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  1. Still wouldn't call this the tournament of his life when it's not even half over, he hasn't won anything yet and he's won 3 of the last 7 majors. Again, saying tournament of his life implies something he's never done before or could be expected to in the future.
  2. He won the 2017 US Open by 4 shots. The point is, he's not having the week of his life, like say Lucas Glover did, he has several times shown the ability to win majors.This is not something he hasn't demonstrated before.
  3. Hasn't he already done that 3 times in the last 2 years?
  4. Yes, but no one arguing the other side said the bar is 100% responsible as you posted.
  5. I don't think a single poster has exclaimed an opinion that the bar was solely responsible.
  6. Yikes...I can't even begin to say how wrong this thought process is.
  7. Rahm is really off. Spieth is playing okay, but his irons aren't tight. DJ looks like he has a run in him.
  8. No, it was a two putt after a poor chip.
  9. But, over the course of their careers, there is no denying that Rory has a much better closer rate than DJ, who has blown many more major championships than he has won. And Rory never grabbed the lead in last year's Masters; he had to play catch up and couldn't do it. Rory just let one major go when he had a lead at some time during the final round. Otherwise, he's closed the deal the 4 other times he was there. DJ has what, like 4 or 5 4th blown 4th round leads (or ties for) in majors with only the one win.
  10. Bobby, Arnie, Jack and Tiger. Impact on the game carries a lot of weight for me, hence the reason Palmer is on mine despite several players winning more majors.
  11. True. However, I still trust Rory to close out a major more than DJ.
  12. Um, not a local rule, it's the rule: 26-1a and b. You have to go back to the point he ball last crossed the margin of the hazard, so your only options are to either replay the shot or got to the designated drop zone.
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