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  • whodat2

    When: October 3-6

    Where: Las Vegas, NV

    Course: TPC Summerlin | A par 71 playing at 7255 yards

    Last Year’s Winner: Bryson Deshambeau at -21

    Last Year’s Cut: -3

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  • byo34

    @js5734 said...

    good god finau! better off putting with his hybrid

    I think he bet Phil in 3 ball at the casino last night.

  • Money0227

    Finau’s last 3 misses:

    3’11, 3’6, 5’10

  • Dunzor

    Scottie with the 30 footer to get to -2!

  • lfn1992

    Did I mention that I hate Jorge Campillo recently

  • TrustinthePlan

    Scottie with a bird and HV3 wet, roller coaster right now for me.

  • Dunzor

    Wow Nick Taylor drove it to 5 feet on the driveable 15th and made his eagle. He’s really stepped up his game the last few weeks but he hasn’t found his way into my lineups yet. Gonna have to keep an eye on him this year for a potential breakout

  • Dunzor

    Oh god Scottie, I was just about to get excited about you throwing a dart and then you miss the 3 footer. I guess that balances out the 30 footer for the last birdie

  • TrustinthePlan

    So Scottie makes a 32 footer then misses a 3’8”…

  • RudyPujols

    @Dunzor said...

    Scottie with the 30 footer to get to -2!

    Had to miss his 3 foot birdie look on the next hole to even things out

  • jtgus

    Munoz

  • cjousma

    @lfn1992 said...

    Did I mention that I hate Jorge Campillo recently

    Sorry for putting Espen on your radar. Walters did OK today though.

  • BrianVT

    @Dunzor said...

    Wow Nick Taylor drove it to 5 feet on the driveable 15th and made his eagle. He’s really stepped up his game the last few weeks but he hasn’t found his way into my lineups yet. Gonna have to keep an eye on him this year for a potential breakout

    And completed the streak after that. I played him this week; didn’t play him last week. Hard to get right.

  • Jeddy3

    Vegas seems to sweating out his hangover.

  • Dunzor

    Furyk continuing his aversion to short birdies, he’s missed two already from exactly 6ft 9in

    At least he’s making the mid length ones, might be a good showdown pick tomorrow in case his putter gets hot.

  • BrianVT

    Whoa, Phil. Slow down

  • Dunzor

    That 8th hole is no joke, gonna see a ton of bogeys there all day…on the plus side you get the super easy 9th right afterwards to bounce back

  • Cincinnatibuck

    @Dunzor said...

    Wow Nick Taylor drove it to 5 feet on the driveable 15th and made his eagle. He’s really stepped up his game the last few weeks but he hasn’t found his way into my lineups yet. Gonna have to keep an eye on him this year for a potential breakout

    Played Taylor in Cash and SE this week.

  • dangasin

    At least furyk is missing short birdie putts. Could be way worse missing par putts

  • superstars92

    Jim Furyk showing off those lag putting skills (from under 10 feet)

  • superstars92

    Surprised at the relative ownership of Morikawa vs. Niemann. Is there a consensus that Morikawa is somehow better? Morikawa is 2x owned vs. Niemann in tournaments (more than 2x in the higher stakes ones).

    Thought Niemann won a tournament just 2 weeks ago and was ranked ahead of Morikawa for his entire amateur career so just surprised at this ownership split.

  • TrustinthePlan

    Don’t look now, but is 4 under.

  • Dunzor

    @superstars92 said...

    Jim Furyk showing off those lag putting skills (from under 10 feet)

    Ya but overall I’m still pretty happy with the pick, he’s locked in with his irons, has made some mid length putts, and has the easier holes on the back 9 left to play. I think he finishes the day at like -3 or -4 and sets himself up nicely

  • Dunzor

    @superstars92 said...

    Surprised at the relative ownership of Morikawa vs. Niemann. Is there a consensus that Morikawa is somehow better? Morikawa is 2x owned vs. Niemann in tournaments (more than 2x in the higher stakes ones).

    Thought Niemann won a tournament just 2 weeks ago and was ranked ahead of Morikawa for his entire amateur career so just surprised at this ownership split.

    It’s because Morikawa has been more consistent in his smaller sample size so everyone that relies on stats sees him popping as like #1 in all their models. People also I think assume that Niemann got his win and will now have a stretch of mediocre play like a lot of guys do after they win….but Niemann is on his preferred grass type this week, still wasn’t priced up (i was more surprised about Finau’s ownership being more expensive by a few hundred than Niemann), and already played a tourney after his win so I’m totally back on board with him in both my lineups

  • superstars92

    @Dunzor said...

    Ya but overall I’m still pretty happy with the pick, he’s locked in with his irons, has made some mid length putts, and has the easier holes on the back 9 left to play. I think he finishes the day at like -3 or -4 and sets himself up nicely

    Hopefully. Would love to have seen him made a few more of those short birdies just to give some cushion. Got mutliple -1 guys who hopefully can be -3 by end of day (Scheffler, Grillo – although -2 is good for him with 3 holes left, Furyk).

  • wigg_ESEA

    Terrible day so far, none of my core doing much. Theres always friday.

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