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The Open Championship..

Post by TANGODANCER » Thu Jul 15, 2021 7:59 pm

...start almost passed without notice in the crazy year...Phil Mickelsen last on 10 over par after Round I.
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Re: The Open Championship..

Post by Bruce Rioja » Thu Jul 15, 2021 8:40 pm

TANGODANCER wrote:
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...start almost passed without notice in the crazy year...Phil Mickelsen last on 10 over par after Round I.
That's a little like hearing that Tranmere are 5-0 after 15 minutes :lol:

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Re: The Open Championship..

Post by TANGODANCER » Fri Jul 16, 2021 4:18 pm

Still a few English heroes battling the second stage,Sullivan, Willets, Senior, Paul Casey is hovering etc, and Ian Poulter has appeared over the horizon with Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Rose. Hard to see Jordan Speith being beaten, he's so consistent and such a brilliant golfer. Rory is doing his brilliance and rubbish act again so far and I'm not holding much hope on him. I'm not following it closely as I want to see the two hours of highlights tonight.
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Re: The Open Championship..

Post by Bruce Rioja » Fri Jul 16, 2021 5:10 pm

Any indication as to where they'll put the cut?
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Re: The Open Championship..

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Any indication as to where they'll put the cut?
Not yet, but it's top 70 isn't it? Usually plus one or plus two. Rose, McIlroy and Westwood will sneak in at that? It's goodbye to Phil Nicklesen at plus 12....Mr Steady, Matt Kuchar is on plus six. :shock:
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Post by TANGODANCER » Sat Jul 17, 2021 12:19 pm

Watch out for John Raam, Jordan Speith and Dustin Johnson as I'm not sure Louis Oosterhuizen can hold his lead. I may well be wrong.
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Re: The Open Championship..

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Watch out for John Raam, Jordan Speith and Dustin Johnson as I'm not sure Louis Oosterhuizen can hold his lead. I may well be wrong.
A few surprise names got the cut, Leishman, Mollinari etc. Tough game, Links golf..
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Re: The Open Championship..

Post by TANGODANCER » Sun Jul 18, 2021 6:35 pm

Never heard of Collin Morikawa? (Me neither). Anyway,he won, and he's only 24. . I'm out of touch but didn't do badly with the rest. Ten Brits made par or better over four rounds, with Paul Casey's 5 under the best, so that's not too shabby. For once they got four days of brilliant weather.
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Re: The Open Championship..

Post by Bruce Rioja » Mon Jul 19, 2021 11:53 am

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Never heard of Collin Morikawa? (Me neither). Anyway,he won, and he's only 24. . I'm out of touch but didn't do badly with the rest. Ten Brits made par or better over four rounds, with Paul Casey's 5 under the best, so that's not too shabby. For once they got four days of brilliant weather.
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