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  • whodat2

    When: January 3-6

    Where: Kapalua, Hawaii

    Course: The Plantation Course | A Par 73 playing at 7411 yards.

    Last Year’s Winner: Dustin Johnson at -24.

    Last Year’s Cut: This is a NO CUT event, featuring tournament winners of last season.

    Coverage: There was a shot-tracker for this event last year. (Not sure about PGATourLive, but Golf Channel will have coverage.)

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    Admin Note: The mod team is working to keep these daily threads more on topic – Golf strategy talk for this week’s contest. Post referring to last week’s contest will be moved to the correct thread. Any off topic posts or posts containing full lineups will be deleted..

  • mtdurham

    @Quadhole said...

    So, is everyone here in the states ready for the EPIC meltdown of 2019 / 2020 ? Or, are you still under the impression that the economy is good and as far as you can tell, things are fine ? Curious as to what others here see in the economy.
    End of the thread, I am going to start at a thread in OFF topics, because it is time.

    Everything has already started down, now, just kick the can carry us on.

    lol…weird thread for this…

    but the economy has been in fairly poor shape for the last decade here already…

    And as long as we measure our economy based on consumption rather than savings & production the numbers you read in the media are irrelevant. Particulary since the consumption is mostly debt financed and fueled by irresponsible and unproductive government spending.

    But if you’re referring to the asset bubble moreso than the underlying economy.. who knows… timing is fairly impossible to predict… but one thing is for certain volatility is an indicator of a bear market much more often than a bull market. But the market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.

    The 3rd year of a Presidential cycle is typically a great year for the market as well for underlying political motivations.

    Now where’s the thread for the next Golf Tournamnet.. I’m ticked off by Woodland’s epic collapse. Cost me some coin.

  • Dunzor

    @mtdurham said...

    Now where’s the thread for the next Golf Tournamnet.. I’m ticked off by Woodland’s epic collapse. Cost me some coin.

    To be fair, Woodland didn’t collapse, he shot a very solid -5 on the day, he just ran into the buzzsaw that was X-man and his -11 round

  • Logan7777

    @Dunzor said...

    To be fair, Woodland didn’t collapse, he shot a very solid -5 on the day, he just ran into the buzzsaw that was X-man and his -11 round

    Agreed. Woodland was a consistent 67, 68 all four days. Xander just got a hot round when it was needed.

  • lfn1992

    This is why I don’t overinvest in tiny, star-studded, no-cut exhibition events like this one. I won the “Beat the Forum” and barely made a tiny profit (because I didn’t play much!) On to next week.

    One thing about Rahm/wind though. Rahm does primarily play on the PGA Tour but he does play a fair number of EURO events and historically has been a pretty good wind player in my estimation. I would trust him a lot more in wind events than, say, Patton Kizzire. JMHO

  • BIF

    @Dunzor said...

    To be fair, Woodland didn’t collapse, he shot a very solid -5 on the day, he just ran into the buzzsaw that was X-man and his -11 round

    True but Woodland couldn’t Birdie the par 5 18th to get to a playoff when many players did birdie it and Xander made Eagle

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