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DID NOT need my son to see Sergio throw his club into the woods...

True, but it was funny to watch him act like the bitch we all know he is, LOL

Damn rain , well at least we get to see Sergio throw his club into the woods again while we wait for round 2, woooo hoooo HAHAHAHA
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Sergio Garcia, (El Niño), even though he’s a spoiled brat, I still like him. His life style is just what I would do if I was in his shoes at his age. Why not, we only go around once, this is not a dress rehearsal. Throwing clubs into the woods is done by us all at one time or another, but how about spitting into the cup…….

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Sergio is one of the best drivers in the world. He normally works the ball from right to left with amazing control. Even on tight courses, he isn’t afraid to hit woods off the tee. This is partly why his performance in majors, where fairways are skinnier and the rough unforgiving, can run so hot and cold. The areas he needs to work on are his iron play and putting.
Sergio is an emotional athlete. He has, however, learned to channel his anger, his excitement, and his adrenaline in positive ways, and obviously he adores the pressure of the big stage. Sergio’s temper is his Achilles heel, but he is learning to downshift when it begins to affect his game. He’ll never be a robotic golfer, though, for in the end it is emotion that fuels his game.
Another problem Sergio has, and I wish we had the same, is the ladys. He’s been known to tell his caddy to go over to some chick in the crowd and tell her to meet him in the bar at a certain time.

I used to have a temper when I was a kid, still do now, 50 years later. I’ve still thrown a club, just recently. Basically, it’s because I know I can hit the ball better and don’t. Case closed.
Well see what happens after this rain. It seems 8 out my ten will make the cut. I’d love to see Duval play well, he needs it and would be great for him to win.
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I'm still amazed over his distances. He's 180 yards from the hole and pulls out an 8 iron, but too often hits a poor shot and ends up mad at himself.
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DID NOT need my son to see Sergio throw his club into the woods...

The poor lad will be scarred for life. The memory of this incident will haunt him forever and make him a bad sport. And there is nothing you can do to avoid it. But....on the other hand....why not just say "See how stupid he looks now?" That's why you don't throw clubs.
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The poor lad will be scarred for life. The memory of this incident will haunt him forever and make him a bad sport. And there is nothing you can do to avoid it.

haha... yup, pretty much what I said. But I'm watching the 3rd round coverage on the Golf Channel tonight, and all they are showing is Sergio... aren't there any other players on the course, I don't want to watch or have my son watching his crappy swing and his on course antics... time to change the channel I guess

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Anyone else notice that Steve Wheatcroft dropped out of the hazard on the 17th at the wrong spot? His ball hit the bank inside the hazard and then kicked in the water but he played it as if it hit outside the hazard and bounced in. The commentators said the officials were reviewing the shot but I guess they eventually ruled it landed outside the haz and bounced in even though it was clear on my TV that he was no where near landing outside the haz. It's a moot point because he missed the cut, but I was just curious it anyone else saw it.

The funny thing was I was explaining the rule of a lateral hazard to my wife while watching this shot and that is how I noticed it.
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Near the start of round four a banner towing airplane started circling the course. It started with "Score like Tiger" and then had a web site. All of the pros teeing off on #1 were laughing about it. It's sad that Tiger scoring is now associated with something else.
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It's a shame bohn has had to battle some injuries over the past few years. I think he would have had a much better tour career if he didn't have the wrist problem. He definitely has a lot of game and if I'm not mistaken he shot a 58 or 59 to win a canadian tour event years ago. Plus the story about him hitting the hole in one to win a million dollars was a pretty cool.
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Near the start of round four a banner towing airplane started circling the course. It started with "Score like Tiger" and then had a web site. All of the pros teeing off on #1 were laughing about it.

Well until his tally of majors gets back ahead of his tally of affairs then I'm afraid that's gonna be the case

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Near the start of round four a banner towing airplane started circling the course. It started with "Score like Tiger" and then had a web site. All of the pros teeing off on #1 were laughing about it. It's sad that Tiger scoring is now associated with something else.

It's his own fault, and if I was tee'ing off on Tea Olive and saw that, I'd lmfao too

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