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2018 PGA Championship Discussion thread

anonymous golfaholic

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I don't give a crap about CBS Sports' ratings.

Yah, me neither. I'm just playing devil's advocate as to why Tiger hogs most of the air time.

Luckily for Limp's oatmeal, Tiger is in the twilight of his career and won't be around much longer. You guys will need to new villain to root against. ...and be rest assured that you will be seeing Koepka for a long time.
 

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Yah, me neither. I'm just playing devil's advocate as to why Tiger hogs most of the air time.

Luckily for Limp's oatmeal, Tiger is in the twilight of his career and won't be around much longer. You guys will need to new villain to root against. ...and be rest assured that you will be seeing Koepka for a long time.
Even the "over the hill gang" is still pertinent. Stewart Cink played well and was on the leaderboard most of the tournament. We still see Furyk playing well for time to time. Even though we've see such a fantastic cadre of excellent young PGA Tour players, someone supposedly past their prime can win on Tour...…… like Woods.
 

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Stewart Cink played well and was on the leaderboard most of the tournament.

I meant to mention Cink. I was monitoring his final round with interest. He gave a really good account of himself. Hopefully he’s taken a lot of confidence from it.
 
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Stewart Cink: the farmer-est of all tans.

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