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Pics from Bridgestone Firestone WGC Wednesday Practice Round

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Realize we have a WGC tread but wanted to share some pics from yesterday's practice round:

1.  Sergio, Pablo and caddies share a laugh:

2. Someone asked for a shot of Martin Kaymer hitting a 3-wood.  How about a 7-iron to the 190 yard par 3 fifth hole?

3.  Jim Furyk approach on #10.  Fluff stands by and admires the shot that did get pretty close for Jim.

4.  Grahme McDowell urges his 3-wood to get out far enough to make the corner on #3.  He went back and hit driver which is the right club for him.

5.  Dustin practicing from the spinach behind #2.  Green slides away from the shot big time.

6.  Jordan Speith at practice area.  By 1:30 he still hadn't hit the course.

7.  Jason Day bombs one from the tee:

8.  Ricky Fowler hits approach into #9:

9.  Sergio Garcia on par 3 shot:

Have tons more still to be processed.  These are a few I liked.

dave

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Thanks for looking.  Appreciate the kind words after sharing some pics.  The Jordan Speith shot was pretty far away.  Probably 50 yards from my camera.  First time I'd seen him all day, too.  Glad I hung around long enough to get a couple shots of him.

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