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  • knickerbockerknickerbocker Pipe Dreamer Members  3457WRX Points: 204Handicap: 3.8Posts: 3,457 Titanium Tees
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    Anyone see Rick Reilly's piece on ESPN.com on how he thinks Tiger is back<br />
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    Makes me sick...<br />
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    Coming from the same guy who wrote Tiger was just another golfer now last week. <br />
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    Pretty much locked up my hatred for Reilly.
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    I have usually defended ESPN on most things but I really can't bring myself to on their hiring of Reilly. Don't think I've ever read an article of his I liked, and I try to read most of them.
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    So to see that he was able to seemingly maintain the strength he had despite being injured is freaky to you?<br />
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    Go ahead thinking that was weird, won't bother me, I think you're grasping at the straws a little.<br />
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    Was it weird for people to notice AK getting fat?<br />
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    So, what you're really saying is you're worried more about Todd Graham and Pitt's new offense and how it'll destroy the Big East? chuckle chuckle, nudge nudge.
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  • TheRebornTheReborn Members  74WRX Points: 0Posts: 74
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    Whew those shoes aren't getting it done.<br />
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    Anyway, I'm glad to see that he has a swing that he trusts to get him the distance he wants without snapping his knee. Very solid round overall, especially after the time off. Once he gets those iron distances down he'll be ready to go.<br />
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    And somebody please get him some pants that breathe. He's going to sweat his a$$ to death.
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  • tbowles411tbowles411 ClubWRX  25689WRX Points: 839Handicap: GolfPosts: 25,689 Titanium Tees
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    TheReborn wrote:
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    Whew those shoes aren't getting it done.<br />
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    Anyway, I'm glad to see that he has a swing that he trusts to get him the distance he wants without snapping his knee. Very solid round overall, especially after the time off. Once he gets those iron distances down he'll be ready to go.<br />
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    And somebody please get him some pants that breathe. He's going to sweat his a$$ to death.<br />
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    Yeah, he needs to work on the pants thing. You'd think Nike can make some Dri-Fit pants or something!
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  • coozapaloozacoozapalooza Members  1308WRX Points: 116Handicap: 9.3Posts: 1,308 Platinum Tees
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    gators78 wrote:
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    So, what you're really saying is you're worried more about Todd Graham and Pitt's new offense and how it'll destroy the Big East? chuckle chuckle, nudge nudge.<br />
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    So, what you're really saying is you're worried more about Todd Graham and Pitt's new offense and how it'll destroy the Big East? chuckle chuckle, nudge nudge.<br />
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    Dana is awesome. Tech's offense went downhill after he left.
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  • boriqua'72boriqua'72 Members  717WRX Points: 0Posts: 717
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    I actually loved the shoes... they looked urban and athletic... and light. Good look... if you're going to call golf a sport at least try and play the part.
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  • dso1986dso1986 Members  300WRX Points: 0Posts: 300
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    my thoughts on tiger winning again, " He'll never win at golf again, because his weight displacement goes back, all his weight is on his right foot, and he'll push everything off to the right. He'll never come through on anything. He'll quit the game."<br />
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  • pt_golferpt_golfer Members  396WRX Points: 0Posts: 396
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    just looked at golf digest and golf.com<br />
    seems that 2 aussies shooting 62 and 63 were in another tournament in Uzbekistan and not newsworthy<br />
    **** i reckon i could shoot 2 under par on that course.<br />
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    Wrx at it's best....
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    pt_golfer wrote:
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    just looked at golf digest and golf.com<br />
    seems that 2 aussies shooting 62 and 63 were in another tournament in Uzbekistan and not newsworthy<br />
    **** i reckon i could shoot 2 under par on that course.<br />
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    Wrx at it's best....<br />
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    I think Stevie williams looks like a man de-stressed, he even looks younger <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
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  • TheDarkOneTheDarkOne Members  3725WRX Points: 0Posts: 3,725
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    The two big winners from Day 1 were Jason Day and Stevie. <br />
    Day is way over due for a win, and why not this week. He's kind of like this generations Gary Player. <br />
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    Great if not thrilling to see Stevie out there with Scott playing a brilliant round. I don't think any of us thought Steve would recover this quickly from the knife Woods shoved in his back. This coupled with the PGA apparently threatening him with sanctions for something that's been ok for over 10 years simply because he dared to speak out against Woods. Don't be surprised to see the crowd really get behind these two on the weekend and Scott making a big push if not winning.
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  • Vendetta7Vendetta7 Members  322WRX Points: 0Posts: 322
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    TheDarkOne wrote:
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    The two big winners from Day 1 were Jason Day and Stevie. <br />
    Day is way over due for a win, and why not this week. He's kind of like this generations Gary Player. <br />
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    Great if not thrilling to see Stevie out there with Scott playing a brilliant round. I don't think any of us thought Steve would recover this quickly from the knife Woods shoved in his back. This coupled with the PGA apparently threatening him with sanctions for something that's been ok for over 10 years simply because he dared to speak out against Woods. Don't be surprised to see the crowd really get behind these two on the weekend and Scott making a big push if not winning.<br />
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    No one feels bad for Steve. Tiger has made the guy more than his fair share, and it's not exactly uncommon for players to split with their caddy after a given amount of time. Not to mention, Tiger isn't the one shooting off at the mouth at this point. <br />
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    I'll go on the record and say that I was disappointed to see the split, and I really question Tiger's decision in this regard. However, it's his decision to make, and he doesn't owe Steve anything when it comes to continuing to employ him. I don't feel bad for Steve. Not only has Tiger made him a boatload of money, but he's also elevated him to a status that will allot him the luxury of not having to worry about finding another job; he'll be in high demand for awhile.<br />
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    TheDarkOne wrote:
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    The two big winners from Day 1 were Jason Day and Stevie. <br />
    Day is way over due for a win, and why not this week. He's kind of like this generations Gary Player. <br />
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    Great if not thrilling to see Stevie out there with Scott playing a brilliant round. I don't think any of us thought Steve would recover this quickly from the knife Woods shoved in his back. This coupled with the PGA apparently threatening him with sanctions for something that's been ok for over 10 years simply because he dared to speak out against Woods. Don't be surprised to see the crowd really get behind these two on the weekend and Scott making a big push if not winning.<br />
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    Thrilling....really?<br />
    Bottom line is that Tiger made SW a rich man and for that, he should be eternally grateful. SW effed up when he asked to caddie for AS and he paid the price..cry me a river.<br />
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    What I find interesting is that people expect Tiger to behave like the number 175 player in the world. In all sports, the top dog tends to be just like Tiger (Jordan, Bonds, Clemens, even Jack). It is normal for the rest of the players to envy the one at the top. Many have the talent, but not the mind to stay at the top. Most times, you can't have one without the other.
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  • tbowles411tbowles411 ClubWRX  25689WRX Points: 839Handicap: GolfPosts: 25,689 Titanium Tees
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    Vendetta7 wrote:
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    No one feels bad for Steve. Tiger has made the guy more than his fair share, and it's not exactly uncommon for players to split with their caddy after a given amount of time. Not to mention, Tiger isn't the one shooting off at the mouth at this point. <br />
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    I'll go on the record and say that I was disappointed to see the split, and I really question Tiger's decision in this regard. However, it's his decision to make, and he doesn't owe Steve anything when it comes to continuing to employ him. I don't feel bad for Steve. Not only has Tiger made him a boatload of money, but he's also elevated him to a status that will allot him the luxury of not having to worry about finding another job; he'll be in high demand for awhile.<br />
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    Tiger has has exactly TWO caddies since 1997. That's dedication. Caddies get fired ALL the time. It's a lucrative job and available caddies will be clamoring for that bag because it's about as long term as you can get on Tour as long as you're doing your job.<br />
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    Stevie's celebrity is almost soley because of Tiger and his knee/ACL. He was unemployed for about a half a second. He's very talented and I was not a fan of the firing either. But at the end of the day, the player makes the call, and lives with the decision and HAS to take the high road because they write the check. If Stevie keeps shooting off his mouth, he'll be seen as bitter and petty.<br />
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    And let's be honest, it's his right to make the call, especially when Tiger will take the heat for the decision given his current circumstances.
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    Can we just move past the SW and Tiger thing already. It's over. Tiger made him a multi millionaire and for that Steve ran his mouth to the press. Good luck to Adam Scott dealing with a guy like that.<br />
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    J13 wrote:
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    Can we just move past the SW and Tiger thing already. It's over. Tiger made him a multi millionaire and for that Steve ran his mouth to the press. Good luck to Adam Scott dealing with a guy like that.<br />
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    And to Adam Scott's credit, he's "staying out of it."
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    tbowles411 wrote:
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    I noticed this as well. He had a good number of misses off the tee that were 1-5 yds off the fairway. I know that close doesn't count, but considering how erratic his drives can be, I was actually surprised.<br />
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    It's almost like Trevino was right. Play a fade, you'll be more consistent. He needs to tweak it a bit more though.<br />
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    Trevino is always right! <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/bye.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wave:' />
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  • tbowles411tbowles411 ClubWRX  25689WRX Points: 839Handicap: GolfPosts: 25,689 Titanium Tees
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    geoffaw wrote:
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    Trevino is always right! <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/bye.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wave:' /><br />
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    I love Lee Trevino. My favorite golfer of all time! If Tiger starts winning while playing a fade, he'll be like freaking Nostradamus!
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  • Steve HennesseySteve Hennessey Members  120WRX Points: 0Posts: 120
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    How will Tiger will play in this second round today? Will he continue striking the ball "flush," and just "letting it rip?"<br />
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    Read Golf World's Dave Shedloski's game story on Tiger's first round, and let us know what you think.<br />
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    Trevino is always right! <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/bye.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wave:' /><br />
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    I love Lee Trevino. My favorite golfer of all time! If Tiger starts winning while playing a fade, he'll be like freaking Nostradamus!<br />
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  • TheDarkOneTheDarkOne Members  3725WRX Points: 0Posts: 3,725
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    nice post Steve. <br />
    IMO, it all depends on the putter. He proved yesterday that you don't have to relevant with the driver to shoot under par, but that has always been the case with him. What I was impressed with is his ability to hole some nice long putts when it mattered. At the Masters we saw him fumble his way around to leading the field in three putting and causing many to believe he had the yips. <br />
    If I was a fan of Woods, I would be very happy to see him putting the way he did yesterday, I would be happy to see the Cameron back and the junk gone, and I would be thinking it would be reasonable to expect him to shoot a nice score today, maybe finding himself at 5-6 under. <br />
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    Maybe someone from Nike can even get him some dry fit slacks so he doesn't look like a mess while doing it.
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    TheDarkOne wrote:
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    The two big winners from Day 1 were Jason Day and Stevie. <br />
    Day is way over due for a win, and why not this week. He's kind of like this generations Gary Player. <br />
    <br />
    Great if not thrilling to see Stevie out there with Scott playing a brilliant round. I don't think any of us thought Steve would recover this quickly from the knife Woods shoved in his back. This coupled with the PGA apparently threatening him with sanctions for something that's been ok for over 10 years simply because he dared to speak out against Woods. Don't be surprised to see the crowd really get behind these two on the weekend and Scott making a big push if not winning.<br />
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    First of all tiger didn't stab Steve in the back. Steve left to caddie for Adam Scott.. He knew what was going to happen.. <br />
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    Second, since when did watching a guy carry a bag around for 18 holes become "thrilling?" From the way I see it, you'd rather watch a guy carry a bag then watch one of the greatest golfers ever. That defies common logic..<br />
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    Third, this is like the third time I have quoted you in this thread and I'm going to continue doing so until you can make some sense in your posts..
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    I agree and I have said it before, he shows up in every TW thread and consumes them with his hypocritical posts. It would fair to say that he is obsessed more than the deepest fan. I don't know him but I can see right through his game, he is backtracking because he is afraid TW is going to be #1 soon. <br />
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    You guys take Darkie too seriously...<br />
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    I think he relishes playing the role of agitator/instigator/inciter/devil's advocate. He probably has a smirk on his face when he types his TW thread posts.<br />
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    Anyone see Rick Reilly's piece on ESPN.com on how he thinks Tiger is back<br />
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    Makes me sick...<br />
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    Coming from the same guy who wrote Tiger was just another golfer now last week. <br />
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    Pretty much locked up my hatred for Reilly.<br />
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    No kidding. I wish Reily would pick a stance and stick to it. Personally, i'd love to see Tiger punch Reilly, Feinstein and Macelli in the face. I'm sure there is another golf write i'm failing to mention, but i get so tired of these guys (specifically Feinstein) tearing him down whenever they get a chance.
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    I'm not sure why everyone is jumping on Dark One about the SW + AS at Firestone. He did not say it was "thrilling" to see him caddying for Scott. He said it was "Great, if not thrilling..." to see him on Scotts bag, and for Scott to be doing very well. Reading comprehension people.
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  • WV-HickWV-Hick Members  433WRX Points: 91Handicap: 4Posts: 433 Greens
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    There any way to watch some early coverage of Tiger's group? Or do I have to wait until GC coverage?
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    WV-Hick wrote:
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    There any way to watch some early coverage of Tiger's group? Or do I have to wait until GC coverage?<br />
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    I think the only way to follow his round if you wanted to would be with Shot Tracker on pgatour.com.
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    I will be the first person to kick Tiger when he is down, yes I am a hater. BUT<br />
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    IMO he looked really good yesterday. He looked VERY comfortable with his swing. The past few years, you could tell he was always forcing something to change or fit. He didn't look like that at all yesterday. The short game is solid, and he putted pretty well. Not much fell, but he was all over the hole with good rolls. I was pretty impressed. And he still has some massive yardage, on 16 (I think), he hit a 3 iron 235 with a choke-down cut. But he wasn't exerting himself. <br />
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    If he keeps this up and gets dialed in, I smell another 2000 (maybe not quite as good, but a very sick year in the near future). <br />
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    Even though I hate him, it is good to see him back. <br />
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    Last thought. He looked pretty stupid with a sweaty a**, a chode-beard and the white shoes. But hey, he can do what he wants.
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    they looked urban and athletic...
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    Yeah too bad this is the PGA not the NBA.<br />
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    What does that even mean? They're both sports. I think it's cool to see some guys switching to these types of shoes. I like how they're not "classic" looking. Not everything has to be nostalgic in this game. It's 2011, not 1975. The times have changed and so has the fashion of shoes. If anything these are right with the times.
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