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About rfan2

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  1. He’ll find a way to make the cut, but will still be trying to find a way of fixing his swing woes. I say a top 25 for tiger.
  2. No, I chalk it up to tournament rust. Also, his head isn’t screwed straight at the moment. Tiger has been under immense pressure for the past 5 month’s more so off the course than on. Give it time, he’ll be back.
  3. I think he needs to go back to the belly putter that gave him so much success back in ’07.
  4. Tiger's "Better Than Most!" Triple breaker @ the infamous 17th.
  5. I think they are all equally difficult with their own set of challenges. But if I had to pick one it would be the US Open. Talk about damage control, there is no room for error. Pars are like birdes, ect.,,,,,
  6. Swing easy, and remember to breathe. "Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right." Henry Ford
  7. Having short term memory loss helps. But kidding aside, I try not to take myself too seriously when playing. I can’t expect a lot from myself when I am not prepared. In the immortal words of Gary Player, "the more I practice the luckier I get.”
  8. DITTO! People tend to play in their comfort zone and not work on their weaknesses. People need to learn how to breathe when their on the course. Getting tense is a swing killer.
  9. I’m a consultant in the manufacturing industry.