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As long as I hear ‘ and another birdie for Tiger’ I don’t need any crowds. 😃

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19 minutes ago, iacas said:

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Not quite Sunday pins but not much in the middle of the greens either. Slightly harder than yesterday. I like 12 and 13 especially 

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12 hours ago, iacas said:

There’s not a cut between round one and round two.

I meant they have to play 27 holes in a row and fatigue could be a problem. For example, Collin Morikawa played 9 holes this morning and just started the second round.

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6 minutes ago, khalespace said:

I meant they have to play 27 holes in a row and fatigue could be a problem. For example, Collin Morikawa played 9 holes this morning and just started the second round.

This kind of thing happens all of the time.  Go look up how many holes Tiger played in one day, while winning the 2005 Masters.  Go back a little in history and you will find that playing 36 holes on the last day of an event were common.  Then there is the US Amateur, which still plays a 36 hole match for the finals.

If playing 27 holes is a problem for a player then, IMO, they have no business being a pro golfer, let alone playing in the Masters.

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25 minutes ago, Beastie said:

Not quite Sunday pins but not much in the middle of the greens either. Slightly harder than yesterday. I like 12 and 13 especially 

Yeah, I think yesterday the holes were cut in the high spots of many greens given the rain.

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35 minutes ago, iacas said:

Yeah, I think yesterday the holes were cut in the high spots of many greens given the rain.

That makes sense. 

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35 minutes ago, Darkfrog said:

DJ is looking pretty sharp this morning.

He is looking serene, could shoot a low, low number today.

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Is there anything better than the Masters' website? I submit to you that there is NOT.

10 minutes ago, Beastie said:

He is looking serene, could shoot a low, low number today.

Jinxed him.

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14 minutes ago, colin007 said:

Is there anything better than the Masters' website? I submit to you that there is NOT.

Jinxed him.

Yup, twice! Sorry DJ

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JT hitting a tree and the ball ending up further away from the green on a punchout makes me feel better about all the times it happens to me.

Im and Ancer are doing well for their first Masters. I've heard that data predicts players don't start playing their best at ANGC after around 6 tournaments or something.

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1 hour ago, Darkfrog said:

JT hitting a tree and the ball ending up further away from the green on a punchout makes me feel better about all the times it happens to me.

Yes, but it also reminds me of the time I was in the trees and was going to have to pitch out to be about 30 yards further from the green than where I was in the trees.  I pushed my pitch out, hit a tree, and it ricocheted into the fairway, 20 yards closer to the green than I started.  I went on to bogey the hole, IIRC.

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