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Like others have said, BK looks great early.  He looks like the Terminator.

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1 hour ago, David in FL said:

Yep.  Mine is good 

Has it ever gone out?

Mine goes out every 15 minutes, then takes 15 to come back. I've tried Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Avast.

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Lots of ads on the stream. Like 5 minutes long. Spoiled by The Masters. That's how you do it.

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Koepka to 5 under!

17 minutes ago, Crim said:

Has it ever gone out?

Mine goes out every 15 minutes, then takes 15 to come back. I've tried Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Avast.

Nope.  Knock on wood!

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Ok Koepka. We get it, you’re good. Now stop birdie’ing every hole so we have a tournament this weekend. Geesh.

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6 minutes ago, David in FL said:

Koepka to 5 under!

Nope.  Knock on wood!

 Same for me. I get the 3 minutes of commercials every now and then but the streaming has not failed yet.....and I have crappy East Texas country internet too.

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Tiger bouncing back nice. Gotta give him credit. The train was slipping off the tracks after the 17th, but he's gotten it back on and should be back at Even here in a second.

Edit: Okay, he one up'd me. Make that eagle and -1. Shouldn't have doubted him.

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Woods, "Flips the switch!"

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1 hour ago, ChrisP said:

Koepka seems to be brimming with confidence. Every shot just seems spot on.

Yeah. Just not a fan.

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Play not as slow as I thought it would be. Early guys finishing rounds in under 5 hours. Looks like the Tiger group may finish in less than that as well. Haven't been out there four hours yet and they only have four holes left after this one.

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Well, as good as that eagle was on 4, it was as crappy of a bogey on 5. Yuck.

And of course Koepka birdies.....again. 

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Just awful

These 3 putts are inexcusable. This isn't Shinnecock greens

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Tiger to Even while Brooks goes to -6. Hmmmmm.

Then misses the fairway with an iron.

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