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Looks like it is playing easy for the pros.

A lot of low scoring yesterday and already today. If it stays like this till Sunday, I think the winning score may be -25ish

My picks are Garcia, Casey or Wilson

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Originally Posted by Kieran123

Looks like it is playing easy for the pros.

A lot of low scoring yesterday and already today. If it stays like this till Sunday, I think the winning score may be -25ish

My picks are Garcia, Casey or Wilson



25 under? I want some of whatever you're having

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I'm going Sunday. I'm just a little bit disappointed that neither Daly nor Michael Bradley made the cut, so now I'll be bouncing around all day.

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Originally Posted by The_Pharaoh

Sergio will choke over the weekend like he always does. It really is a shame, as I thought he was going to be the one to usurp Tiger.



Agreed.  I love to watch Sergio hit the ball, but turn up the heat and it's like watching a train wreck on the putting green.

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This might sounds stupid, but I have this feeling about Spencer Levin.  The young kid is fearless and doesn't care about anyone out there.  He improves every season.  I think he'll do well this week and go on to win an event later this year.  But for the Transitions, I gotta go with Sergio as well.

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Originally Posted by delav

Agreed.  I love to watch Sergio hit the ball, but turn up the heat and it's like watching a train wreck on the putting green.


I watched him at the Madrid Masters last year and his ball striking was out of this world. However, the moment he stepped on the green it was simply awful. On one of the first two rounds he shot 64 and if he'd been able to putt he would have broken 60 that's how good he was from T2G. The worse thing was he didn't even seem to care when he missed a putt. It was like he knew he wasn't going to hole it.

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Originally Posted by The_Pharaoh

Sergio will choke over the weekend like he always does. It really is a shame, as I thought he was going to be the one to usurp Tiger.



If there was such a thing as a golfer stock market, I would be being buying low on Sergio right now. He's going through a big slump right now, but I can't believe he has nothing left in his game at 31.

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Originally Posted by The_Pharaoh

The worse thing was he didn't even seem to care when he missed a putt. It was like he knew he wasn't going to hole it.



This is a great observation.  Watching him play, I get the feeling that he doesn't believe in his ability to hole putts as well.  You see quite a bit less emotion when putts are made/missed than other tour pros.

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I'm rooting for Sergio, he's always been one of my favorites, and it would be great to see him get his game back. He's too good to finish his career without a major.

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Originally Posted by jamo

I'm rooting for Sergio, he's always been one of my favorites, and it would be great to see him get his game back. He's too good to finish his career without a major.


I agree, I'd really love to see Sergio play up to his potential.

Unfortunately, today hasn't been kind to Sergio.

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Originally Posted by delav

I agree, I'd really love to see Sergio play up to his potential.

Unfortunately, today hasn't been kind to Sergio.



Nope. That's Sergio's weekend performance for you. What a shame.

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