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Old 04-12-2014, 12:08 PM   #11
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Genetics, Blue. Do Palmer, Nicklaus and Player look the same? Don't think so, different body types, different genes.
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:21 PM   #12
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Genetics, Blue. Do Palmer, Nicklaus and Player look the same? Don't think so, different body types, different genes.
As I said in my post, "for whatever reason." Genetics? Lifestyle? Bad luck? Some of each?

Here's Arnold Palmer at 78


and Gary Player at 78


and here's our friend Buzzer at 78

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Old 04-12-2014, 07:34 PM   #13
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Hahaha. I know Buzzer. Buzzer is a friend of mine. This guy is no Buzzer.
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Old 04-12-2014, 07:37 PM   #14
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Great leaderboard for tomorrow's final Master's round!

I'm pulling for either Kuch or Spieth, with the outside chance of Blixt. Not convinced that Bubba will hang on but he's kinda dumb enough to do so, in my opinion.

Wouldn't it be wild if Miguel Angel Jimenez won it? What a great 66 he shot today, but can he back it up tomorrow? Dunno....doubt it, but it would be an epic win!

Love the Masters!
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Old 04-12-2014, 07:58 PM   #15
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Great leaderboard for tomorrow's final Master's round!

I'm pulling for either Kuch or Spieth, with the outside chance of Blixt. Not convinced that Bubba will hang on but he's kinda dumb enough to do so, in my opinion.

Wouldn't it be wild if Miguel Angel Jimenez won it? What a great 66 he shot today, but can he back it up tomorrow? Dunno....doubt it, but it would be an epic win!

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Who needs Eldrick?

I think there will be an ebb and flow Sunday. Guys will come up and fade.
Good leader board. I don't even want to handicap it. Rather just let it happen.
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Eldrick who?
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Old 04-12-2014, 08:23 PM   #17
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Hahaha. I know Buzzer. Buzzer is a friend of mine. This guy is no Buzzer.
And, unfortunately, Buzzer is not 78 either.
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Just as I thought. With Tiger not playing hardly anyone showed up.
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Originally Posted by LoJo View Post
Great leaderboard for tomorrow's final Master's round!

I'm pulling for either Kuch or Spieth, with the outside chance of Blixt. Not convinced that Bubba will hang on but he's kinda dumb enough to do so, in my opinion.

Wouldn't it be wild if Miguel Angel Jimenez won it? What a great 66 he shot today, but can he back it up tomorrow? Dunno....doubt it, but it would be an epic win!

Love the Masters!
Yep,Spieth or Jimenez would be the real story of this.

Lee Westwood will come close,but not close enough,and there's a lovely mix of youth and experience on that final day leaderboard.

For all the sycophancy and brown-nosing that surrounds this tournament - the hushed reverence and hilariously referring to fat blokes in shorts as 'patrons' - it really is a magnificent event.

If you're a golf fan,today,along with the last day of the Open Championship and the US Open,is as good as it gets and every second of it should be savoured.

And no Eldrick just makes it all the sweeter...

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Originally Posted by Saint-Just X View Post
Yep,Spieth or Jimenez would be the real story of this.


For all the sycophancy and brown-nosing that surrounds this tournament - the hushed reverence and hilariously referring to fat blokes in shorts as 'patrons' - it really is a magnificent event.
Please don't get me started on those #&$^#% and their Green Jackets.

In spite of those guys it is always a great tournament and this one will be no exception.

I think that I will be rooting for Speith. Nice story on his learning disabled sister on TGC this morning.

I think that one of those currently -5 to -3 is going to win. If I were going to place a bet on somebody it would be Kutcher. Has the experience, playing well on the greens and has steady demeanor. Speith was a little shaky and a little young. Bubby is one bad drive away from bad score. Jimenez, sorry can't risk it on a 50 Year old. Fowler, just can't put him ahead of the other guys mentioned above.
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