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I haven't seen a thread about it, so here it goes.

Perhaps the most talked about fall series tournament for quite some time.

My guess on Tiger: solid top-10 without really contending.

*edit* stuffed it to 3.5 feet on 1 for birdie

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It'll take time. I don't see him suddenly playing exceptional golf again and winning tournaments consistently. If he ever comes back, it will take time to get there
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Oosthuizen's swing is a thing of beauty. Cantlay playing really mature. Tiger showing some good and some bad signs - as expected.

But they could show some more players (on sky).

Im surprised there are no really low scores today.

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yes, made one good par save (~11 feet) but missed 2 really makeable ones for birdie + 1 horseshoe from 3 feet that led to bogey.

Now its looking like a double after a lost ball

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It's more like The Tiger Woods Show than the Fry's to be honest.

"Tiger's doing this wrong"

"Tiger used to do this"

"Tiger needs more reps"

"Tiger's changed this"

etc etc

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I'm confused. Here in the UK the love golf starts at 10:30pm (1hr 40mins time) and the leaderboard shows only yesterday's scores but above you guys are saying Tiger's making a move. Anyone know if we miss the first half of the golf in the UK? :-(
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