com: http://scores.theopen.com/en/TeeTimes.aspx
post #382 of 739
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


Try theopen.com: http://scores.theopen.com/en/TeeTimes.aspx

Thanks for the clarification. I thought they'd gone nuts for a second.

post #383 of 739
Scott "Best Name in the Game" Jamieson did not make the cut. :(
post #384 of 739
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Originally Posted by PuttsLefty View Post
 

Thanks for the clarification. I thought they'd gone nuts for a second.

ROFL

post #385 of 739
With all the wayward tee shots from Tiger it's a wonder why he never has put his 1 Wood/Driver Stinger into play, it's been said that he and Haney had developed it in practice sessions.
post #386 of 739

If there is one thing this thread shows it's that the interest in Tiger Woods is still alive and kicking nicely - most players who have dominated and then faded have been allowed to gently slip into the good night...but not Eldrick.

 

He will never be forgiven for not being a good husband, it seems. Even if a large section of the golfing public would want to hit a ball like him and bang skanks like him.

 

McIlroy is the most exciting player on the tour right now, but his clothes sense is horrid. Horrid, horrid, horrid. I would not wear a single piece of his ensemble.

 

The links puritans are burning effigy's of Old Tom Morris in order to conjure up bad weather tomorrow.

post #387 of 739
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Originally Posted by Monte the Bear View Post
 

If there is one thing this thread shows it's that the interest in Tiger Woods is still alive and kicking nicely - most players who have dominated and then faded have been allowed to gently slip into the good night...but not Eldrick.

 

Most players? Can you name them? Cuz… Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods are not "most players."

post #388 of 739
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Originally Posted by Monte the Bear View Post
 

McIlroy is the most exciting player on the tour right now, but his clothes sense is horrid. Horrid, horrid, horrid. I would not wear a single piece of his ensemble.

The PGA Tour needs more players sponsored by Loudmouth. Hell, I'd wear their stuff for free.

post #389 of 739
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

I agree with most of this ... although a bit skeptical of the last sentence.  I hope you're right though.
I'm not going to go on a rant except to say that this disappoints me.
post #390 of 739
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Originally Posted by Monte the Bear View Post
 

McIlroy is the most exciting player on the tour right now, but his clothes sense is horrid. Horrid, horrid, horrid. I would not wear a single piece of his ensemble.

LOL.  I've noticed lately that his clothing ensembles have been very coordinated - like to the point of being a uniform.  Especially yesterday:

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

I'm on the fence about this style right now.  The green/yellow today was ... ummm ... bright, but coordination, in general, I like.

 

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Originally Posted by Gunther View Post


I'm not going to go on a rant except to say that this disappoints me.

You mean that I agreed with Shorty?  Or that I disagreed about Rory?

post #391 of 739
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

LOL.  I've noticed lately that his clothing ensembles have been very coordinated - like to the point of being a uniform.  Especially yesterday:
LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

I'm on the fence about this style right now.  The green/yellow today was ... ummm ... bright, but coordination, in general, I like.

Hey man, if you can pull off blue pants, I say go for it.

Me? I would have paired that shirt with some sensible khakis and my plain black Nike hat.
post #392 of 739
Very wet today in Liverpool, but light winds. Difficult to say how that will affect the front-runners, as the forecast is pretty consistent throughout the day. Look for low scores on Sunday, though, with a softened-up course in calm conditions.

Still think McIlroy will experience a slump before this is over. Garcia is still in touch. Time he won one of these.
post #393 of 739
With wet and soft conditions, my prediction is Rory's going to beat the course into submission ala Congressional.
post #394 of 739
Hmmm. Bunker to bunker start for Sergio. Not promising. hopefully he'll eagle the second like yesterday.

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post #395 of 739

Interesting start to round 3 for this final group. 

post #396 of 739
Perfect drive and then mess up the approach.
Sounds like some of my rounds.
:-p
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