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By:
Hank Hill
When: 29 Nov 18 00:48
Shouldn't be for anyone Mighty...

Outright fave now. Got to be kidding. What do his backers have against money I wonder


Lewisham smashing the market Silly
By:
Can't Catch Me
When: 29 Nov 18 15:04
DeChambeau
Finau
Schauffele

My team of three.
By:
lewisham ranger
When: 29 Nov 18 21:43
Lewisham smashing the market

I've only backed one golfer in this tournament, and that's Patrick cantlay at 22-1, that's the gods honest truth. (so expect a cantlay blowout in round two.)

will be annoyed if fat boys wins, as he was the other one I thought about backing.

rickie I wouldn't touch with a bargepole at the moment. head seems to have gone. he's talking about winning a major next year but at the moment he'd struggle to get over the line in a web.com event.

tiger and some others looks like they have got the deckchairs out. and who can blame them?
By:
Mighty Whites 2008
When: 29 Nov 18 22:46
Tiger got sore ankles
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 30 Nov 18 15:36
Schauffele - two dbl bogeys won't help our cause Devil
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 30 Nov 18 15:39
Hope he had a few strong margaritas in Rose's pad last nite Whoops
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 30 Nov 18 15:43
BUBBA 20's & Noran 25's from here tia Devil
By:
Total Bosman
When: 30 Nov 18 15:53
People slagging off Rickie but he won from 7 back last year and he's already positioned himself there.  Master strategist.
By:
Total Bosman
When: 30 Nov 18 20:24
Know the rules are complicated, but how on earth was that a golf shot from Tiger?
By:
trebor
When: 30 Nov 18 20:49
He knows he double hit it, I knew he had double hit it without a replay,  Fehrety  and the 2 in the studio new he had double hit it, yet the new rule means he gets away with it legally now?? you just cant make a 2 inch back swing and hit it that far, no replay needed.
By:
Total Bosman
When: 30 Nov 18 21:00
If it's not a double hit surely it's a scoop.  I just don't see how it's a legitimate shot.  Even if the TV rule means it's hard to impose the penalty, Tiger should take an easy PR win in a meaningless tournament and be honest enough to call it on himself.
By:
trebor
When: 30 Nov 18 21:05
He said the pics show he double hit it, and as Beem says that's enough for him to call the penalty on himself, as any honest person would do.
By:
Total Bosman
When: 30 Nov 18 21:06
Yup, agreed.
By:
lewisham ranger
When: 30 Nov 18 22:41
nice of tiger to take up hockey halfway through his round.
By:
Mighty Whites 2008
When: 01 Dec 18 16:02
Agree with TB here hard to understand why Tiger just didn't call it on himself. Would have been a positive pr spin for him in an event that he is highly unlikely to win and doesn't really mater in the grand scheme of things.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 02 Dec 18 20:27
RAHMbo is HEREo Devil
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 04 Dec 18 18:45
https://www.golf.org.au/newsdisplay/102372

The Bahamas event will fall in the same post-Thanksgiving slot next year – a week after the Australian PGA and a direct clash with the Australian Open in Sydney the week before the Presidents Cup in Melbourne.

Multiple sources in the American golf media anticipate a Wednesday-Saturday run for the 2019 event to ensure easier logistics for the trip to Australia to ensure players, caddies and families arrive in time. Woods’ entourage is expected to formally announce arrangements after this week’s trip Down Under.

Woods, on Presidents Cup captaincy debut, naturally has an interest in ensuring his squad arrives in Victoria ready to take on Ernie Els’ International team at the site of the hosts’ only victory, now way back in 1998.

The 14-time major winner said earlier this year that he wouldn’t mind if his team members opted to play in the Australian Open instead of in the Bahamas, insisting only that they’re match fit and not coming off a month’s rest, an issue he said was the main problem for his team 20 years ago.
But after interviews with Associated Press senior golf correspondent Doug Ferguson in the Bahamas today, you did not need forensic training to confirm a crime that’s about to be perpetrated on Australian golf.
In all likelihood, the Hero’s invitational field will comprise most, if not all, of the American team for the biennial Presidents Cup, supposedly the showpiece for all golfers ineligible to compete in the Ryder Cup between the USA and Europe in the opposite years.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 08 Nov 19 23:45
USA Team Captain Tiger Woods has named his four Captain's picks for the Presidents Cup!

Paddy REED
Gary WOODLAND
Tony FINAU
Tiger WOODS

Surprise, surprise, all four picks 'get together' at this year’s (((((HERO WORLD CHALLENGE))))).
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 15 Nov 19 15:11
FINAL FIELD.....OWGR Rankings for this 18 man-field...

3 - DJ
4 - JT
5 - Rahm
6 - Cantlay
7 - Tiger
8 - Rose
9 - Xander
10 - Bryson
11 - Webb
14 - Woodland
15 - Reed
16 - Finau
21 - Rickie
22 - Kuch
35 - Kisner
38 - Bubba
40 - Stenson just added
43 - Spieth just added

11 on that flight to OZ - Woods, Finau, Kuchar, Reed, Woodland, Thomas, Simpson, Cantlay, Schauffele, DJ and DeChambeau... (yeah, Brooks makes his own way, or Tricky hops aboard)
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 20 Nov 19 22:01
Perhaps KISNER (30/1) wins this week ?...now that would be slightly embarrassing Blush
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 28 Nov 19 14:37
6/1 Rahm
7/1 JT
8/1 Cantlay
10/1 Tiger
12/1 DJ, Xander
14/1 Webb, Rose, Rickie
16/1 Bryson
18/1 Finau
20/1 Woodland, Reed
25/1 Spieth
30/1 Stenson, Kuchar, Kisner
40/1 Bubba
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 01 Dec 19 19:55
Dustin OUT ("my recovery from knee surgery is complete, feel another wk of physio and practice will best prepare me for the Presidents Cup) - 36th ranked Chez Reavie makes his debut in his place - 8th at the TOUR Championship last August ($1.1 million bonus money - highligh was ace on 9th hole) while his season highlight was winning the Travelers Championship in June (his first win since 2008).
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 01 Dec 19 20:04
On WEDNESDAY to Saturday btw Devil
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 01 Dec 19 20:17
Coverage of TIGER's every move on GolfTV, PGA TOUR and TGR Live Tongue Out
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 01 Dec 19 20:31
Monday - A Hero Shot thingy at the Baha Mar pool, the official host hotel, featuring host Tiger, DeChambeau, Rahmbo, Spieth, Stenson & Woodland.
Tuesday - Pro Am.....How much would you pay to caddie 18 holes for Tiger Woods? - One bidder at Tiger Jam pledged $75,000 for the right to carry Woods' bag during the pro-am at this year's Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. https://heroworldchallenge.com/pairings/ Devil
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 01 Dec 19 20:49
Dave Gilbert, founder and CEO of National Funding, had the winning bid (surpassing the $50K paid last year by Jim Williams) at 'Tiger Jam' - his annual fundraising event in Las Vegas for his TGR Foundation. Other auction items included trips to Albany in the Bahamas and Diamante Cabo San Lucas, where Woods designed a golf course; each went for $20,000. A Virtual Green putting machine also auctioned for $22.5K. Over the years, the event has generated more than $21 million for his foundation, which focuses on educational programs and youth development.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 01 Dec 19 21:20
Pro-Am, ONLY 30K to play in it...

https://www.mrsundaygolf.com/hero
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 02 Dec 19 23:09
PAST Results from the 4 Bahamas events...(only the players that matter included).

2019 (2018 SEASON)...
Jon Rahm    1    71    63    69    65    268    $1,000,000.00
Tony Finau    2    72    64    67    69    272    $400,000.00
Justin Rose    3    70    70    68    65    273    $250,000.00
Henrik Stenson    4    68    66    69    71    274    $175,000.00
Patrick Cantlay    T5    65    70    76    64    275    $147,500.00
Rickie Fowler    T5    72    67    67    69    275    $147,500.00
Dustin Johnson    7    68    67    72    69    276    $140,000.00
Xander Schauffele    T8    73    68    66    70    277    $126,666.67
Gary Woodland    T8    72    66    67    72    277    $126,666.66
Patrick Reed    11    65    77    66    70    278    $115,000.00
Bryson DeChambeau    T12    70    71    71    68    280    $109,000.00
Justin Thomas    T12    70    70    70    70    280    $109,000.00
Bubba Watson    T12    69    73    69    69    280    $109,000.00

2018
Rickie Fowler    1    67    70    72    61    270    $1,000,000.00   
Jordan Spieth    T3    68    67    72    69    276    $212,500.00   
Patrick Reed    T5    72    66    71    68    277    $145,000.00   
Justin Rose    T5    68    68    71    70    277    $145,000.00   
Matt Kuchar    T9    67    70    72    71    280    $122,500.00   
Tiger Woods    T9    69    68    75    68    280    $122,500.00   
Justin Thomas    11    69    70    74    68    281    $115,000.00   
Kevin Kisner    T12    70    72    75    70    287    $109,500.00
Dustin Johnson    T14    68    72    76    72    288    $107,000.00   
Henrik Stenson    17    70    71    77    71    289    $105,000.00   
Brooks Koepka    18    71    78    72    70    291    $100,000.00   

2017
Henrik Stenson    2    67    71    66    68    272    $400,000.00 (Matsu Won btw)   
Rickie Fowler    T3    68    70    68    69    275    $191,667.00   
Dustin Johnson    T3    66    66    72    71    275    $191,667.00   
Matt Kuchar    T3    67    67    71    70    275    $191,667.00   
Jordan Spieth    T6    68    69    70    70    277    $140,000.00   
Bubba Watson    T6    72    63    75    67    277    $140,000.00   
Patrick Reed    10    72    69    71    68    280    $120,000.00   
Brooks Koepka    T13    72    68    72    71    283    $108,500.00   
Tiger Woods    15    73    65    70    76    284    $107,000.00   
Justin Rose    W/D    74                74       

2016
Bubba Watson    1    67    67    63    66    263    $1,000,000.00   
Patrick Reed    2    69    65    66    66    266    $400,000.00   
Rickie Fowler    3    70    68    65    64    267    $250,000.00   
Jordan Spieth    4    67    66    68    67    268    $175,000.00   
Brooks Koepka    7    67    70    65    68    270    $140,000.00   
Justin Rose    13    71    72    70    62    275    $109,000.00   
Matt Kuchar    14    70    66    69    71    276    $108,000.00   
Dustin Johnson    15    68    69    72    71    280    $107,000.00

Simpson & Reavie make there debut here, while it's just the second-time-around for Rahmbo 1st (fast learner), Cantlay T5, Schauffele T8, DeChambeau T12, Woodland T8, Finau 2nd & Kisner T12
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