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You're a young player and you've watched Tiger your whole life.  He's your idol.  Now you're playing and he's there watching you.  Could that make you more nervous than you would be otherwise?  And could that actually make you play worse?

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2 minutes ago, DeadMan said:

I think I might switch and root for the internationals. 

I always root for the underdog.  Then when the underdog takes the lead I root for the new underdog.

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Right now as I write this (Saturday morning 4-ball) they're on holes 13, 14, 15 and 16 and we're behind in 3 of the 4 matches.  Oh boy!  This could really turn out to be some humiliation.  Yesterday, we did make a great comeback.  Let's hope our guys can do the same today.  This is pretty pathetic so far.

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So, we could only get 1-1/2 points this morning (out of the 4 points available) and we're now down 9 to 5.  Can we win all the 4 points this afternoon (their time) to tie it up?  I can't tell a lie:  I think we'll be lucky to get 2 points.  What happened to the strong team we were supposed to have?  

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2 minutes ago, Sandy Divot said:

I can just hear Reed in the team room, "Come on, Webb! You're killing me!"

Well he does have a way of alienated people.  I imagine in a couple of years the only caddy he will be able to retain is the one Kucher used in Mexico a year ago.

John

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Good to see the international team playing well....when these things get too one-sided or predictable, they just aren’t interesting and lose relevance. An international win would be a good thing for this event. 

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I do admit that courses like these make the game very entertaining to watch.

John

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9 minutes ago, 70sSanO said:

I do admit that courses like these make the game very entertaining to watch.

John

Plenty to like about Royal Melbourne, but especially fond of the firm and fast conditions. Makes for creative shotmaking!

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It's the toilet water swirling the wrong way.  It messes with your head.

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