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Rose is going to win by 300.

 

I sure hope not. 

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I know I said I was thinking Keegan Bradley in the US Open thread but after doing some thought, I am gonna have to go with somebody in @GB13 starting lineup. This will be the third straight week with a matchup against him and he has had the winner of the tourney the last 2 weeks.


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5 hours ago, 00sportsman said:

And I'm getting pretty sick of@DannyDips, too! I think I'm something like 2-6 against him. I'm sure he'd be happy to play me every week!emoji16.png

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It just means were equally awesome! Good Luck!

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Alright let's get weird... welcome to the starting lineup Viktor Hovland

 

EDIT: Don't laugh Stud, he won the Am at Pebble last year, plus he goes pro next week for Travelers and it only cost me Julian Etulain

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1 hour ago, blackngold_blood said:

I know I said I was thinking Keegan Bradley in the US Open thread but after doing some thought, I am gonna have to go with somebody in @GB13 starting lineup. This will be the third straight week with a matchup against him and he has had the winner of the tourney the last 2 weeks.


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Yeah, that streak probably won't continue, but I won't complain if it does... but it won't. 

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I really like weeks that I only have 4 golfers playing in a week. Eliminates my need to make decisions. For example I have 6 potential golfers and I start to question them all. My question for this week is will Bryson continue to miss cuts and play terrible?

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9 minutes ago, cnosil said:

I really like weeks that I only have 4 golfers playing in a week. Eliminates my need to make decisions. For example I have 6 potential golfers and I start to question them all. My question for this week is will Bryson continue to miss cuts and play terrible?

Same. Picking between ZJ, Glover, and KH Lee  (Whose been phenomenal recently) is giving me some serious anxiety. 

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2 minutes ago, bardle said:

Same. Picking between ZJ, Glover, and KH Lee  (Whose been phenomenal recently) is giving me some serious anxiety. 

Same here too. Furyk has been unable to put 4 rounds together, Poulter has played terribly lately, Sabbatini has played well, but Tway is coming back into form as well... desicions... desicions. 

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4 hours ago, Berg Ryman said:

Alright let's get weird... welcome to the starting lineup Viktor Hovland

 

EDIT: Don't laugh Stud, he won the Am at Pebble last year, plus he goes pro next week for Travelers and it only cost me Julian Etulain

Love the play. I don't know what else you're working with but I like that move.

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Is it weird that I'm wanting to bench possibly the hottest player in the world for the US Open b/c I don't like him for that set up? lol Rory how I love watching you, but almost don't want you in my lineup this week.

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18 minutes ago, Undershooter said:

Is it weird that I'm wanting to bench possibly the hottest player in the world for the US Open b/c I don't like him for that set up? lol Rory how I love watching you, but almost don't want you in my lineup this week.

If he hadn't won last week, I'd have been considering the same move. So to answer your question, no. 

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Same here too. Furyk has been unable to put 4 rounds together, Poulter has played terribly lately, Sabbatini has played well, but Tway is coming back into form as well... desicions... desicions. 
I say play all 4. No need to play Rory or Cantlay. You have a big lead, take a chance!!

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1 minute ago, blackngold_blood said:

I say play all 4. No need to play Rory or Cantlay. You have a big lead, take a chance!! emoji16.png

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I have a coin toss between Taylor and List. Both I believe have similar potential although List certainly has more major experience which I think could help. Likely a game time decision early Thursday morning.

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On 6/11/2019 at 5:59 PM, GB13 said:

No

GB taking the 2000 Tiger at Pebble approach. If you are a up by 10 shots..... Keep that foot on the gas 😂

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8 minutes ago, Undershooter said:

GB taking the 2000 Tiger at Pebble approach. If you are a up by 10 shots..... Keep that foot on the gas 😂

Yep, pretty much. 😂🤣

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Torn. Can’t decide who to play.

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46 minutes ago, Shankster said:

Torn. Can’t decide who to play.

Welcome to the club!

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Is there anyway to give control of the teams that the owners quit managing to others like in football? When you have a matchup against the league average and they don’t even field a whole team everything is thrown off. Plus it is poor form in my book.


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So far my management is terrible.

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