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Bookie Will Rory McIlroy stay hot at the 2011 US Open?

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bbqit said:

Time for roy mc's caddie to take over and roy mc to listen to him. par will win it.

Couple of birdies and bogeys then par it out, as the cool kids would say... the cats in the bag.

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Looks like he's gonna stay hot and finish with a record, entertaining stuff when the game has no Tiger.

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Funny, no Tiger but you can still here a roar(y).



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Congrats to Benny and Weston M, Rory did work this weekend.

The future is bright...

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Rory did just what he had to to finish.He played smart and hit some outstanding shots.Looks like he's learned some lessons from his last tourney collapse.

It's good to see new blood step up to the plate,and maybe it'll elevate some of the others.

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I bet Tiger needs more pain med. He probably threw a club at the tv.
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bbqit said:

He probably threw a club at the tv.

He missed badly to the left,clutched his leg and withdrew to the bathroom.

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Two things.
1) Feherty said that if Rory played the Tiger of 2000 that Tiger would have had his "arse" handed to him
2) one of the Golf Chanel commentators said "if Tiger is watching Rory, his knee probably just got worse"

Tigers feeling really old right now.
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Two things.
1) Feherty said that if Rory played the Tiger of 2000 that Tiger would have had his "arse" handed to him
2) one of the Golf Chanel commentators said "if Tiger is watching Rory, his knee probably just got worse"

Tigers feeling really old right now.


More motivation in the end? Hell Golf may get really entertaining here soon.

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Tiger needs to go back to playing those 14 extra holes between tourneys to get his head back in the groove.

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It's sad that Tiger is all we got. America will not win one for a while unless somebody steps up to the plate. Tiger aint gonna do it. I really don't think Tiger will do it when he comes back.

Tennis, golf, hockey, basketball and baseball - dominated by foreigners
thank God for the NFL as one of our last pro sports we own.
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L.A.Hog said:

Tiger needs to go back to playing those 14 extra holes between tourneys to get his head back in the groove.

A swing and a miss.

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bbqit said:

It's sad that Tiger is all we got. America will not win one for a while unless somebody steps up to the plate. Tiger aint gonna do it. I really don't think Tiger will do it when he comes back.

Tennis, golf, hockey, basketball and baseball - dominated by foreigners
thank God for the NFL as one of our last pro sports we own.
Seeing that the only thing the U.S. has is Rickie Fowler and his loud clothing...yeah, we're in deep shiite. Tiger may not win another major much less beat Jack's record. Before anyone says it, yeah I'm counting Tiger out.
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I reserve judgement for another year, then I'll believe Tiger may be too far past his prime.

It does suck that the US doesn't have any up and coming guys, we have a handful of decent guys I guess.

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Tider27 said:

I reserve judgement for another year, then I'll believe Tiger may be too far past his prime.

It does suck that the US doesn't have any up and coming guys, we have a handful of decent guys I guess.

I'm going to stop short of saying Woods won't win in a big way again,but I do believe the fear factor has pretty much gone away for him.

As far as the other Americans,I was hoping guys like Bubba Watson and Anthony Kim would step up but that hasn't necesssarily been the case.We have some nice amateurs coming up but it looks like the foreigners have the upper hand now.

But I like to watch great golf no matter whose playing it.



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