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#195 : May 13, 2013, 10:05:01 AM

Haha . .  . . Sergio spouted off a day earlier and gets in a verbal battle with Woods and then collapses in the last two holes trying to Tiger, giving up all kinds of money,  . . . . and he wasnt "mad" . . . oh . . .  and then called himself a victim . . . 

yeah, Sergio definitely had control of his emotions, he was an iceberg . . LMAO

wish idiots without a clue would stay out of golf threads -

lol . . .  you took a golf class as part of your nursing program?

Morgan 101 - if someone disagrees call them an idiot . . . and then delete.  Btw, here you go:

http://espn.go.com/golf/story/_/id/9266047/tiger-woods-gets-sergio-garcia-head

$31mil career earnings and millions in endorsements - you think Sergio cares about prize money from going from 2nd to 7th in the standings.

Get a clue.

http://scores.nbcsports.msnbc.com/golf/averages.asp?tour=PGA&rank=05

Lol

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#196 : May 13, 2013, 10:06:18 AM

The PeanutButterCheeseBoy appears to need a prescription refill.

Buggsy is TRULY mad

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#197 : May 13, 2013, 10:07:26 AM

Woods statement that he is getting better is accurate.  His game is improved with his stance change (moving closer to the ball) and the return of his 'draw' shots.  His error off the tee into a lateral hazard was surprising - and surely a disappointment, but that had to have been overcome with his two shots to the green on the 18th.  When it was on the line after the error Woods stepped up his game.  Good news for Woods fans - he seems to have found the 'go to' shot he has been missing.

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#198 : May 13, 2013, 10:12:16 AM

The PeanutButterCheeseBoy appears to need a prescription refill.

PBCB's arguing with people/baiting new arguments in 5 or 6 threads, yeah he's mad .....

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#199 : May 13, 2013, 10:17:15 AM

The PeanutButterCheeseBoy appears to need a prescription refill.

PBCB's arguing with people/baiting new arguments in 5 or 6 threads, yeah he's mad .....

Lol

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#200 : May 13, 2013, 10:19:06 AM

Woods statement that he is getting better is accurate.  His game is improved with his stance change (moving closer to the ball) and the return of his 'draw' shots.  His error off the tee into a lateral hazard was surprising - and surely a disappointment, but that had to have been overcome with his two shots to the green on the 18th.  When it was on the line after the error Woods stepped up his game.  Good news for Woods fans - he seems to have found the 'go to' shot he has been missing. 

Edit - Woods is also one of the many taking total advantage of the club modifications that are letting metal woods (3-5) carry the ball damned near to where only drivers once reached.  The 3-5 metal woods are easier to control (including bending the ball left and right)

He caught a break on 16 when he barely cleared the water and ended up in the sand.   Would have been a big turn of events had that ball landed in the water.   He obviously did a nice job recovering from the double bogie on 14, when he must have been "mad"
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#201 : May 13, 2013, 10:19:49 AM

The PeanutButterCheeseBoy appears to need a prescription refill.

PBCB's arguing with people/baiting new arguments in 5 or 6 threads, yeah he's mad .....

Lol

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#202 : May 13, 2013, 10:38:14 AM

Woods statement that he is getting better is accurate.  His game is improved with his stance change (moving closer to the ball) and the return of his 'draw' shots.  His error off the tee into a lateral hazard was surprising - and surely a disappointment, but that had to have been overcome with his two shots to the green on the 18th.  When it was on the line after the error Woods stepped up his game.  Good news for Woods fans - he seems to have found the 'go to' shot he has been missing. 

Edit - Woods is also one of the many taking total advantage of the club modifications that are letting metal woods (3-5) carry the ball damned near to where only drivers once reached.  The 3-5 metal woods are easier to control (including bending the ball left and right)

He caught a break on 14 when he barely cleared the water and ended up in the sand.   Would have been a big turn of events had that ball landed in the water.   He obviously did a nice job recovering from the double bogie on 14, when he must have been "mad"
On the 14th he put the ball in the water, and ended up with 6 - double bogey.  That was the hole where he dropped next to the lateral hazard iirc

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#203 : May 13, 2013, 10:45:49 AM

Woods statement that he is getting better is accurate.  His game is improved with his stance change (moving closer to the ball) and the return of his 'draw' shots.  His error off the tee into a lateral hazard was surprising - and surely a disappointment, but that had to have been overcome with his two shots to the green on the 18th.  When it was on the line after the error Woods stepped up his game.  Good news for Woods fans - he seems to have found the 'go to' shot he has been missing. 

Edit - Woods is also one of the many taking total advantage of the club modifications that are letting metal woods (3-5) carry the ball damned near to where only drivers once reached.  The 3-5 metal woods are easier to control (including bending the ball left and right)

He caught a break on 14 when he barely cleared the water and ended up in the sand.   Would have been a big turn of events had that ball landed in the water.   He obviously did a nice job recovering from the double bogie on 14, when he must have been "mad"
On the 14th he put the ball in the water, and ended up with 6 - double bogey.  That was the hole where he dropped next to the lateral hazard iirc

oops, meant 16th he caught the break, mistyped

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#204 : May 13, 2013, 10:50:07 AM

Woods statement that he is getting better is accurate.  His game is improved with his stance change (moving closer to the ball) and the return of his 'draw' shots.  His error off the tee into a lateral hazard was surprising - and surely a disappointment, but that had to have been overcome with his two shots to the green on the 18th.  When it was on the line after the error Woods stepped up his game.  Good news for Woods fans - he seems to have found the 'go to' shot he has been missing. 

Edit - Woods is also one of the many taking total advantage of the club modifications that are letting metal woods (3-5) carry the ball damned near to where only drivers once reached.  The 3-5 metal woods are easier to control (including bending the ball left and right)

He caught a break on 14 when he barely cleared the water and ended up in the sand.   Would have been a big turn of events had that ball landed in the water.   He obviously did a nice job recovering from the double bogie on 14, when he must have been "mad"
On the 14th he put the ball in the water, and ended up with 6 - double bogey.  That was the hole where he dropped next to the lateral hazard iirc

oops, meant 16th he caught the break, mistyped
Ah, gotcha - I would offer getting the ball in the trap there was the best location he could be in other than within 25' of the pin on the green.  That was fortunate for sure.  Having said that - the way he was playing only the water was going to keep him from birdie.. lol

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#205 : May 13, 2013, 02:59:02 PM


What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.

           

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#206 : May 13, 2013, 03:05:12 PM



Sorry, the diva of the smart set here in The Cove has already determined that Sergio Ain't Mad.  Sergio actually disagres though:

"When asked if the third-round spat between himself and Woods served as a distraction during the final round, "Maybe a little bit, Garcia said."

Lol

Others called it a Tin Cup moment:

http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20130513/sports/705139816/

http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/garcia-s-tin-cup-moment-gifts-woods-players-1.1278433
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#207 : May 13, 2013, 03:39:58 PM

Woods statement that he is getting better is accurate.  His game is improved with his stance change (moving closer to the ball) and the return of his 'draw' shots.  His error off the tee into a lateral hazard was surprising - and surely a disappointment, but that had to have been overcome with his two shots to the green on the 18th.  When it was on the line after the error Woods stepped up his game.  Good news for Woods fans - he seems to have found the 'go to' shot he has been missing. 

Edit - Woods is also one of the many taking total advantage of the club modifications that are letting metal woods (3-5) carry the ball damned near to where only drivers once reached.  The 3-5 metal woods are easier to control (including bending the ball left and right)

He caught a break on 14 when he barely cleared the water and ended up in the sand.   Would have been a big turn of events had that ball landed in the water.   He obviously did a nice job recovering from the double bogie on 14, when he must have been "mad"
On the 14th he put the ball in the water, and ended up with 6 - double bogey.  That was the hole where he dropped next to the lateral hazard iirc

oops, meant 16th he caught the break, mistyped
Listened to Golf Channel Morning Drive folks.  Believe it or not they feel Woods hit his target with the shot into the sand trap.  I am not convinced - but just passing on their comments.  Do you think - from the rough, with water on the right, the green the runs away... damn that would be something...

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#208 : May 13, 2013, 03:43:02 PM

Woods statement that he is getting better is accurate.  His game is improved with his stance change (moving closer to the ball) and the return of his 'draw' shots.  His error off the tee into a lateral hazard was surprising - and surely a disappointment, but that had to have been overcome with his two shots to the green on the 18th.  When it was on the line after the error Woods stepped up his game.  Good news for Woods fans - he seems to have found the 'go to' shot he has been missing. 

Edit - Woods is also one of the many taking total advantage of the club modifications that are letting metal woods (3-5) carry the ball damned near to where only drivers once reached.  The 3-5 metal woods are easier to control (including bending the ball left and right)

He caught a break on 14 when he barely cleared the water and ended up in the sand.   Would have been a big turn of events had that ball landed in the water.   He obviously did a nice job recovering from the double bogie on 14, when he must have been "mad"
On the 14th he put the ball in the water, and ended up with 6 - double bogey.  That was the hole where he dropped next to the lateral hazard iirc

oops, meant 16th he caught the break, mistyped
Listened to Golf Channel Morning Drive folks.  Believe it or not they feel Woods hit his target with the shot into the sand trap.  I am not convinced - but just passing on their comments.  Do you think - from the rough, with water on the right, the green the runs away... damn that would be something...

I think some might say he implied as much in an interview, although I think it was more of the nature that it was a good place to be

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#209 : May 13, 2013, 08:11:07 PM

Woods statement that he is getting better is accurate.  His game is improved with his stance change (moving closer to the ball) and the return of his 'draw' shots.  His error off the tee into a lateral hazard was surprising - and surely a disappointment, but that had to have been overcome with his two shots to the green on the 18th.  When it was on the line after the error Woods stepped up his game.  Good news for Woods fans - he seems to have found the 'go to' shot he has been missing. 

Edit - Woods is also one of the many taking total advantage of the club modifications that are letting metal woods (3-5) carry the ball damned near to where only drivers once reached.  The 3-5 metal woods are easier to control (including bending the ball left and right)

He caught a break on 14 when he barely cleared the water and ended up in the sand.   Would have been a big turn of events had that ball landed in the water.   He obviously did a nice job recovering from the double bogie on 14, when he must have been "mad"
On the 14th he put the ball in the water, and ended up with 6 - double bogey.  That was the hole where he dropped next to the lateral hazard iirc

oops, meant 16th he caught the break, mistyped
Listened to Golf Channel Morning Drive folks.  Believe it or not they feel Woods hit his target with the shot into the sand trap.  I am not convinced - but just passing on their comments.  Do you think - from the rough, with water on the right, the green the runs away... damn that would be something...

I don't know what he was trying to do, but I know he was pretty close to going in the water and was fortunate not to end up there on that shot.
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