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Does Fox have a deal with Snedeker or something? They show him an awful lot for a guy who is over par.

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1 minute ago, ChrisP said:

Does Fox have a deal with Snedeker or something? They show him an awful lot for a guy who is over par.

ryan reynolds ugh GIF

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1 minute ago, ChrisP said:

Does Fox have a deal with Snedeker or something? They show him an awful lot for a guy who is over par.

He is their Ben Hogan.

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8 minutes ago, Missouri Swede said:

Just starting to catch up on the dvr.  Not even an hour in and Azinger already mentioned that “invisible pull of the ocean” on putts. :doh:

Is that anything like the invisible pull of gravity on butts?

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So far, a solid opening round for Tiger. He’s not the fastest of starters, so if he can get anything -2 or better, he’s set up nicely for the next few days.

Edit: crap I jinxed him.

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He should've laid up to a comfortable full swing wedge distance.

Lol I can't believe he made that

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Tiger's par on #14 just like he drew it up:  first two shots were nice, then he thinned his bunker shot, pitched to a two dozen feet or so, nailed the putt.  

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2 minutes ago, colin007 said:

He should've laid up to a comfortable full swing wedge distance.

Lol I can't believe he made that

He’s making me crazy!!!!!

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The one thing I can't help but notice from the highlights of Tiger in 2000: for some reason, his right arm sleeves are much longer than his left arm sleeves. You can see it here: http://usga.usopen.com/2005/images/wallpaper/tigerfistpump-1024x768.jpg

(It's not letting me embed it. There's also plenty more on google images.)

His left sleeve falls above his elbow, the right sleeve falls a few inches below it. When you see it on video it's more apparent and you can tell it's not the camera angle or him pulling the left sleeve up (or at least not entirely). 

 

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8 minutes ago, jamo said:

The one thing I can't help but notice from the highlights of Tiger in 2000: for some reason, his right arm sleeves are much longer than his left arm sleeves. You can see it here: http://usga.usopen.com/2005/images/wallpaper/tigerfistpump-1024x768.jpg

(It's not letting me embed it. There's also plenty more on google images.)

His left sleeve falls above his elbow, the right sleeve falls a few inches below it. When you see it on video it's more apparent and you can tell it's not the camera angle or him pulling the left sleeve up (or at least not entirely). 

 

They're the same length. He hitches up the one sleeve. Those uber baggy shirts and pleated pants were siiiiiick

Apparently, Stevie Wonder cuts Henrik Stenson's hair...

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7 minutes ago, colin007 said:

They're the same length. He hitches up the one sleeve. Those uber baggy shirts and pleated pants were siiiiiick

Apparently, Stevie Wonder cuts Henrik Stenson's hair...

I know he hitches the left one up, but there are some pictures where you can tell one isn't hitches and they still look very uneven. 

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Just now, jamo said:

I know he hitches the left one up, but there are some pictures where you can tell one isn't hitches and they still look very uneven. 

He is slumping his right shoulder...

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12 minutes ago, colin007 said:

Apparently, Stevie Wonder cuts Henrik Stenson's hair...

Can we give him Tommy Fleetwood's phone number?

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