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Playoff Bracket: Top 8 in each

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To follow up on the WD stuff. Zero isn't necessarily fair but neither is full points either.

Bc it's not like the guy makes any money or FedEx cup points. He's SOL too.

 

WD is a tough spot. I've been there myself mult times unfortunately the last couple of years. (JDay is a serial offender) 

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My team is going be a coin flip this week. Could be the top point getter, or could end up dead last. 

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Just now, GB13 said:

My team is going be a coin flip this week. Could be the top point getter, or could end up dead last. 

I'm struggling deciding on a last spot. Mine is kinda mediocre this week. Thought I was gonna be a sneaky genius with Scottie but it was back to the drawing board. 

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14 hours ago, Undershooter said:

I'm struggling deciding on a last spot. Mine is kinda mediocre this week. Thought I was gonna be a sneaky genius with Scottie but it was back to the drawing board. 

Yeah me too. I tried to pick up Fritelli after I dropped him last week for Daniel Berger but didn't get him. I'm deciding between Wagner, Lebioda, and Tway for my last spot. 

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Last point on Scottie Scheffler. Vegas has him at 60/1 odds to win. I don't know if any of yall gamble or keep up with odds but a Web dot com guy would normally be lucky to get double those odds.

For comparison Phil was 40/1 and P Reed was 50/1 at the Masters this year. 

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9 hours ago, Undershooter said:

Last point on Scottie Scheffler. Vegas has him at 60/1 odds to win. I don't know if any of yall gamble or keep up with odds but a Wed dot com guy would normally be lucky to get double those odds.

For comparison Phil was 40/1 and P Reed was 50/1 at the Masters this year. 

Yeah, he's been a stud on the web.com tour and he's from Dallas so he probably knows all the quirks of the course. If I did Daily I'd have him in a lineup. Don't mess with Vegas, they know. 😁

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9 hours ago, Undershooter said:

Just locked in Jimmy hard K to round it out.

It was between him Uihlein and Harman. 

He was my other choice besides Scheff... I think he'll have a good week

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9 hours ago, Undershooter said:

To follow up on the WD stuff. Zero isn't necessarily fair but neither is full points either.

Bc it's not like the guy makes any money or FedEx cup points. He's SOL too.

 

WD is a tough spot. I've been there myself mult times unfortunately the last couple of years. (JDay is a serial offender) 

Funny you should mention that because the first thing I thought when it happened was I'm glad I don't have Day on my team. 😊

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2 hours ago, GolfSpy Stroker said:

He was my other choice besides Scheff... I think he'll have a good week

Looks like I didn't save Jimmy in my lineup. Riding with Harman it is lol

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19 minutes ago, Undershooter said:

Looks like I didn't save Jimmy in my lineup. Riding with Harman it is lol

Dang that's gotta be the third time this year for you. You know that's a setting that can be changed right? Just follow the steps and hakuna matata

 

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14 hours ago, GB13 said:

Yeah me too. I tried to pick up Fritelli after I dropped him last week for Daniel Berger but didn't get him. I'm deciding between Wagner, Lebioda, and Tway for my last spot. 

Well I chose wrong. Tway needs to get his crap together. 

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1 hour ago, GB13 said:

Well I chose wrong. Tway needs to get his crap together. 

The story of my life in 4 words!

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Looks like taking a one-week Denny McCarthy flier is paying off—at least for round one.

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1 hour ago, GB13 said:

Well I chose wrong. Tway needs to get his crap together. 

I'll take that! 4 birdies in a row to finish! 

 

9 minutes ago, GolfSpy MPR said:

Looks like taking a one-week Denny McCarthy flier is paying off—at least for round one.

Yeah, that was a great pickup. 

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Another withdrawal this week... Got lucky last week but hoping for a split this week. And that leishman gets better and continues a strong(ish) season.

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3 hours ago, Apolloshowl said:

Another withdrawal this week... Got lucky last week but hoping for a split this week. And that leishman gets better and continues a strong(ish) season.

You'll definately get a split. It's possible that you could get lucky and win both. 

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A little luck would be nice! But I'd be fine with a split holding that last playoff spot for the moment. It is 8 each side that qualify? I know I should just look it up, but up till a few weeks ago I didn't think I had a chance haha

Now that I've looked it up. Top 6.

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1 hour ago, Apolloshowl said:

A little luck would be nice! But I'd be fine with a split holding that last playoff spot for the moment. It is 8 each side that qualify? I know I should just look it up, but up till a few weeks ago I didn't think I had a chance haha

Now that I've looked it up. Top 6.

It's top 8 actually. We've gotta do a manual bracket. Here's the original post:

 

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Oh WTF is going on with my guys? Not a good look. ☹️

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