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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Great round in Paul Casey's major championship history, yes...overall, no. Sorry. Bad timing (Friday, third-most important day.) No pressure (coming off a 77, what's he going to do and who cares.) NOW, if he repeats it on Saturday, we can discuss.

Four score and twenty minutes ago has a ring to it, for those dead valiant soldiers. That would be, what, about 100 minutes ago?

2007-06-16 @ 08:28
Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
I'm still looking for a screwball winner. None of the names I mentioned on Wednesday made the cut though. The real genius of Tiger came through on Friday as anyone else, given where he hit it, would have had a score starting with 8. The bogey he made on 2 was unreal. It was also amazing the +11 didn't get in as the only way was the unlikely birdie on 9 by Cabrera but it's much better this way. Only 63 players left. My favorite now is Baddeley whose short game rivals Woods.
2007-06-16 @ 11:41
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Oliver Sudden,

Never bet on Woods missing a cut anywhere.

I look for this to end in a playoff with three or more golfers involved.

Eight over par will get into the playoff.

Stephen Ames will be one of the guys in the playoff. Toms and Baddeley are two others who may be there.
2007-06-16 @ 12:29

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