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7 minutes ago, RFKFREAK said:

Master's app or Master's website has the broadcast.

Thank You!

BTW --- WRBL does have a METV sub-channel where the CBS feed could have been placed unblemished, but they didn't think of that option!
Folks are racing a little hell on their Facebook page.

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Tiger and par fives is something else. Keep it on the fairway! 

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Damn, where was this Rory the last three days.  Starts on 10, through 7 holes got an eagle and a birdie.  No stupid dropped shots 😲

 

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I thought Ian Poulter's approach would keep rolling towards the pin, but evidently the golf course feels the same way about him that we do.

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3 minutes ago, pganapathy said:

Damn, where was this Rory the last three days.  Starts on 10, through 7 holes got an eagle and a birdie.  No stupid dropped shots 😲

 

Maybe he’s putting too much pressure on himself. Today there’s no pressure and he can free wheel it.

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1 minute ago, ChrisP said:

Maybe he’s putting too much pressure on himself. Today there’s no pressure and he can free wheel it.

IIRC, the same thing happened two years back as well where he played phenomenally on the Sunday

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Loving Tiger's approach on #3.  

I hate Finau's approach on #3, especially because people are going to use it as an example of why you should lay up to a full wedge distance. :-( 

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2 minutes ago, Shindig said:

I hate Finau's approach on #3, especially because people are going to use it as an example of why you should lay up to a full wedge distance. :-( 

Not a great lie and a bad angle to come in from to that flag. Was actually a half decent effort. If you're hitting driver on that hole, you have to come in from the right. Compare the Finau miss vs. the Koepka miss.

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Can already see the flags ripple in the wind out there. 

Birdie on 3!

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