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By:
rommel
When: 05 May 19 22:45
rory needs a major refit,not being flippant but it could just be marriage,does change people,he's cetainly lost something at the top of the game
By:
detraveller
When: 05 May 19 22:46
When is the next tourney featuring Tiger?
By:
rommel
When: 05 May 19 22:46
some poeple*
By:
therhino
When: 05 May 19 22:47

May 5, 2019 -- 10:46PM, detraveller wrote:


When is the next tourney featuring Tiger?


PGA in 2 weeks.

By:
jedi sophie
When: 05 May 19 22:51
Was Bethpage the Glover v Barnes tourney?
By:
detraveller
When: 05 May 19 22:59
Thanks rhino
By:
therhino
When: 05 May 19 23:00
It was Jedi.
By:
PENLLWYN
When: 05 May 19 23:01
Excited
By:
therhino
When: 05 May 19 23:01
And another of Phil's near misses, was fave at one point down the stretch and bottled it on the 17th tee
By:
jedi sophie
When: 05 May 19 23:28
Did he have a weird brown outfit on or am I losing it.lol.
Think hit it where you just could not on 17..fluffed one or so.

Hope better board than that.

Phil season all about Pebble.
By:
jedi sophie
When: 05 May 19 23:28
Homa impressive up to now.
By:
Hank Hill
When: 05 May 19 23:31
Yeah he really has been jedi - very nice eagle try lag - wd 1000 backers, prob should pick up a lottery ticket too!
By:
Hank Hill
When: 05 May 19 23:48
1st bogey of the day for Homa
By:
Hank Hill
When: 06 May 19 00:01
Great par save. Fair play to Homa, I had the winning score as 11 or 12 coming in to today. Just didn't expect his rd at all
By:
Hank Hill
When: 06 May 19 00:20
Quite fitting Homa wins it by putting in another biggish par putt
By:
Jack Hacksaw
When: 06 May 19 09:43
Jack Hacksaw
Jack Hacksaw 01 May 19 10:21 Joined: 08 Jan 02 | Topic/replies: 4,762 | Blogger: Jack Hacksaw's blog
Seamus Power.

Full bank at 440.0.Laugh

Actually, on places mainly.

Gutted.  Double bogey on 18 meant my top 5 (54/1) and top 10(22/1)  bets lost.  Top 20 collected which was a minor consolation.
By:
Mighty Whites 2008
When: 06 May 19 22:16
Max Homa

1. Two years ago, Homa was lost. Suffering through the driver yips, he made just 2 of 17 cuts, earned $18,008 and saw his world ranking plummet into the 1000s.

“Nobody knew who I was; no one cared,” he said. “I felt like I shouldn’t be playing practice rounds with people. I felt like I was on an island and it was borderline embarrassing.”

Sent back down to the Web, Homa needed to birdie the last four holes of the regular-season finale or he wouldn’t have even qualified for the 2018 Finals, where he eventually earned back his card. Without that birdie run, Homa would have been back at square one – Q-School.

It’s the small steps that led to a big breakthrough.

2. So why was this Homa’s time?

Sure, he’s sorted out his driver. And yes, he has a better attitude nowadays, thanks to the playful banter with his caddie, Joe Greiner. And, no doubt, he was trending, with just one missed cut since late January.

But the real reason why Homa was able to outduel a strong field on a major-caliber course, as usual, came down to the putter. He led the field in strokes gained: putting, picking up nearly 10 shots on the field and holing a number of clutch putts on his back nine to stay comfortably in front.

On Sunday, he missed just twice in 16 attempts from inside 10 feet – an impressive feat considering he was in Tour contention for the first time.

3. The Wells Fargo continues to produce one of the most bizarre leaderboards of the year. Just look at the winners there since 2012!

• Rickie Fowler

• Derek Ernst

• J.B. Holmes

• Rory McIlroy

• James Hahn

• Justin Thomas (2017 PGA)

• Jason Day

• Max Homa
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