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post #19 of 92

Number 8 looks brutal 276 yard par 3. With just two par 5's and very long par 3's I don't think they are going to have the easy walk around Cherry Hills others do.

post #20 of 92

Everyone is just absolutely CRUSHING the ball so far. The driving average on the first couple holes for everyone has to be over 320. Something about that high altitude mumbo jumbo, I wasn't really paying attention. 

post #21 of 92

Jim Furyk, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth

 

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post #22 of 92
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Originally Posted by Crim View Post

Everyone is just absolutely CRUSHING the ball so far. The driving average on the first couple holes for everyone has to be over 320. Something about that high altitude mumbo jumbo, I wasn't really paying attention. 
Someone might shoot 59.
post #23 of 92
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Originally Posted by Dave2512 View Post
 

Number 8 looks brutal 276 yard par 3. With just two par 5's and very long par 3's I don't think they are going to have the easy walk around Cherry Hills others do.


It would be interesting to see a summary of what club the pros are using there

post #24 of 92
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It would be interesting to see a summary of what club the pros are using there


My guess is everything from 3w to long irons. They don't all have Rory's length. I heard the guys calling it say they were hitting 6-7i on the 199 yard par 3 on the front and that the longer guys may use an 8. They seem kind of puzzled at times, I see shots landing short.

post #25 of 92

Gary Woodland is playing well, but man, he always looks so tense standing over short-ish putts. 

post #26 of 92

I'm curious, how do most instructors feel about the stall in between the backswing and downswing that a few players have. Chris Kirk and Hideki Matsuyama for example. 

post #27 of 92

Jason Day rubbing his lower back a lot.  Just a personal tick?  or maybe he strained it..

post #28 of 92

Reed, Mahan, Simpson at the bottom of the leaderboard.....

post #29 of 92
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Reed, Mahan, Simpson at the bottom of the leaderboard.....

 

Eeesh.

post #30 of 92

3 birdies in a row for Rory. Moves to 5 under. Making it look easy. 

post #31 of 92
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Someone might shoot 59.
This was never said.
post #32 of 92

Webb +3. Mahan +5. Reed +6. Meanwhile, McIlroy, Kaymer and Rose are rolling. And people wonder why we are such big underdogs at the end of the month.

post #33 of 92
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Webb +3. Mahan +5. Reed +6. Meanwhile, McIlroy, Kaymer and Rose are rolling. And people wonder why we are such big underdogs at the end of the month.
....

Well at least KJ Choi is playing well, amirite??!
post #34 of 92
Cherry Hills didn't give up much. The golf gaggle guys dang near equated it to a putt putt contest a day ago. Greens and roughl ooked brutal. Pooring rain tonight so could be different.
post #35 of 92

Anybody else dissapointed yesterday when they turned on the tournament and saw a standard east of the Mississippi looking park layout?? I'm well aware not all of CO is dramatic mountain vistas but I figured if they were going to move the tournament out there, then it was going to be for a beautiful mountain course. Of all the great courses in that state, seems like they could have chosen a better and more scenic course than one in the south suburbs of Denver.

post #36 of 92
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Originally Posted by skydog View Post

Anybody else dissapointed yesterday when they turned on the tournament and saw a standard east of the Mississippi looking park layout?? I'm well aware not all of CO is dramatic mountain vistas but I figured if they were going to move the tournament out there, then it was going to be for a beautiful mountain course. Of all the great courses in that state, seems like they could have chosen a better and more scenic course than one in the south suburbs of Denver.

No. But I've seen Cherry Hills before.
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