Fair enough but Tiger has never shot a 60 in tournament play. This course isn't that easy, and at -9 through 13 this has the makings of a very impressive round.
I was being sarcastic. He's on pace for a 59 or better. That's historic.
Could be nerves, or it could just be that it's really hard to birdie every hole. It's not like he started playing badly. He still hasn't made a bogey.
WayBackVazquez said:Well, Tiger says its the first win his son has seen.
Deathofthebambino said:Tiger being Tiger. Just on cruise control today. 1 birdie and all pars through 11 or 12 holes. A clinic of how to not fuck up, keep things in play and take your shots when you get them. He looks really good heading into next weekend. Everyone else seems to be struggling to score today, so it looks like the margin of victory should be in that 7-8 range unless something catastrophic happens.
Yeah, and it also says his daughter was at the US Open he won in 2008. The original poster was saying that it's the first time Tiger's played the "dad" card, which isn't true and what I was responding to. Prior to the divorce, the kids (particularly Sam, because she was born in 2007) were at plenty of events. Charlie may not have ever seen him win one because Charlie wasn't even a year old when Tiger won his last tournament prior to the divorce. If Tiger keeps playing and winning, I would imagine we'll start seeing more and more of the kids as they get older and don't need to be tied to their custodial parent as much.
http://www.pga.com/pgachampionship/multimedia/video/ian-poulter-talks-oak-hill-and-rory-mcilroy-2013-pga-championshipBigMike said:Listening to the Ian Poulter press conference this morning. Man I love this guy, he is just fantastic
cshea said:Poulter is having a nice little run on twitter following the PGA. He is proposing to taser the idiots who he'll "mashed potatoes" and other crap after shots.
I think Poults can be insufferabld when he starts whining, but he is absolutely right about this.