Maybe to change the subject a little, while me and my buddies were enjoying a beer after our round and watching her play...We all thought that she had a really aggressive swing that looked like it was putting a lot of pressure on her back. I would be interested to know what a pro thinks about her swing. Obviously she is awesome at playing, but is that swing sustainable when she gets older? I know as I have gotten older, I personally have had to dial down my swing a bit so I don't have back and shoulder issues. I watch some of these players nowadays and I can't help but think of Tiger and his back, knee, problems. When I was watching In Gee Chun swing, it looked effortless. If I was to compare swings, I would say Chun's looked more sustainable and "pretty." Of course I am just an amateur...but just curious to what a pro would think?
Agree - If I go by the stats on pgatour.com then Day has made 245 of 247 (99.2%) 3" and less, 43 of 47 (91.5%) 3-4", and 27 or 34 (79.4%) 4-5"
So it is very misleading to include shorter putts into that stat - seeing it laid out like this it isn't shocking that he missed a 4"-ish putt.
I was once one who didn't care for the penalty and thought Lexi got screwed, yes mostly just not agreeing with viewers being able to call in. However, with an open mind I read Iacas' responses and really don't see any reasonable nor logical argument against what he said (wrote). 'Sympathy' for Lexi as I heard on the radio this morning, 'redemption.' Redemption for what? Hey, I'm always up for debating but when such a clear point is brought that isn't just an opinion but solid facts, it's a bit futile to continue. When both parties have only opinion the debating can be endless. I don't see this case as that any more. Lexi -1.