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Comment from: Telecaster [Visitor] Email
It's pretty clear that "Phil the Thrill" needs to get way out on the edge to focus his game. Why else would this guy try shots in a match that most people would never attempt in practice? But it's great for golf, where so many pros button down their game tighter than Kenny Rodger's latest facelift.
04/10/08 @ 22:18
Comment from: Simon [Visitor]
I guess you could say it was a reasonably typical Phil round. However I don't get how it is a bad thing? Yeah on one and 13 he got lucky, even very lucky. But aside from that he played some very good golf, especially between the second hole and that second shot on 13. He missed birdie chance after birdie chance. So if you look at just 1 and 13 you might say he was clinging onto par, but if you look at all the chances he missed he could certainly be the leader right now.
04/11/08 @ 00:38

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