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  • whodat2

    When: June 20-23

    Where: Cromwell, CT

    Course: TPC River Highlands | A par 70 playing at 6841 yards

    Last Year’s Winner: Bubba Watson at -17

    Last Year’s Cut: -2

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  • kdsdawg

    Wolff in trouble already

    EDIT: looks like shot tracker was trolling me

  • XxHeisenbergxX

    Wild morning already..

  • benstnick

    Seems to be playing tougher this morning

  • smokeyca14

    Jim Herman, returned like this…

  • TrustinthePlan

    Casey just splashed down

    EDIT: looks like it was a troll and he may have been on the bank cause he chipped it 20 feet past the hole.

  • Mikeybaywatch

    @TrustinthePlan said...

    Casey just splashed down

    Think It was just a ST troll. He just cleared the water.

  • mabrla

    Please make this 10 footer Suh..get all the rookies through my man. Start strong.

  • Dunzor

    Jyson Dye with the streak in the early going, keep it going! Now my big worry is Sungjae

  • js5734

    What the hell was that an ancer penalty?

  • shadowchap1978

    Come on Spieth lets get this Eagle and get going ! I believe in you!

  • bigez952

    My entire week is going to ride on Jonas Blixt making the cut today. I have a solid looking lineup led by Chez and Casey with only Jonas Blixt sitting outside the cut line right now. I give myself a 7% chance that lineups gets 6/6 through but it is much better than all my lineups with Hoffman and Kokrak.

  • Mikeybaywatch

    Big Phil in trouble again on the easy par 5

  • carolinacrusher

    Sungjae slowy pulling out of that early hole he dug

  • Mikeybaywatch

    Day about to go 4 birds in a row with that dart.

  • carolinacrusher

    The gallery has to take cover when the Phil and Jordan group comes through, those two might hit it anywhere

  • Mikeybaywatch

    Keegan.

  • BIF

    @Brandon6385 said...

    Thanks Dunzor, I’m actually going to next weeks event in Detroit, so I should have just looked at my tickets, my bad! HA

    People also try to time their arrival with the first group they want to watch as a lot of people (first timers) will try to follow their favourite player then realize how tough of a walk it is with all the spectator crossing paths, etc… I always tell people that if a tour pro is walking 4 miles in his round, you’ll walk almost 5 if you follow every shot all 18 holes because of the route you have to walk versus them.

    Enjoy, should be a good crowd in Detroit.

  • BIF

    @Dunzor said...

    Jyson Dye with the streak in the early going, keep it going! Now my big worry is Sungjae

    He missed a 15 footer on 1 before the streak or could have been an even better start

  • Dunzor

    @BIF said...

    People also try to time their arrival with the first group they want to watch as a lot of people (first timers) will try to follow their favourite player then realize how tough of a walk it is with all the spectator crossing paths, etc… I always tell people that if a tour pro is walking 4 miles in his round, you’ll walk almost 5 if you follow every shot all 18 holes because of the route you have to walk versus them.

    Enjoy, should be a good crowd in Detroit.

    Agreed, the events I’ve attended I usually try to park myself right up next to the green on an exciting hole like a drivable par 4 or a risk/reward par 5 and then you just watch a bunch of groups come through instead of trying to follow one. Then when you’re ready to go get some food or whatever you can follow a group towards your destination

  • TrustinthePlan

    @Mikeybaywatch said...

    Keegan.

  • BIF

    @bigez952 said...

    My entire week is going to ride on Jonas Blixt making the cut today. I have a solid looking lineup led by Chez and Casey with only Jonas Blixt sitting outside the cut line right now. I give myself a 7% chance that lineups gets 6/6 through but it is much better than all my lineups with Hoffman and Kokrak.

    I have some Blixt too on good lineups with combos of Casey, Ancer, Reavie, Day and/or Pan

  • BIF

    @Dunzor said...

    Agreed, the events I’ve attended I usually try to park myself right up next to the green on an exciting hole like a drivable par 4 or a risk/reward par 5 and then you just watch a bunch of groups come through instead of trying to follow one. Then when you’re ready to go get some food or whatever you can follow a group towards your destination

    I’m not a fan of fighting the crowds to watch the big stars so I usually walk 6-9 holes with some younger players as you have great access then park myself for a while in bleachers where I can watch an approach come in and the next tee shot. I’m also there for a pure DFS perspective and not to chase around Rickie or Jordan for an autograph. It’s amazing the access you can have to lesser known players versus being 5-10 people deep in Fowler’s group.

  • TrustinthePlan

    If Sungjae keeps going, my entire week is going to ride on Bubba doing well today and staying in the cut and Ben An and Chuckles doing really well today to make the cut.

  • klyon28

    Come on Berger. Get it together

  • Dewoc19

    Despite having Kokrak, I’d be fine with his 20% MC so long as Danny Lee makes the cut

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