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post #199 of 250
Reared on British all weather courses rather than the "pitch and putt" courses you describe Rory is an all course no 1 golfing artist with every shot in the bag and we must look forward to future battles with likes of Fowler and Garcia
post #200 of 250
I think it's safe to say that Rory has found his game.
post #201 of 250
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I think it's safe to say that Rory has found his game.

 

Agreed. Now, how long before he becomes #1 again..?

post #202 of 250
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Agreed. Now, how long before he becomes #1 again..?
I believe it could be a matter of hours no? Wouldn't a win here do it?
post #203 of 250
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Agreed. Now, how long before he becomes #1 again..?
Tomorrow. If he wins and Scott finishes outside the top 5
post #204 of 250
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I believe it could be a matter of hours no? Wouldn't a win here do it?

 

Only if Adam Scott finished outside the top 5.

post #205 of 250
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Only if Adam Scott finished outside the top 5.

Currently at T5.
post #206 of 250
He hasn't won this, yet. Still prepared to bet on Sergio.
post #207 of 250
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He hasn't won this, yet. Still prepared to bet on Sergio.
No it certainly isn't and Sergio is right there with him.

Edit* another 350 y drive from Rory followed by a dart. Kid's got the pedal to the metal and he looks like he can do it all day long.
post #208 of 250
Don't count out Keegan!
post #209 of 250

What was that Kostis just said?  Something about Rory doesn't curve it on the way up?  The ball starts its spin as soon as the clubhead makes contact.  It is totally out of Rory's control after that.  

post #210 of 250

why were they adjusting the balls on the fairway, marking the balls and moving them off the markers? Im talking about Tiger's and Bubba's teeshots on the fairway.

 

 

Why did Sergio ask whether his ball was on the green, then Sergio marked his ball and placed his ball forwards and sideways towards the hole, compared to the ball's original position?

post #211 of 250
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why were they adjusting the balls on the fairway, marking the balls and moving them off the markers? Im talking about Tiger's and Bubba's teeshots on the fairway.

 

Why did Sergio ask whether his ball was on the green, then Sergio marked his ball and placed his ball forwards and sideways towards the hole, compared to the ball's original position?

 

Lift, clean, and place is in effect.

 

And it was not closer to the hole. Camera played tricks on you.

post #212 of 250
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why were they adjusting the balls on the fairway, marking the balls and moving them off the markers? Im talking about Tiger's and Bubba's teeshots on the fairway.


Why did Sergio ask whether his ball was on the green, then Sergio marked his ball and placed his ball forwards and sideways towards the hole, compared to the ball's original position?

Lift, clean, and place.
post #213 of 250
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Lift, clean, and place.

 

Neener. :D

post #214 of 250
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Lift, clean, and place.

I thought they only did that in Florida???

post #215 of 250
McCord calls Bradley's 6 iron distance approach to green a birdie attempt.
post #216 of 250
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I thought they only did that in Florida???

 

Every round!

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