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Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by Putt4Purple, Mar 29, 2021.
And probably most of Sandy Lyle's rounds now days.
Speith is looking good...
I really shouldn't like this, but I do...
Just throwing this out there knowing that it will probably coming back to haunt me...
It's Saturday, and Justin Thomas is a beast on Saturdays.
If I had one guy to pick before the tournament started, it would’ve been JT. When he’s on, he’s the best in the world.
Was about to bail on it but very happy I didn’t. Got a lot of favorites in there but Day and kangaroos and bloomin’ onion was awesome. Private school name with a private school game....
Not to be too contrarian, but DJ had a stretch last year where he won 4 out of 12 events and finished 2nd or 3rd four other times. That was a Tiger-in-his-prime kind of stretch. He has the tools to dominate when he's on. Though McIlroy has been lost the last few months, he, too, can just leave everybody behind by wide margins when he gets on. His upside is as close to Tiger as anyone who has played the last 10-15 years. His floor can get pretty ugly sometimes. I'd put Thomas third behind those two as the guys who are nearly impossible to beat when they are on. Spieth at #4.
I don't know what there is about it, but it grows on you.
Spieth is a cutie, but his caddy is Hot!
I'm just sayin'...
Yes. It came back to haunt you.
That triple on the most “gettable” hole on the course hurt bad
He was aimed 150 yards right of where he was trying to hit it on #13. He had hit that same shot off #10 and hit it perfectly. He lost his mind after missing that putt on #10.
I found the broadcast on YouTube and watched it earlier in the week.
It's amazing to see the clubs they were hitting into greens. Most of them had 3 wood or 4 wood into #15. Several of them hit 3 wood into #18. Patrick Cantlay hit a 7 iron onto #15 the other day, and he's below average in distance on the tour. Zalatoris hit a gap wedge into #18.
Another thing you'll notice is the greens are really slow. Like 9 on the stimpmeter slow.
John Rahm coming on strong today. Rooting for little Will Z.
I predict Matsuyama is going to win.
First shot of the Masters I saw was XS throwing one in the water at 16 and virtually every shot taken since then has been really bad
Pretty cool, if you ask me.
2 double boges...he's gonna be stewing on those for a long time.