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I was at the tournament today; didn't see tiger around, but got really close to everyone else.  The course had very few spectators.  Good time.  The only nice tour player we came across (out of almost the entire field) was Joe Ogilvie, he was very nice to the fans.

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I wish Tiger would just go back to Harmon.   When he was with Butch he was winning majors by 10 shots.   Enough of this Haney & Foley nonsense.

Oh ... kay.

Maybe the greens at Augusta are a bit different than the carpet in your home?

There were a lot of low scores today! I missed the broadcast because of work.  Were they saying why so many players were able to get into the low to mid 60s? Just easier flag positions?

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I'll be rooting for Adam Scott. Go Broomstick!

Scott's wetting the bed. At least the guys at the top of the leaderboard are playing well today though; Watney is -3. Overton is -4, Allenby -5, Howell -3.

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Fowler was top of the leaderboard for a short while

Originally Posted by jamo

Scott's wetting the bed. At least the guys at the top of the leaderboard are playing well today though; Watney is -3. Overton is -4, Allenby -5, Howell -3.



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Originally Posted by iacas

Fowler: failing to live up to the hype once again.



Yeah I was really hoping he could get it done today.  Oh well he still has plenty of time to win some tournaments.

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In an interview today he basically said he's taking it day to day and hasn't decided when he'll be back.  His demeanor during the interview was good, but given the lack of specifics I'd say he's still at least a month away from coming back.  I wasn't sure how he'd react to the comment that compared his left knee to Joan Rivers face with regard to number of surgeries, but he took it well.

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