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Who do you guys have winning it this year? I have a feeling Tiger wins it. I am sure he is pissed about the Masters.
Tiger does not play well at Sawgrass. Course does not suit his game. He's a Top Ten if he plays well.
"Playing here is the closest thing to heaven on earth..." - Brian Rolle
I considered that but I just get that feeling.
My dark horse pick is Bill Haas. He has been playing pretty well this year. Would like to see him get a TPC.
This post was edited by Boner 14 months ago
Good pick. A lot of times a surprise wins. Not a nobody, just a surprise kind of guy. Sergio. Adam Scott. Henrik Stenson.
Going with that theme, I'm going to take Matt Kuchar. Has the length. A natural Right to Left flight. And he is accurate.
My luck though Kuchar will finish T-40. But still be smiling.
I think Kuchar will do well but I don't think wins again this year. Wouldn't be upset if he did though.
Surprised the Tiger lovers haven't bumped this with him being in contention.
I'm going on Sunday. If Tiger is in the lead or close to it I will follow him for all 18.
He will choke
This post was edited by The Doak 14 months ago
Possibly, but he looked really comfortable. The fact that he didn't force anything(keeping the driver in the bag some holes and not going for every par 5 in 2) with such a low score already on the board shows he's got a gameplan.
I actually think that might have cost him so far. This course has played fairly easy so far. It will only get tougher from here.
If somebody is gonna shoot 6-9 under every round you're not gonna catch them no matter what you do, not making the big mistake and consistently getting to 3-5 under should win you most tournaments.
They have 3 straight times only to have egg in their face....prolly good to wait until after Sunday
I get that. Just think he might have left a few opportunities out there. I agree if he keeps this up for 4 days he is either winning or right there at the top.
Course will get harder like you said, I think the winning score will be 12-13 under. I think McIllroy had a better ball striking day so I think he'll win it.
Edit: haven't watched any today but just checked the scoreboard, no way it's as low as 12-13 to win now lol
This post was edited by SCirish843 14 months ago
Sergio is on fire today.
Will be interesting to see what the guys in the afternoon do. Course usually gets tougher in the afternoon as the greens dry out.
Cheaters never win
Just 77 times
I Ain't got no Worries - Lebron James
Maybe if he stops cheating like he did at the Masters he will add to that total.
So you're the lonely SOB that called him in
it was actually a member of the Champions Tour that call in the penalty.
If you think Tiger intentionally cheated, I think you're an idiot. He made a mistake with a rule that is pretty strange. It happens. Get over it.
Hadnt' been on tBB for a few days but I'll take Tiger. Before thursday I wouldn't have said that, but he is hitting the ball pure. His swing is looking in top form. He's winning.
You Tiger haters are in for a bad 4 - 6 years. Tiger has his swing back in form, and its doubtful he goes through another serious swing change in the future. He's going to be winning....a LOT
Teein' Off on Links
Tiger/Sergio final pairing on Saturday. That will be good TV.
He better not change his swing again. It's just starting to get good again
...Tiger hasn't won a major in 5 years but now he is going to kill the tour? OK, buddy.
This post was edited by bamabum5 14 months ago
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