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2018 Open Championship
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Congratulations to "the champion golfer of the year" , Francesco Molinari. Well done with Tiger staring him down every step of the way.
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Great tournament to watch. Nice to see Molinari break through for a major.
Humboldt Broncos SJHL April 6, 2018
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Molinari has been something else lately the last 3 tournaments. Best stretch I've seen someone have for awile.
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Tiger being back is great for golf. Big for Molinari winning this against Tiger. I know it is a Major but winning it with him contending vs not contending could have a big impact for Molinari, be it in just sponsors wanting him at tournaments, endorsements, whatever, should be very positive for him. TV ratings way up, highest since 2000 I read.
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Nice to see they finally put the American PGA for next year in May, making the major schedule:

April - The Masters
May - The American PGA
June - The U.S. Open
July - The Open Championship

It's a great move that I think will put the lustre back on the Wanamaker, and fill in the "empty" month of May without negatively affecting any of the other majors.
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Also known as the PGA Championship
Humboldt Broncos SJHL April 6, 2018
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I see ol' Robbie Garrigus is burning it up at the Canadian Open.

(what a great name)
Humboldt Broncos SJHL April 6, 2018
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4 way tie going into the final round, including Dustin Johnson (Gretzky's son in law).


Top Canadian is Mackenzie Hughes, currently T13, 6 shots back.
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Johnson shoots a final round 66 to end up at 23 under for a 3 stoke victory over 2 Koreans (Whee Kim, and Byeong Hun An) for his 3rd victory of the season, and 19th of his career. First golfer since Tiger Woods to win at least 3 tournaments, 3 consecutive years. Johnson had previously been a runner up twice in the Canadian Open.


Keegan Bradley must be thinking what could've been. Finished 4th, 4 shots back despite shooting a 73 yesterday.

Top Canadian was Mackenzie Hughes, who ended up 8 shots back in a Tie for 8th.
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Tiger with a bogey to drop 2 back.

Golf is better with Tiger in contention.
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Tiger sticks a 165 year approach a couple feet away!
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Tiger sinks the easy birdie put to get back to 1 back of the lead.

Proceeds to put his tee shot on the 246 yard par 3 about 15 or so feet away - birdie opportunity.
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Tiger not able to bury the birdie - remains down by 1 shot heading to 17.
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Kopeka with a birdie putting Tiger back 3.
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Oooops
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For sure. I'm not big into golf, but my interest goes up 100 fold with Tiger involved.
(2018-08-12, 04:43 PM)Pouzar Wrote: Tiger with a bogey to drop 2 back.

Golf is better with Tiger in contention.

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Probably makes more sense to have a continuous golf thread but was quite humorous having someone start another thread knowing one person was talking about it in the other thread.

Koepka is quite the pressure golfer. Has won 4 times on the PGA, 3 times being Majors. This is make for a great Fedex Cup this year with all the story lines.
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(2018-08-12, 07:15 PM)tm123 Wrote: Probably makes more sense to have a continuous golf thread but was quite humorous having someone start another thread knowing one person was talking about it in the other thread.

I was trying to pull us together...sheesh, what the heck is wrong with that??

Lighten up, dude. Plain
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But yeah, maybe at least a Majors thread for next year.

Note to self..
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