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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
1. Brilliantly written and lampooned blog entry. Should win an award or something. Especially liked the Christmas lights reference.

2. I'm not certain Tiger is out of it. I cannot believe that Trevor has four rounds in the 60s in him, much less under par. Holes that are easier in the early hours tighten up in the wee ones.

3. Remember how Jack never thought he was out of it? My guess is that Tiger's number is 66, to get to -11. If he hits it, I think that he'll win.
04/12/08 @ 22:13
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
No punctuation errors? Do I get a Ron Mon award???

But seriously, 20 mph winds tomorrow, nobody is shooting 66.
04/12/08 @ 22:19
Comment from: WP Newton [Visitor] Email
Great commentary. I was waiting all afternoon for Mickelson to make a move that didnt happen. Seems like when his chip shot hit the pin on one of the holes on the front nine he was never the same.

Young guns at the top sure look solid but I would never bet against Tiger...
04/12/08 @ 22:52
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Hey, he was due for an unlucky break after his Thursday and Friday miracle shots on 13 that stayed dry.
04/12/08 @ 23:19
Comment from: Jan [Visitor] Email
Tiger looked a little flustered on Sunday too. Perhaps the pressure of more being expected of them by themselves as well as the fans is too much for even Tiger. Most others were flustered on Sunday....and Immelman was lucky he had his six shot lead which give him credit, he played well to get.
04/14/08 @ 12:01

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