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Louis goes to minus nine with a birdie at four. Louis says I am good, and I can prove it.

Woodland needing to wake up jumps into the Sea.

Reavie went 4 5 4. He did not hear my prediction.

Koepka and woodland continue to shine.

10 and 13 there shortly

Koepka makes the putt. Minus 10. Three out of four holes birdied.

Woodland looking sad, nails the approach.

 

Nails it!!!

 

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Show him how it's done Gary! #GaryGang #Rory'sOutOfIt #AnybodyButBrooks

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Rose 

Where is Rose?

There he is. 

18 footer 

Two rolls short

Woodland for birdie.

Does squatting help?

Short putt goes into the center.

THREE SHOT LEAD

 

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4 hours ago, ChrisP said:

Maybe I’m in the minority here, but I’m disappointed that the US Open is not a true US Open this week. I understand the weather has a lot to do with it, but I also feel the USGA has given in a little bit to the players demands of making the setup easier.

I'm right there with you. Part of me wishes the USGA had said "You don't like playing for $12M? Then piss off. There are thousands who have tried to take your place. We've made some mistakes, yes, but not nearly as many as you think and we're trying to create a difficult test, not a PGA Tour course setup. Suck it up and play golf, or don't. We don't very much care."

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The defense for Pebble is the sea breeze, which did not show up.

Koepka with his fourth birdie.

Rose into the rough, ball is just visible.

Woodland's approach says par is coming

Rose recovery is ok

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11 minutes ago, ChrisP said:

It’s a birdie fest at the US Open. Players got their wish. They got a much easier Open.

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they hired Jason Gore as the first-ever player relations director.

https://www.si.com/golf/2019/06/15/us-open-course-complaints-pebble-beach-positive

Whoever Jason Gore is, the dude earned his pay check. The article above is full of gushing player praise for Pebble this week.

 

Edited by ScouseJohnny

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Koepka par

Woodland par

Advantage woodland on the way to the park five sixth

Koepka at seven leaves a birdie try

Woodland drove at six in the fairway, in layup territory.

Rose abaft the bunkers on six

Koepka misses seven birdie try

Rose and Woodland should birdie six

No koepka birdie on Six and seven will be telling.

Woodland gets ball on the pitch, no birdie for you

Koepka will get at least a bogey or shoot a miracle at 8

Woodland in pot bunker looking at bogey.

Rose with a birdie try

Koepka will par. That could win him the cup

Woodland should par 7 after great recovery.

Koepka loses one at 8.

Rose misses birdie 12 footer goes by

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That was Tiger's lowest single-round score in the U.S. Open in 10 years. Pretty wild coming after 4 bogeys in his first 6 holes and 54 holes of bleh.

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5 minutes ago, jamo said:

That was Tiger's lowest single-round score in the U.S. Open in 10 years. Pretty wild coming after 4 bogeys in his first 6 holes and 54 holes of bleh.

Hard to believe the first 6 holes cost him all week. Scored +3 on them. Compare that to Woodland and Koepka who played them in -10. 

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