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  • #16
    Originally posted by Deuce View Post
    Anyone not named Tiger would not be playing at this point.
    Yeah they would...it is a rule.

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    • #17
      Angel Cabrera is so good at this course.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Deuce View Post
        Anyone not named Tiger would not be playing at this point.
        I don't believe that.

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        • #19
          I think I'd like to see Brandt Snedeker win.

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          • #20
            On second thought, seeing Tiger win and the firestorm of people whining and crying about it would be fun, too.

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            • #21
              I don't care about golf but I'd like to see Tiger win too. I should say hear about him win cause I'm not watching golf.

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              • #22
                He looks very average today. Poor tee shots and really bad putting.

                Shouldnt be surprised. He's the ultimate front runner. When he has a Sunday lead, he locks it down. When he doesn't, he isn't winning.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Deuce View Post

                  Shouldnt be surprised. He's the ultimate front runner. When he has a Sunday lead, he locks it down. When he doesn't, he isn't winning.


                  Come on, man. Do you realize how stupid that sounds? When he's playing well, he usually has a Sunday lead. When he's not, he doesn't. Just like anybody else. And if you think he's never came from behind to win, there's not much else to say. The difference between him and others is he's had more Sunday leads than anybody else, and yeah. He's probably the best closer ever.

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                  • #24
                    Remind me how many majors he's dropped a low number on a Sunday to steal the win? It's not just about playing well. He's had majors where he played solid and was only down 2 strokes or so heading into Sunday. That's striking distance and he didn't get it done.

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                    • #25
                      Tiger hasn't had to "drop a low number to steal a win" When he's on his game, he's dominant. Arguably one of the best ever. And now it's just majors? ok. But by all means, continue nitpicking an alltimer. Makes you look stupid, but hey. I'm sure you hold all the other guys on the PGA tour to the same standards, right? And if not, why not?

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                      • #26
                        It's not nitpicking. The fact that he's never come back to win in a major has been a criticism of his. For all his intimidation of other players and his mental toughness, he's come up short in those situations.

                        And of course we're talking about majors. I couldn't give a shit about him dominating scrubs in Dubai and the Disney Firestone Classic or whatever they call it these days.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by NoDak View Post


                          Come on, man. Do you realize how stupid that sounds? When he's playing well, he usually has a Sunday lead. When he's not, he doesn't. Just like anybody else. And if you think he's never came from behind to win, there's not much else to say. The difference between him and others is he's had more Sunday leads than anybody else, and yeah. He's probably the best closer ever.
                          One of the golf analysts said Tiger's never come from behind to win a major. Not sure about all the other tournaments.

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                          • #28
                            As far as Tiger being a great closer, that used to be the case but he fell off considerably after the divorce.

                            Last year alone he lost a handful of leads on Saturday and Sunday.

                            IIRC, that was pretty much his standard last season. Strong start on the first two days then stumble down the stretch.
                            Last edited by 1bigfan13; 04-14-2013, 06:05 PM.

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                            • #29
                              Scott with a great putt in the clutch followed by a monstrous shot from Cabrera.

                              What a great finish this is.
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by 1bigfan13 View Post
                                As far as Tiger being a great closer, that used to be the case but he fell off considerably after the divorce.

                                Last year alone he lost a handful of leads on Saturday and Sunday.
                                Yup.

                                He is not the closer or the clutch putter he used to be. He's had majors there for the taking but just couldn't close it out strong.
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