Joined: Sun Mar 15, 2009 11:44 am Posts: 16165 Location: Foxborough, Massachusetts
lefty goldblatt wrote:
That mist rolling in (NO, I'm not trying to be Paul McCartney) is going to be a great leveller.
Very much doubt it, I think it will be gone by the time the leaders go out, if not just after.
Looking forward to this, not a fan of courses where the most under par wins, prefer ones like this where the best all round player/the one who makes the least mistakes wins, gonna have a few becks and enjoy this until 3.30
Tiger wins for the 3rd time this year with a final score of -8 at Congressional. He was very good today bar 1 hole. Luckily Bo Van Pelt was equally as bad on the same hole. This win also moves Tiger to 2nd on the all time wins list, 1 ahead of Jack and now 8 behind Sam Snead. He's not fully back yet but every win will give him more confidence that he can make it.
Joined: Fri Feb 05, 2010 5:25 pm Posts: 5435 Location: South Stand.....bored
#### a duck, McDowell. That was almost capitulation, around the turn. Fair enough, he got a few bad breaks, early on, BUT, THAT shot into the trees was horrific. Was hoping to be picking up £200 tomorrow. Now I'm getting jumpy for his e/w place
Thanks for the memories, Tony.
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