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Notice the cart has no roof, so John's got to at least experience the elements... rain, sun, heat from the sun... just as the others.

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12 minutes ago, colin007 said:

He's a disgrace.

Lol. A bit harsh. Imo he’s just worn out the gig. Yeah we get it, he likes beer, gambling, Hooters and wears loud pants. I guess there are those who still laugh when Larry the Cable Guy says ‘Git ‘er done.’ But I personally have no interest in seeing JD play golf anymore. Especially riding around in a cart. 

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That's a big pile of gloves. Looks like it won't be too wet though, the next four days.

 

 

 

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OK, I take it back, this rough looks gnarly.

 

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Only part that stinks is tv doesn’t start until 1pm. A lot of the premiere morning groups begin around 8am, so assuming the rounds last 5 hours, they’ll be finishing up when they come on air. We’ll prolly get Tiger when he has two holes left.

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1 hour ago, ChrisP said:

Only part that stinks is tv doesn’t start until 1pm. A lot of the premiere morning groups begin around 8am, so assuming the rounds last 5 hours, they’ll be finishing up when they come on air. We’ll prolly get Tiger when he has two holes left.

PGA.com will be livestreaming two featured groups on Thursday and Friday morning. I would assume one of the groups will be Tiger's group tomorrow.

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Yep.

2019 PGA Championship Round 1 Tee Times For Feature Groups

Tee Time (ET)    Group
7:40 a.m.*     Sergio Garcia, Kelly Kraft, Adam Scott
8:02 a.m.*     Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, Justin Rose
8:24 a.m.*     Brooks Koepka, Francesco Molinari, Tiger Woods
12:43 p.m.     Tony Finau, Billy Horschel, Ian Poulter
1:16 p.m.     Jon Rahm, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth
1:27 p.m.     Pat Perez, Kevin Kisner, Bryson DeChambeau
1:38 p.m.     Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, Jason Day
1:38 p.m.*     Danny Willett, Webb Simpson, Zach Johnson

PGA.com stream times:

Thursday, May 16  8:30a-7p (PGA.com)
Friday, May 17  8:30a-7p (PGA.com)
Saturday, May 18  11a-7p (PGA.com) / 2p-7p
Sunday, May 19  11a-7p (PGA.com)

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4 hours ago, Zeph said:

8:24 a.m.*     Brooks Koepka, Francesco Molinari, Tiger Woods

Last three major winners in one group! 

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It’s early yet but already the 10th hole looks brutal. Not a good hole to start your round on. Guys making a mess of it. Fowler and Rose are right now.

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2 hours ago, boogielicious said:

Last three major winners in one group! 

PGA always does that.

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Tiger starts off with the classic double bogey on his first hole.

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49 minutes ago, ChrisP said:

It’s early yet but already the 10th hole looks brutal. Not a good hole to start your round on. Guys making a mess of it. Fowler and Rose are right now.

Omg, can anyone actually watch the live feed!? Mine won't work. 

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23 minutes ago, Crim said:

Omg, can anyone actually watch the live feed!? Mine won't work. 

Yep.  Mine is good 

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Tiger definitely looks rusty so far. Could be a round where he tries to survive and get in with a manageable score somewhere close to Even, like +1 or +2. Some birdie opps coming on front side.

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