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2 minutes ago, Johnny Utah said:

Top amateur is Norwegian?Sounds like a proper Deep South accent.Norway he is Norwegian

 

 

I was thinking that oslo 

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Got to admit I'm not a Tiger fan but fuck me what a comeback that is. I'm really pleased for his as he's been through some really though times and at one point looked like he was finished. I hope he goes on from here rather than it being a flash in the pan. 

 

Still want him to be shit in the Ryder cup though.

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There are an awful lot of kids in their teens who are into their golf and who know that Tiger Woods was a big deal, but they are too young to have seen him win anything of note. For a number of reasons, it has not been a good decade for him but it takes a special kind of mental fortitude to come back from that and challenge again, never mind win. It was far from vintage Woods this week but he was still pretty bloody good. It's good to see him smiling and cheering because for such a long time, he's worn the expression of somebody who'd lost it all and has no idea how or if he would ever get it back.

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I was reading the Guardian comments section after Friday’s play and it was full of bellwhiffs complaining about Woods being the focus of all the articles instead of other players that were ahead of him in the tournament. They’re looking very silly now. 

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Rory is on one here, looking like he could break 60. Joy to watch when he's in this form.

 

Delighted McDowell has qualified for The Open at his home course.

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5 minutes ago, Carradona said:

Rory is on one here, looking like he could break 60. Joy to watch when he's in this form.

 

Delighted McDowell has qualified for The Open at his home course.

Fuck me is it still on? 

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52 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

They are replaying this on TV now - I forgot who won.

 

The suspense is killing me.

You forgot who won last years Masters?! Fucking hell. 

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