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  1. #61
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    Feb 2007
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    NC
    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue View Post
    Moving day .. should be some great golf
    The weather is having other ideas. Most of the movement has been backwards.

  2. #62
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    Feb 2008
    Location
    Wilmington
    Yeah. My team is ALL moving in the wrong direction..

  3. #63
    Tiger withdraws due to injury.

  4. #64
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    Feb 2007
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    Washington, DC area
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernDukie View Post
    Tiger withdraws due to injury.
    To his ego?

    -jk

  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by -jk View Post
    To his ego?

    -jk
    Eh, he has like 1.33 functional legs right now Ö

    Give the guy a break Ö

  6. #66
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonEvans View Post
    Evans Team of Density

    Patrick Cantlay - 7
    Cameron Smith - 7
    Jordan Spieth - 5
    Justin Thomas - 5
    Joaquin Niemann - 4
    Cameron Young - 2

    Winning score - 12
    I am so sorry, but there is a misspelling that may be impacting my results. It is all my fault for the typo.

    "Jordan Spieth" is misspelled. The correct spelling that I meant to write is "Mito Pereira." Please adjust my scoring for this small error.
    I don't know what you are doing right now, but if you aren't listening to the DBR Podcast, you're doing it wrong.

  7. #67
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Washington DC
    Raise your hand if you had Mito Pereira. Now put it down - I know you are lying because I have all the rosters.

    Pioneer of the deep and cheap roster, dudog84, doesn't have Pereira but has the next three, and the 54 hole lead in our tournament.

    Team Player Place Proj Winnings Team Winnings
    dudog84 Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Matt Fitzpatrick T2 $1,242,000 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Tommy Fleetwood T17 $157,935 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Kyoung-Hoon Lee T36 $55,398 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Shane Lowry T36 $55,398 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Sebastian Munoz T36 $55,398 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Harold Varner III T43 $39,225 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Keegan Bradley T45 $34,637 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Brian Harman T45 $34,637 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Alex Noren CUT $0 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Min Woo Lee CUT $0 $3,490,561
    rasputin Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $2,575,066
    rasputin Matt Fitzpatrick T2 $1,242,000 $2,575,066
    rasputin Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $2,575,066
    rasputin Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $2,575,066
    rasputin Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $2,575,066
    rasputin Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $2,575,066
    Rogue Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $2,436,777
    Rogue Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $2,436,777
    Rogue Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $2,436,777
    Rogue Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $2,436,777
    Rogue Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $2,436,777
    Rogue Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $2,436,777
    Rogue Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $2,436,777
    rsvman Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $2,402,827
    rsvman Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $2,402,827
    rsvman Abraham Ancer 5 $445,361 $2,402,827
    rsvman Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $2,402,827
    rsvman Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $2,402,827
    rsvman Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $2,402,827
    rsvman Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $2,402,827
    rsvman Corey Conners CUT $0 $2,402,827
    CDu Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $2,139,029
    CDu Abraham Ancer 5 $445,361 $2,139,029
    CDu Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $2,139,029
    CDu Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $2,139,029
    CDu Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $2,139,029
    CDu Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $2,139,029
    CDu Tiger Woods WD $0 $2,139,029
    CDu Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $2,139,029
    CrazyNotCrazie Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Harold Varner III T43 $39,225 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Keegan Bradley T45 $34,637 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Tiger Woods WD $0 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Alex Noren CUT $0 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Daniel Berger CUT $0 $1,885,208
    JasonEvans Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Joaquin Niemann T23 $106,896 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $1,139,150
    nmduke2001 Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Tommy Fleetwood T17 $157,935 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Kevin Na T23 $106,896 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Harold Varner III T43 $39,225 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $1,049,800
    killerleft Abraham Ancer 5 $445,361 $1,031,681
    killerleft Webb Simpson T10 $265,060 $1,031,681
    killerleft Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $1,031,681
    killerleft Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $1,031,681
    killerleft Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $1,031,681
    killerleft Jon Rahm T65 $21,792 $1,031,681
    mr. synellinden Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Shane Lowry T36 $55,398 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $804,470
    Rich Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $611,896
    Rich Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $611,896
    Rich Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $611,896
    Rich Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $611,896
    Rich Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $611,896
    Rich Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $611,896
    CameronDuke Max Homa T10 $265,060 $593,201
    CameronDuke Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $593,201
    CameronDuke Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $593,201
    CameronDuke Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $593,201
    CameronDuke Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $593,201
    CameronDuke Tiger Woods WD $0 $593,201
    CameronDuke Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $593,201
    Bob Green Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $592,169
    Bob Green Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $592,169
    Bob Green Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $592,169
    Bob Green Jon Rahm T65 $21,792 $592,169
    Bob Green Kevin Streelman T65 $21,792 $592,169
    Bob Green Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $592,169
    mkirsh Max Homa T10 $265,060 $564,528
    mkirsh Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $564,528
    mkirsh Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $564,528
    mkirsh Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $564,528
    mkirsh Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $564,528
    Turk Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $535,740
    Turk Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $535,740
    Turk Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $535,740
    Turk Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $535,740
    Turk Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $535,740
    accfanfrom1970 Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Daniel Berger CUT $0 $532,183
    jv001 Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $472,312
    jv001 Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $472,312
    jv001 Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $472,312
    jv001 Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $472,312
    jv001 Jason Kokrak T70 $20,645 $472,312
    jv001 Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $472,312
    tbyers11 Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $470,134
    tbyers11 Shane Lowry T36 $55,398 $470,134
    tbyers11 Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $470,134
    tbyers11 Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $470,134
    tbyers11 Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $470,134
    tbyers11 Corey Conners CUT $0 $470,134
    sagegrouse Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $269,761
    sagegrouse Kyoung-Hoon Lee T36 $55,398 $269,761
    sagegrouse Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $269,761
    sagegrouse Kevin Streelman T65 $21,792 $269,761
    sagegrouse Tiger Woods WD $0 $269,761
    sagegrouse Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $269,761
    sagegrouse Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $269,761
    DevilHorse Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $255,882
    DevilHorse Harold Varner III T43 $39,225 $255,882
    DevilHorse Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $255,882
    DevilHorse Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $255,882
    DevilHorse Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $255,882
    DevilHorse Daniel Berger CUT $0 $255,882
    elvis14 Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $253,589
    elvis14 Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $253,589
    elvis14 Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $253,589
    elvis14 Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $253,589
    elvis14 Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $253,589
    Utley Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $237,418
    Utley Shane Lowry T36 $55,398 $237,418
    Utley Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $237,418
    Utley Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $237,418
    Utley Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $237,418

  8. #68
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    Feb 2007
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    St. Louis
    Quote Originally Posted by CameronDuke View Post
    Eh, he has like 1.33 functional legs right now Ö

    Give the guy a break Ö
    I'm sick of seeing people fawn over this guy. The way he has treated women is inexcusable, and I choose to root for others. The TV coverage showed every shot he hit today (or darn near every shot), and I'd prefer to see others. Yes, he has made quite a comeback, in more ways than one, but his problems to overcome were all self-made.

    I'm ducking now, because I know I'm in the minority here; and I admire his attitude toward having a legacy, and his comments regarding Phil Mickel$on are spot on. But showing him hitting every shot when he is ten over par is beyond ridiculous. Good riddance.

  9. #69
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    Feb 2007
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    St. Louis
    Quote Originally Posted by mkirsh View Post
    Raise your hand if you had Mito Pereira. Now put it down - I know you are lying because I have all the rosters.

    Pioneer of the deep and cheap roster, dudog84, doesn't have Pereira but has the next three, and the 54 hole lead in our tournament.

    Team Player Place Proj Winnings Team Winnings
    dudog84 Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Matt Fitzpatrick T2 $1,242,000 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Tommy Fleetwood T17 $157,935 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Kyoung-Hoon Lee T36 $55,398 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Shane Lowry T36 $55,398 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Sebastian Munoz T36 $55,398 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Harold Varner III T43 $39,225 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Keegan Bradley T45 $34,637 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Brian Harman T45 $34,637 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Alex Noren CUT $0 $3,490,561
    dudog84 Min Woo Lee CUT $0 $3,490,561
    rasputin Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $2,575,066
    rasputin Matt Fitzpatrick T2 $1,242,000 $2,575,066
    rasputin Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $2,575,066
    rasputin Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $2,575,066
    rasputin Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $2,575,066
    rasputin Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $2,575,066
    Rogue Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $2,436,777
    Rogue Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $2,436,777
    Rogue Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $2,436,777
    Rogue Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $2,436,777
    Rogue Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $2,436,777
    Rogue Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $2,436,777
    Rogue Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $2,436,777
    rsvman Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $2,402,827
    rsvman Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $2,402,827
    rsvman Abraham Ancer 5 $445,361 $2,402,827
    rsvman Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $2,402,827
    rsvman Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $2,402,827
    rsvman Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $2,402,827
    rsvman Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $2,402,827
    rsvman Corey Conners CUT $0 $2,402,827
    CDu Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $2,139,029
    CDu Abraham Ancer 5 $445,361 $2,139,029
    CDu Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $2,139,029
    CDu Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $2,139,029
    CDu Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $2,139,029
    CDu Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $2,139,029
    CDu Tiger Woods WD $0 $2,139,029
    CDu Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $2,139,029
    CrazyNotCrazie Will Zalatoris T2 $1,242,000 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Harold Varner III T43 $39,225 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Keegan Bradley T45 $34,637 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Tiger Woods WD $0 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Alex Noren CUT $0 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $1,885,208
    CrazyNotCrazie Daniel Berger CUT $0 $1,885,208
    JasonEvans Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Joaquin Niemann T23 $106,896 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $1,139,150
    JasonEvans Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $1,139,150
    nmduke2001 Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Tommy Fleetwood T17 $157,935 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Kevin Na T23 $106,896 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Harold Varner III T43 $39,225 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $1,049,800
    nmduke2001 Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $1,049,800
    killerleft Abraham Ancer 5 $445,361 $1,031,681
    killerleft Webb Simpson T10 $265,060 $1,031,681
    killerleft Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $1,031,681
    killerleft Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $1,031,681
    killerleft Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $1,031,681
    killerleft Jon Rahm T65 $21,792 $1,031,681
    mr. synellinden Cameron Young 4 $534,709 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Shane Lowry T36 $55,398 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $804,470
    mr. synellinden Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $804,470
    Rich Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $611,896
    Rich Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $611,896
    Rich Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $611,896
    Rich Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $611,896
    Rich Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $611,896
    Rich Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $611,896
    CameronDuke Max Homa T10 $265,060 $593,201
    CameronDuke Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $593,201
    CameronDuke Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $593,201
    CameronDuke Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $593,201
    CameronDuke Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $593,201
    CameronDuke Tiger Woods WD $0 $593,201
    CameronDuke Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $593,201
    Bob Green Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $592,169
    Bob Green Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $592,169
    Bob Green Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $592,169
    Bob Green Jon Rahm T65 $21,792 $592,169
    Bob Green Kevin Streelman T65 $21,792 $592,169
    Bob Green Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $592,169
    mkirsh Max Homa T10 $265,060 $564,528
    mkirsh Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $564,528
    mkirsh Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $564,528
    mkirsh Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $564,528
    mkirsh Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $564,528
    Turk Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $535,740
    Turk Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $535,740
    Turk Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $535,740
    Turk Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $535,740
    Turk Dustin Johnson CUT $0 $535,740
    accfanfrom1970 Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Cameron Smith T23 $106,896 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $532,183
    accfanfrom1970 Daniel Berger CUT $0 $532,183
    jv001 Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $472,312
    jv001 Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $472,312
    jv001 Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $472,312
    jv001 Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $472,312
    jv001 Jason Kokrak T70 $20,645 $472,312
    jv001 Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $472,312
    tbyers11 Justin Thomas T7 $356,013 $470,134
    tbyers11 Shane Lowry T36 $55,398 $470,134
    tbyers11 Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $470,134
    tbyers11 Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $470,134
    tbyers11 Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $470,134
    tbyers11 Corey Conners CUT $0 $470,134
    sagegrouse Xander Schauffele T17 $157,935 $269,761
    sagegrouse Kyoung-Hoon Lee T36 $55,398 $269,761
    sagegrouse Tony Finau T45 $34,637 $269,761
    sagegrouse Kevin Streelman T65 $21,792 $269,761
    sagegrouse Tiger Woods WD $0 $269,761
    sagegrouse Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $269,761
    sagegrouse Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $269,761
    DevilHorse Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $255,882
    DevilHorse Harold Varner III T43 $39,225 $255,882
    DevilHorse Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $255,882
    DevilHorse Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $255,882
    DevilHorse Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $255,882
    DevilHorse Daniel Berger CUT $0 $255,882
    elvis14 Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $253,589
    elvis14 Brooks Koepka T43 $39,225 $253,589
    elvis14 Jordan Spieth T45 $34,637 $253,589
    elvis14 Collin Morikawa T65 $21,792 $253,589
    elvis14 Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $253,589
    Utley Rory McIlroy T17 $157,935 $237,418
    Utley Shane Lowry T36 $55,398 $237,418
    Utley Hideki Matsuyama T55 $24,086 $237,418
    Utley Scottie Scheffler CUT $0 $237,418
    Utley Patrick Cantlay CUT $0 $237,418
    Nice going so far dudog. I thought I'd be in pretty good shape, with nobody having the guy in first, and me having two guys tied for second (Fitzpatrick and Zalatoris). There's something to be said for dudog's strategy of stockpiling low-cost entries, which is paying off as of now. I'm paying for having picked Scheffler and Morikawa. Still a lot of golf left to be played, and I really like the layout at Southern Hills.

  10. #70
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    Feb 2007
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    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin View Post
    I'm sick of seeing people fawn over this guy. The way he has treated women is inexcusable, and I choose to root for others.
    I don't say this to defend his actions, but I think the bolded is at least a bit of an overstatement. He treated one woman inexcusably (his wife). The women he cheated on his wife with were willing partners, not victims of mistreatment. Doesn't make what he did okay (infidelity is most definitely wrong), but those women he slept with were consenting adults making their own decisions.

    That being said, nothing at all wrong with rooting for others based on what we know of his actions. You are definitely not alone in that regard, on DBR or in general.

    I definitely don't cheer for the human being, though by most accounts he has been humbled by those past transgressions. But I can marvel at his golf ability just the same. He's the greatest golfer I've ever seen.

  11. #71
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    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin View Post
    But showing him hitting every shot when he is ten over par is beyond ridiculous. Good riddance.
    Agreed. With Tiger not playing other golfers are receiving air time. Iíve seen Streelman a couple times this morning.
    Bob Green

  12. #72
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkirsh View Post
    Raise your hand if you had Mito Pereira. Now put it down - I know you are lying because I have all the rosters.

    Pioneer of the deep and cheap roster, dudog84, doesn't have Pereira but has the next three, and the 54 hole lead in our tournament.
    Hey now, only my girlfriends are allowed to call me that.

  13. #73
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    Dec 2014
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    Re Tiger, I'll agree with everything the other posters have written. And I'll add it's a travesty that he was not charged with anything after last year's crash. They determined he was doing over 80 in a 45 zone, they did not do a blood test despite his well-known driving history while impaired, and the whole thing just stinks to high heaven. But that's the way it is for the wealthy and powerful in this country.

  14. #74
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    Feb 2007
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    Steamboat Springs, CO
    Quote Originally Posted by dudog84 View Post
    Re Tiger, I'll agree with everything the other posters have written. And I'll add it's a travesty that he was not charged with anything after last year's crash. They determined he was doing over 80 in a 45 zone, they did not do a blood test despite his well-known driving history while impaired, and the whole thing just stinks to high heaven. But that's the way it is for the wealthy and powerful in this country.
    Give it a rest. One-car accident with no one but the driver injured. LA County sheriff has better things to do. Not wanting to tangle with Tiger's legion of lawyers -- perhaps, but not proven.

    History of driving while impaired? Let's see... well, there was the one where after taking (at least one) Ambien, Elin discovered Tiger's girlfriend by "borrowing" Tiger's cell phone after he was sound asleep. She woke him up and threw him out of the house. Ambien is a well-known hypnotic drug that affects bodily coordination in pretty much everyone. (Ask Kathleen Kennedy Townsend about it -- or me, for that matter.) He barely made it out of the driveway before crashing.

    There was another when he was found asleep behind the wheel and did not do well on the drug test. That is certainly one of legitimate concern.

    In last year's accident, Tiger was heading to another day of work on the golf course and most people doubt he was under the influence of anything except stupidity.
    Sage Grouse

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    'When I got on the bus for my first road game at Duke, I saw that every player was carrying textbooks or laptops. I coached in the SEC for 25 years, and I had never seen that before, not even once.' - David Cutcliffe to Duke alumni in Washington, DC, June 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagegrouse View Post
    Give it a rest. One-car accident with no one but the driver injured. LA County sheriff has better things to do. Not wanting to tangle with Tiger's legion of lawyers -- perhaps, but not proven.

    History of driving while impaired? Let's see... well, there was the one where after taking (at least one) Ambien, Elin discovered Tiger's girlfriend by "borrowing" Tiger's cell phone after he was sound asleep. She woke him up and threw him out of the house. Ambien is a well-known hypnotic drug that affects bodily coordination in pretty much everyone. (Ask Kathleen Kennedy Townsend about it -- or me, for that matter.) He barely made it out of the driveway before crashing.

    There was another when he was found asleep behind the wheel and did not do well on the drug test. That is certainly one of legitimate concern.

    In last year's accident, Tiger was heading to another day of work on the golf course and most people doubt he was under the influence of anything except stupidity.
    This is just wrong. He was going to a photo shoot. And there was no evidence of braking. Yeah, he was in top form. If you're gonna get snarky with me, it would be best to have the facts.

    I'll give it a rest when I feel like it. Don't like my posts, don't read 'em. I don't like drunks and drug (legal or illegal) misusers on my roads. People with DUIs don't get caught the one time in their life they happen to do it.

  16. #76
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Norfolk, VA
    Settle down folks. Letís keep the conversation civil.

    Rory McIlroy is -4 through five holes. This afternoon is going to be interesting.
    Bob Green

  17. #77
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Location
    North of Durham
    Quote Originally Posted by sagegrouse View Post
    Give it a rest. One-car accident with no one but the driver injured. LA County sheriff has better things to do. Not wanting to tangle with Tiger's legion of lawyers -- perhaps, but not proven.

    History of driving while impaired? Let's see... well, there was the one where after taking (at least one) Ambien, Elin discovered Tiger's girlfriend by "borrowing" Tiger's cell phone after he was sound asleep. She woke him up and threw him out of the house. Ambien is a well-known hypnotic drug that affects bodily coordination in pretty much everyone. (Ask Kathleen Kennedy Townsend about it -- or me, for that matter.) He barely made it out of the driveway before crashing.

    There was another when he was found asleep behind the wheel and did not do well on the drug test. That is certainly one of legitimate concern.

    In last year's accident, Tiger was heading to another day of work on the golf course and most people doubt he was under the influence of anything except stupidity.
    Sorry to continue sidetracking here but we all have our litmus test issues and irresponsible driving is mine - I had my life turned upside down in ways I would not wish upon my worst enemy by an irresponsible driver, so I have zero tolerance (happy to discuss further on PM). Stupidity is no excuse. I'm glad you can take this lightly. If you are going to drive, you have to take it seriously. If you are going to do anything with the potential to injure others, you have to take it seriously. As far as I'm concerned, every time Tiger plays it should be mentioned that he is lucky to be alive and he is very lucky he didn't hurt anyone else because he was being an idiot. Then go into his swing mechanics, etc.

    I admire those who come back from tests that are not their fault. I have little respect or admiration for Tiger. I am a rule follower and do not like those who think they are above the rules. His golf was beautiful to watch and it is great how he inspired many others to play, including many minorities. But he should be held up as a lesson.

    Back to golf. Looking forward to the final round this afternoon. Will be flipping back and forth with the Rangers-Canes game.

  18. #78
    Mito into the creek off the tee on his 72nd hole. Unbelievable.

    I donít think thereís any way he pars it from where he is

    Keep the guns loose Justin and Will!

  19. #79
    This is the worst meltdown from Mito Iíve seen from a professional golfer in a while.

    He may never come back from this.

  20. #80
    Will vs JT for the 2022 PGA Championship.

    3 hole aggregate score playoff.

    Good night Mito.

    Thanks for coming out.

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