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Should Louis Have Laid Up on #18 at Torrey?


Should Louis had Lay-Up on #18?  

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I agree with him laying up. But he made a mistake on the layup by hitting it too close to the green. He needed to lay back and hit a full shot just beyond the pin with backspin. That would have been his best chance at eagle. 

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It wasn’t a particularly good lie, either. I believe that’s what they said on the broadcast. I think he made the right play. What he needed to do was not put himself in a situation where h

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I forgot how he reacted to the eventual birdie.  Probably the most disappointed "I just made a birdie on the 72nd hole of the U.S. Open" ever.

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