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He's from Vermont!!!

BigJim13

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I guess I had a reason to watch this weekend after all!!!! Grew up in Woodstock, VT which is about an hour south of me.
 

limpalong

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Another exciting finish to a PGA event. And, it seems this tourney has a legacy of exciting finishes. Dufner had it won. Leading by 4 strokes with 4 to play. Bradley had a triple bogey. (Why can't I have a triple bogey on the card and still shoot 68???) The kid never gave up. There was no "lay up" in his vocabulary. And, Dufner's putter failed him on the last couple of holes.

There should be some good golf left, with the young guns fighting for the FedEx Cup points. We have a 'new guard' of youngsters who have no fear and no quit in them.
 

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Doesn't look like him, swing doesn't look like his, but Keegan Bradley reminds me of a young (1960s) Arnold Palmer. Hit it hard, walk fast, enjoy the game. Congrats, champ.
 
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Forgive me but I have to say this: he played as smooth as maple syrup, LOL.
 

IrishGolfer

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Hmmm, he reminds me a bit of Jesper Parnevik. Fantastic attitude, a has a lot of new fans here in Ireland.
 

Stanters

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I think anyone who can recover like he did has what it takes, tremendous fortitude at 16 and 17. Not to mention having had a shocker just a few days earlier on the Sunday.

i see he plays a Miyazaki shaft....certainly goes a long, long way in the right hands.
 

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Man, long is right. Holy crap he can hit it a long way. You can see why in the slo mo. Just so much torque on that small frame. I hope his body can take it.
 

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Man, long is right. Holy crap he can hit it a long way. You can see why in the slo mo. Just so much torque on that small frame. I hope his body can take it.

He's 6'2 - 190. He's not exactly little
 

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