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Discussion in 'General Sports' started by cshea, Aug 8, 2017.
Stroud's putt seemed more towards the edge, but Kisner's putt should've dropped
Day suddenly back in it.
Horrible finish for Rickie.
Day, Thomas, Matsu, and Oostie will put pressure on Kisner and Stroud tomorrow.
JT did what I thought Rickie might do.
Great break but holy hell Kisner has no shot.
Wtf was Day thinking going down the right? How did he think he had enough space to turn that over?
Golf wasn't meant to be played where Day is.
Day chips out and he likely ends up four back going into Sunday.
Day making a mockery of the game of golf.
Day looking at a 7 or 8.
Unbelievably bad course management
Okay, so cross Day off the list.
And Rickie really just blew it at the end there. He could have been right in the game and instead he's looking at a potential Top 10 finish, but certainly not a win.
I'm putting all my chips on Matsuyama.
Yeah, he survived a not very good round and is one off the lead. I like him too.
Haven't watched any coverage today but DJs card has 4 birdies on the front so looks like there may be potential for someone to go low and make a move up the leaderboard
I think I'm on Team JT today.
I'm watching Ian Poulter arguing about the ball being in a hazard. The PGA needs instant replay.
Poulter intimidated the officials into changing their ruling from the correct one to the wrong one,
They used the cameras for that.
No, only after he was whining. The ruling was, you have to go back to the tee, because we can't be sure it's in the hazard. And that was correct, as they learned when they found the ball. And when they did, they STILL should have sent him back. The five minute rule is for playing the ball, not for evidence. If they can use the camera after five minutes, they can use the finding of the ball.
That's what Jordan gets for giving my boy Kuchar a delay at the Open
I was surprised to find out Chris Stroud is married. I assumed that any man with the bad taste to wear the pair of pants that he has on was single.
I have nothing against Kisner, but I am on team Chris Stroud today. Seems like a hell of a nice guy
I love Oosthuizen -- love his swing and his lack of pretension -- but it's hard not to root for Stroud. He's been a grinder on the tour for a long time.
Caught the last few holes yesterday. A couple observations:
- Kisner looked like he couldn't get off the course fast enough after he dunked one on 16. Rattled in the third round doesn't seem like an indicator for a strong round today.
- Jason Day played the 18th like a fool. That second shot had no chance.
- Matsuyama, Thomas, and Oosthuizen is a lot of talent lingering a shot or two off the lead. Scores are all over the place today but three or four under is doable.
Be nice if the broadcast moved off Spieth/Poulter and showed the guys in contention tee off here.
Nice bogey by JT after skulling a bunker shot.
Kisner now has a 2 shot lead and no one is really making a run yet. Wondering if it's going to be his to choke away on the Green Mile.
Hideki doesn't have his putter today.
Holy smokes that was a sweet 7-iron.
Kisner dropping some pretty good putts so far today.
And Kisner in the drink. Brutal for him.
Yep, miserable dunk there. Not a good hole to make a mistake on since birdie is so achievable.
Stop hitting it into the water....he should be in double digits still if he didn't blow it in green mile yesterday
Coffey, like the drink, only spelled different.
Wheels coming off for Kiz
Or not. Hell of an up and down there
He needed that putt right there. And he nailed it!
This is an awesome Sunday. The PGA has been so much better than the US Open this year. This track is great and seemingly a lot more challenging than Erin Hills despite being so much shorter.
Fun golf tournament to watch. To the back nine we go.
It's been very fun. First major of the year where there were multiple guys in contention on the back 9.
^ this.... Yes
Hideki makes a humongous putt there. Impressive.
That was legitimately cool!
Terrible stroke there.
4 way tie. What an end this will be.
This is fantastic
Molinari bears a very striking resemblance to Fransisco Cervelli. Let's see if he can get through the Green Mile and post a score.
Make that five.
Wow, that shot by Matsy was a mess.