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  1. #81
    Zalatoris is in the clubhouse with the lead at -4 and the low round of the day - 67.

    Unreal golfer.

  2. #82
    Double bogey on 11, bogey on 12, bogey on 13 for Scheffler.

    Heís now -2 and 2 shots back. He went from -6 to -2 in 3 holes. Hope he gets back in the mix here.

  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by CameronDuke View Post
    Double bogey on 11, bogey on 12, bogey on 13 for Scheffler.

    Heís now -2 and 2 shots back. He went from -6 to -2 in 3 holes. Hope he gets back in the mix here.
    The US Open can do that to a golfer. Wild swings are not unheard of. Hereís to hoping Scottie pulls it together.

    Love seeing Keegan close well.

  4. #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernDukie View Post
    The US Open can do that to a golfer. Wild swings are not unheard of. Hereís to hoping Scottie pulls it together.

    Love seeing Keegan close well.
    As the only person to pick Keegan I am president of his fan club right now. He is a Boston guy so I thought that might help.

  5. #85
    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyNotCrazie View Post
    As the only person to pick Keegan I am president of his fan club right now. He is a Boston guy so I thought that might help.
    Iíve always liked and rooted for him. Seems like a nice guy.

  6. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernDukie View Post
    Iíve always liked and rooted for him. Seems like a nice guy.
    Love Keegan. Heís from Vermont I think so not terribly far from New England regional area. Heís a huge Boston sports fan so this venue means a lot to him hosting the US Open.

    Plus he wears Jordan golf shoes! Heís got some style!

    I believe he played collegiately at St. Johnís in the big apple. I think heís won a major before (a PGA Championship).

  7. #87
    Scottie finally gets a stroke back at 17. Now two back of the lead.

  8. #88
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    Odd question: it seemed like Fitzpatrick doesnít take the flag stick out when he putts. Is there a reason for this?

  9. #89
    Huge par safe for Scottie on 18.

  10. #90
    Rahm blowing up on 18. Tough final hole for him.

  11. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyNotCrazie View Post
    Odd question: it seemed like Fitzpatrick doesnít take the flag stick out when he putts. Is there a reason for this?
    Because he's smart?

    Tests using a stimpmeter ramp to roll the ball show that at proper to slightly too much speed go in at a higher percentage, and putts that are much too fast go in at a higher percentage. The data also show that misses stay closer to the hole.

    There is no reason, generally speaking, to take the pin out now that the rule has been changed to allow it. Most people take it out because of convention, I guess.

  12. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyNotCrazie View Post
    Odd question: it seemed like Fitzpatrick doesnít take the flag stick out when he putts. Is there a reason for this?
    He may be a proponent of the Bryson DeChambeau method of putting which places heavy emphasis on the coefficient of restitution analysis.

    https://www.golfchannel.com/news/usg...stick-analysis

    FWIW, Fitzpatrick also chips cross handed (heís a righty and chips with his right hand high).

  13. #93
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    Quote Originally Posted by CameronDuke View Post
    He may be a proponent of the Bryson DeChambeau method of putting which places heavy emphasis on the coefficient of restitution analysis.

    https://www.golfchannel.com/news/usg...stick-analysis

    FWIW, Fitzpatrick also chips cross handed (heís a righty and chips with his right hand high).
    It is certainly true that the ultra-thick flagsticks don't help the way the thin ones do.

    Forgot to mention in my last comment that above and beyond the benefits seen when balls are rolled without human interference, it has also been demonstrated that most people start their golf ball on a better line when the pin is in versus when it is removed. Something about more focus, or a smaller target, or something.

    In short, leave it in unless it is one of those really thick ones or if it is really windy, which can bend the stick over and make it harder to make putts when putting into the wind.

  14. #94
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    Where are the standings?!? I have Zalatoris and Fitzpatrick.

    Stop the count right now!!!
    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.

  15. #95
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    Quote Originally Posted by rsvman View Post
    It is certainly true that the ultra-thick flagsticks don't help the way the thin ones do.

    Forgot to mention in my last comment that above and beyond the benefits seen when balls are rolled without human interference, it has also been demonstrated that most people start their golf ball on a better line when the pin is in versus when it is removed. Something about more focus, or a smaller target, or something.

    In short, leave it in unless it is one of those really thick ones or if it is really windy, which can bend the stick over and make it harder to make putts when putting into the wind.
    Counterpoint:

    https://www.golfdigest.com/story/the...f-the-time/amp

    Tl;dr Ph.D. led study says no benefit to leaving it in in 99% of circumstances. FWIW
    "Amazing what a minute can do."

  16. #96
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonEvans View Post
    Where are the standings?!? I have Zalatoris and Fitzpatrick.

    Stop the count right now!!!
    You are indeed in a great spot with both co-leaders plus Burns! As we saw the last two days there have been wild swings, so it's anyone's tournament at this point.

    Happy Fathers Day to all the dads out there!

    Team Player Place Proj Winnings Team Winnings
    JasonEvans Matt Fitzpatrick T1 $3,150,000 $7,361,088
    JasonEvans Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $7,361,088
    JasonEvans Sam Burns T7 $562,916 $7,361,088
    JasonEvans Davis Riley T17 $249,721 $7,361,088
    JasonEvans Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $7,361,088
    JasonEvans Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $7,361,088
    JasonEvans Shane Lowry CUT $0 $7,361,088
    laxdawg97 Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $5,139,842
    laxdawg97 Jon Rahm 3 $1,206,040 $5,139,842
    laxdawg97 Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $5,139,842
    laxdawg97 Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $5,139,842
    laxdawg97 Justin Rose T40 $72,904 $5,139,842
    laxdawg97 Shane Lowry CUT $0 $5,139,842
    rasputin Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $5,019,424
    rasputin Jon Rahm 3 $1,206,040 $5,019,424
    rasputin Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $5,019,424
    rasputin Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $5,019,424
    rasputin Sungjae Im CUT $0 $5,019,424
    rasputin Tommy Fleetwood CUT $0 $5,019,424
    rasputin Abraham Ancer WD $0 $5,019,424
    jv001 Matt Fitzpatrick T1 $3,150,000 $4,929,837
    jv001 Jon Rahm 3 $1,206,040 $4,929,837
    jv001 Seamus Power T11 $382,472 $4,929,837
    jv001 Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $4,929,837
    jv001 Joaquin Niemann T49 $43,343 $4,929,837
    jv001 Abraham Ancer WD $0 $4,929,837
    jv001 Louis Oosthuizen CUT $0 $4,929,837
    Utley Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $4,658,849
    Utley Scottie Scheffler T4 $845,464 $4,658,849
    Utley Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $4,658,849
    Utley Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $4,658,849
    Utley Shane Lowry CUT $0 $4,658,849
    Utley Tommy Fleetwood CUT $0 $4,658,849
    killerleft Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $4,558,380
    killerleft Scottie Scheffler T4 $845,464 $4,558,380
    killerleft Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $4,558,380
    killerleft Cameron Smith CUT $0 $4,558,380
    killerleft Talor Gooch CUT $0 $4,558,380
    CrazyNotCrazie Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Keegan Bradley T4 $845,464 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Davis Riley T17 $249,721 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Max Homa T49 $43,343 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Daniel Berger CUT $0 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Mito Pereira CUT $0 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Shane Lowry CUT $0 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Sungjae Im CUT $0 $4,388,996
    CrazyNotCrazie Tony Finau CUT $0 $4,388,996
    tbyers11 Matt Fitzpatrick T1 $3,150,000 $4,343,839
    tbyers11 Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $4,343,839
    tbyers11 Aaron Wise T11 $382,472 $4,343,839
    tbyers11 Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $4,343,839
    tbyers11 Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $4,343,839
    tbyers11 Daniel Berger CUT $0 $4,343,839
    tbyers11 Shane Lowry CUT $0 $4,343,839
    Tooold Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $4,258,603
    Tooold Sam Burns T7 $562,916 $4,258,603
    Tooold Collin Morikawa T17 $249,721 $4,258,603
    Tooold Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $4,258,603
    Tooold Jordan Spieth T25 $147,983 $4,258,603
    Tooold Harold Varner III CUT $0 $4,258,603
    elvis14 Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $4,109,350
    elvis14 Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $4,109,350
    elvis14 Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $4,109,350
    elvis14 Jordan Spieth T25 $147,983 $4,109,350
    elvis14 Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $4,109,350
    elvis14 Shane Lowry CUT $0 $4,109,350
    Rogue Matt Fitzpatrick T1 $3,150,000 $4,077,613
    Rogue Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $4,077,613
    Rogue Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $4,077,613
    Rogue Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $4,077,613
    Rogue Justin Rose T40 $72,904 $4,077,613
    Rogue Max Homa T49 $43,343 $4,077,613
    Rogue Cameron Young CUT $0 $4,077,613
    Rich Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $3,933,803
    Rich Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $3,933,803
    Rich Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $3,933,803
    Rich Justin Rose T40 $72,904 $3,933,803
    Rich Cameron Smith CUT $0 $3,933,803
    Rich Shane Lowry CUT $0 $3,933,803
    dudog84 Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Aaron Wise T11 $382,472 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Brian Harman T17 $249,721 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Brooks Koepka T40 $72,904 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Max Homa T49 $43,343 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Harris English 63 $35,193 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Daniel Berger CUT $0 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Mito Pereira CUT $0 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Corey Conners CUT $0 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Tommy Fleetwood CUT $0 $3,933,631
    dudog84 Louis Oosthuizen CUT $0 $3,933,631
    nmduke2001 Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $3,860,899
    nmduke2001 Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $3,860,899
    nmduke2001 Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $3,860,899
    nmduke2001 Shane Lowry CUT $0 $3,860,899
    nmduke2001 Tommy Fleetwood CUT $0 $3,860,899
    nmduke2001 Tony Finau CUT $0 $3,860,899
    nmduke2001 Phil Mickelson CUT $0 $3,860,899
    pcal6vb Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $3,813,384
    pcal6vb Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $3,813,384
    pcal6vb Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $3,813,384
    pcal6vb Daniel Berger CUT $0 $3,813,384
    pcal6vb Cameron Smith CUT $0 $3,813,384
    pcal6vb Tony Finau CUT $0 $3,813,384
    Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 Will Zalatoris T1 $3,150,000 $3,797,424
    Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 Hideki Matsuyama T17 $249,721 $3,797,424
    Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 Dustin Johnson T17 $249,721 $3,797,424
    Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $3,797,424
    Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 Cameron Smith CUT $0 $3,797,424
    Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 Tony Finau CUT $0 $3,797,424
    chadlee989 Matt Fitzpatrick T1 $3,150,000 $3,293,811
    chadlee989 Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $3,293,811
    chadlee989 Joaquin Niemann T49 $43,343 $3,293,811
    chadlee989 Daniel Berger CUT $0 $3,293,811
    chadlee989 Sungjae Im CUT $0 $3,293,811
    chadlee989 Shane Lowry CUT $0 $3,293,811
    chadlee989 Tommy Fleetwood CUT $0 $3,293,811
    chadlee989 Tony Finau CUT $0 $3,293,811
    chadlee989 Abraham Ancer WD $0 $3,293,811
    CDu Jon Rahm 3 $1,206,040 $1,867,076
    CDu Collin Morikawa T17 $249,721 $1,867,076
    CDu Jordan Spieth T25 $147,983 $1,867,076
    CDu Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $1,867,076
    CDu Brooks Koepka T40 $72,904 $1,867,076
    CDu Patrick Reed T45 $54,768 $1,867,076
    CDu Harris English 63 $35,193 $1,867,076
    Bob Green Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $1,773,257
    Bob Green Sam Burns T7 $562,916 $1,773,257
    Bob Green Collin Morikawa T17 $249,721 $1,773,257
    Bob Green Hideki Matsuyama T17 $249,721 $1,773,257
    Bob Green Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $1,773,257
    accfanfrom1970 Jon Rahm 3 $1,206,040 $1,644,910
    accfanfrom1970 Dustin Johnson T17 $249,721 $1,644,910
    accfanfrom1970 Brooks Koepka T40 $72,904 $1,644,910
    accfanfrom1970 Justin Rose T40 $72,904 $1,644,910
    accfanfrom1970 Max Homa T49 $43,343 $1,644,910
    accfanfrom1970 Corey Conners CUT $0 $1,644,910
    accfanfrom1970 Sungjae Im CUT $0 $1,644,910
    accfanfrom1970 Billy Horschel CUT $0 $1,644,910
    rsvman Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $1,448,457
    rsvman Sam Burns T7 $562,916 $1,448,457
    rsvman Davis Riley T17 $249,721 $1,448,457
    rsvman Justin Rose T40 $72,904 $1,448,457
    rsvman Corey Conners CUT $0 $1,448,457
    rsvman Shane Lowry CUT $0 $1,448,457
    rsvman Tony Finau CUT $0 $1,448,457
    rsvman Abraham Ancer WD $0 $1,448,457
    mr. synellinden Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $1,421,798
    mr. synellinden Sam Burns T7 $562,916 $1,421,798
    mr. synellinden Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $1,421,798
    mr. synellinden Patrick Cantlay T25 $147,983 $1,421,798
    mr. synellinden Cameron Young CUT $0 $1,421,798
    CameronDuke Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $1,181,506
    CameronDuke Collin Morikawa T17 $249,721 $1,181,506
    CameronDuke Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $1,181,506
    CameronDuke Jordan Spieth T25 $147,983 $1,181,506
    CameronDuke Brooks Koepka T40 $72,904 $1,181,506
    CameronDuke Webb Simpson CUT $0 $1,181,506
    DevilHorse Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $1,108,603
    DevilHorse Collin Morikawa T17 $249,721 $1,108,603
    DevilHorse Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $1,108,603
    DevilHorse Jordan Spieth T25 $147,983 $1,108,603
    DevilHorse Daniel Berger CUT $0 $1,108,603
    DevilHorse Harold Varner III CUT $0 $1,108,603
    Turk Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $854,710
    Turk Justin Thomas T25 $147,983 $854,710
    Turk Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $854,710
    Turk Max Homa T49 $43,343 $854,710
    Turk Billy Horschel CUT $0 $854,710
    Turk Tony Finau CUT $0 $854,710
    mkirsh Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $754,242
    mkirsh Jordan Spieth T25 $147,983 $754,242
    mkirsh Max Homa T49 $43,343 $754,242
    mkirsh Cameron Smith CUT $0 $754,242
    mkirsh Shane Lowry CUT $0 $754,242
    mkirsh Billy Horschel CUT $0 $754,242
    sagegrouse Rory McIlroy T7 $562,916 $736,288
    sagegrouse Xander Schauffele T33 $100,468 $736,288
    sagegrouse Justin Rose T40 $72,904 $736,288
    sagegrouse Cameron Smith CUT $0 $736,288
    sagegrouse Cameron Young CUT $0 $736,288
    sagegrouse Tony Finau CUT $0 $736,288
    sagegrouse Abraham Ancer WD $0 $736,288

  17. #97
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    Dec 2014
    Location
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    Not as bad as I thought. Outside of Z, my guys went +8, +5, +5, +5, and +5. If things revert to average (i.e. they play well today), I might even have a chance.
    Past is gone, thou canst not that recall; Future is not, may not be at all;
    Present is, [so] improve the flying hour; Present only is within thy power. - Friar Park Clock Tower [author unknown]

  18. #98
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Norfolk, VA
    Team Green fell like a rock (boulder) on Saturday.
    Bob Green

  19. #99
    A blustery 59į in Brookline, Mass right now. High of 63į in the forecast.

    Quite the contrast from typical US Open weather, say for instance, the 2014 US Open at Pinehurst!

    This appears more like The Open Championship type weather!

  20. #100
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    Dec 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by dudog84 View Post
    Not as bad as I thought. Outside of Z, my guys went +8, +5, +5, +5, and +5. If things revert to average (i.e. they play well today), I might even have a chance.
    So much for that hope. My first 4 out in various stages of meltdown +7, +5, +1, +2. At this point I'd need to go 1st and 2nd...or have a bunch of non-picks take the first 4 or 5 spots.
    Past is gone, thou canst not that recall; Future is not, may not be at all;
    Present is, [so] improve the flying hour; Present only is within thy power. - Friar Park Clock Tower [author unknown]

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