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2019 PGA Championship

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Yeah Koepka looks dominant right now. These are the tough holes, too, he’s beating up.

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The live feed only works a few seconds at a time for me. Ive given up on it. 

You'd think whoever manages the feed would anticipate a just few people wanting to watch tigers first appearance since the Masters...

Edited by Groucho Valentine

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They just mentioned that the expected pace of play is 5 hours, and they’re already falling behind...

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2 minutes ago, Groucho Valentine said:

The live feed only works a few seconds at a time for me. Ive given up on it. 

You'd think whoever manages the feed would anticipate a just few people wanting to watch tigers first appearance since the Masters...

Yeah, the PGA sure has pooped the bed with their streaming, thus far.  Let's hope they get their act together.

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Just now, turtleback said:

Yeah, the PGA sure has pooped the bed with their streaming, thus far.  Let's hope they get their act together.

Mine has been perfect.

I probably shouldn’t say anything, or I’m gonna risk retribution from the streaming gods!

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Mine doesn’t do anything. Back to watching the talking heads 😕

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Yeah, don't try this at home. There are still spectators on the right vulnerable to a ricochet, but these are professionals.

 

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16 minutes ago, David in FL said:

They just mentioned that the expected pace of play is 5 hours, and they’re already falling behind...

I think they’re pretty much on track. Rickie teed off at 8:02 and he’s almost through 9.

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12 minutes ago, David in FL said:

Tiger makes a really good birdie on 15...

...and makes a good par save on 16 to keep from giving it back

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18 minutes ago, David in FL said:

...and makes a good par save on 16 to keep from giving it back

 Then followed it up with a double...... That rough is....well, rough!

Edited by JeepXJ98

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16 minutes ago, David in FL said:

Sloppy double on 17.  Just a bad tee shot on the par-3...

Three feet from being pretty damn good. That green isn't very deep.

The three putt was much worse than the tee shot.

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5 minutes ago, iacas said:

Three feet from being pretty damn good. That green isn't very deep.

The three putt was much worse than the tee shot.

 Agree. You cannot 3-putt and score well.....I know first-hand how true this is..... they all missed that green by a very small margin.

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