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1 minute ago, BallStriker said:

How you feeling if you are the guy that dropped 85k on Tiger to win about a week ago in Vegas........14-1

That was probably @colin007! 😉

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2 minutes ago, jamo said:

Wow, Cantlay in the lead. 

 

1 minute ago, Binh Nguyen said:

Cantlay is leading now. Whole new ball game

Major letdown if he wins.

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2 minutes ago, Binh Nguyen said:

Cantlay is leading now. Whole new ball game

And he might get in the clubhouse before the heavy rains, and the changes that brings to the course

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1 minute ago, RFKFREAK said:

 

Major letdown if he wins.

Maybe, but to win he'd have to have shot 64-64 in the weekend at a major when he's never had a top-10 in a major before.  

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3 minutes ago, BallStriker said:

Not for Patrick Cantlay

True. :-$

Xander ties the lead.  I like him so won't be a letdown (for me) if he wins it.

2 minutes ago, Wally Fairway said:

And he might get in the clubhouse before the heavy rains, and the changes that brings to the course

Just thinking ahead that if there's a playoff, I'd imagine that will likely happen on Monday, right?

@ChrisP, what's the latest weather forecast?

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Just feels like it could be Schauffele. Going under the radar and away from the action. A lot of times those are the ones who win it.

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2 minutes ago, Shindig said:

Maybe, but to win he'd have to have shot 64-64 in the weekend at a major when he's never had a top-10 in a major before.  

Leading with only a few holes to play.  His odds aren't that bad. 

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Did they stop the tradition of calling holes by floral names?  I mean, I don't really do it except for Firethorn, and not even then all the time either. 

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2 minutes ago, ChrisP said:

Just feels like it could be Schauffele. Going under the radar and away from the action. A lot of times those are the ones who win it.

Yeah, but now he's got all eyes on him in a major and the pressure that comes with it.

It'll be interesting to see how he responds.

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