Yes and no. It's going to be really, really hard for anyone to go low, but if he's not on, he could shoot a really big number.johnmd20 said:
This helps Kaymer more than anyone, I would guess.
Last 3 U.S. events. He went 69-69 on the weekend at Wentworthcshea said:
Edit: Also- In his last 3 events, Kaymer has posted scores in the 60's on Thursday and Friday then followed it up with scores in the 70's on Saturday in Sunday. No huge numbers, but he has "struggled" so to speak on weekends.
The Four Peters said:I don't see any way he could have gotten his club face to the ball there. Not sure what other option he had.
Being +1 on a day when 55 of the 67 players are +1 or worse and nobody's gotten into the clubhouse better than even hardly seems like a mental collapse.WayBackVazquez said:His lead is about to shrink to 4.
Mentally weakest golfer since Duval 2.0.
SumnerH said:Being +1 on a day when 55 of the 67 players are +1 or worse and nobody's gotten into the clubhouse better than even hardly seems like a mental collapse.
Papelbon's Poutine said:No, but did he sleep with your wife?
A historic round? What are you talking about? Honestly, I don't give a shit that you think it's harsh. I'm not saying it the moment he's not extending his lead; I've been saying this about him for three years in this forum, and now I've you got you as the Kaymer feelings police? It's a fucking message board. Some people like certain teams, and certain players and dislike others. If you <3 Martin Kaymer, you're welcome to say so, just as I can say I think he lacks intestinal fortitude.
If you want to say he will blow it, knock yourself out. He very well might, but that doesn't mean it will happen because of his head. I just think it's a little harsh to start calling him the "mentally weakest golfer since Duval 2.0" the moment he's not extending his lead. He's still putting up a historic round.
I like Rickie a lot and will be rooting for him. But I don't trust the new swing in the final group of the U.S. Open on Sunday.johnmd20 said:
Or Fowler, he's playing well and putting well.
Bob Montgomery's Helmet Hat said:I like Rickie a lot and will be rooting for him. But I don't trust the new swing in the final group of the U.S. Open on Sunday.