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

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Jon Rahm just hit second shot on #8, a wood that barely got off the ground, hooked into the trees, tried to punch out and hit a tree and now the ball is in further trouble.  I will probably have something similar happen next time I play, so that sequence is going into my memory box for encouragement as needed.

Same with Tiger's putt/chip that barely got on the green on #13. 

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I am oddly rooting for DJ to close this thing out here. He's been so good for so long. He simply doesn't feel like a one-time major champion to me and this would be a much deserved feather in his cap. What a talent he is. Freak among freaks. 

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Im just made a birdie at 11 of which Ben Hogan would have approved, by chipping in from right of the green.

IIRC, Hogan said that wasn't a green to go for in regulation.  Of course, things were different then, both in capability and understanding.

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47 minutes ago, JetFan1983 said:

I am oddly rooting for DJ to close this thing out here. He's been so good for so long. He simply doesn't feel like a one-time major champion to me and this would be a much deserved feather in his cap. What a talent he is. Freak among freaks. 

I don’t mind DJ winning. He’s been one of the best for a few years now and has had some chances slip away in the final round.

Him or Justin Thomas is fine, now that Tiger seems to be out of it.

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1 hour ago, JetFan1983 said:

I am oddly rooting for DJ to close this thing out here. He's been so good for so long. He simply doesn't feel like a one-time major champion to me and this would be a much deserved feather in his cap. What a talent he is. Freak among freaks. 

He's not a one time major winner in my book

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11 minutes ago, colin007 said:

He's not a one time major winner in my book

I’m not sure your book is accurate then. One win, quire a few seconds places. He looks serene again today, beautiful golf. 

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1 hour ago, Beastie said:

I’m not sure your book is accurate then. One win, quire a few seconds places. He looks serene again today, beautiful golf. 

In my book, he won at Whistling Straights. 

Anyways, dude is exuding huge BDE and I hope he walks away with it tomorrow.

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1 hour ago, colin007 said:

In my book, he won at Whistling Straights. 

So you have him not only not breaching the rules on the 18th, but also winning the resulting three-man playoff?

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3 hours ago, colin007 said:

In my book, he won at Whistling Straights. 

Anyways, dude is exuding huge BDE and I hope he walks away with it tomorrow.

Lol, I'll go as far as to say he should've won there. Crazy he also has five additional seconds in majors as well. 

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I was just looking at the 2019 leaderboard, and boy, it's a bit hard not to be a tad disappointed with the names at the top this year....

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8 hours ago, colin007 said:

In my book, he won at Whistling Straights. 

Anyways, dude is exuding huge BDE and I hope he walks away with it tomorrow.

He was unlucky, but made a mistake. It’ll be a huge year if he does win, and in 2020 it’ll be the first time a positive test for DJ didn’t fall him foul of the tour. 
I hope he wins and par might even do it but if he breaks 70 then no one will catch him.

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DJ hit 16 greens in the 3rd round and 14/14 fairways. That’s a recipe for stress free golf for sure.

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18 hours ago, Darkfrog said:

Is it just me, or does the rough (er, I mean second cut 🙄) seem longer/deeper than usual?

Tiger said it was playing like a “3rd cut” in his post round.😀

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3 hours ago, Beastie said:

DJ hit 16 greens in the 3rd round and 14/14 fairways. That’s a recipe for stress free golf for sure.

 

It was a low-event round.  Not a lot of need for par saves going on. 

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