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Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
When you analyze the swing of many tour players you see that they stand too close to the ball AFTER they hit it with the driver which makes it rough on 7,500 yard courses as you pointed out. To me it looks like Tiger is just too good right now underlined by the fact his adjusted stroke average was 1.5 less than second last year. So if he won all the events I wouldn't be surprised. I enjoyed wagering on golf when I thought Tiger was off his game and felt prices on other players were way too high but not now. If I were able to play I would participate in the field minus Tiger pools.
2008-01-24 @ 18:55
Comment from: PGA Punter [Member] Email
Fair point Oliver but the thing you have to be wary of in the winner without market is the possibility of ties which you don't get in the winner market.
2008-01-25 @ 04:06

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