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Re: Other sports
« Reply #90 on: June 15, 2012, 07:21 »
Aye, watched most of it, and also regretting the lack of sleep today.

It's one for the media and stats is the course. It's a 7100 yard course and it's defo not a par 70, just been done so to milk every drop of hype around.

McIlroy desperately needs to improve his course management skills, step back and listen to his caddie or look to be alongside Darren Clarke as much as possible. Darren's a massive positive for youngsters as he's always around for help and Rory needs to sit down and learn.

Donald, he was just terrible yesterday. Didn't hit the fairway enough and with his lack of length it's not at all a wonder that he struggled.

The stimpmeter reading was around, if not more than, 13 yesterday, pretty quick that, and the soft iron players had an okay time- Francesco Molinari and Branden Grace to name two.

Westwood's at 3 over, so nowhere near out of the tournament yet.

I think that the players who started at the back nine were defo more fortunate than the ones who started on the front nine, especially for imploding likes like those of McIlroy.

As for Woods, I'm not convinced by his ability to string out four good rounds to win a major yet. He's definitely getting better and he had a monster putt yesterday.

It's a course for a fit and in form Dustin Johnson like player, shame he's not in peak fitness nowadays.
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