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BMW 2015 3rd round

Post by Admin on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:15 am

PHIL found four hazards on Saturday and considering that fact he scored about as well as he could.

PHIL needs a good round this morning.

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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:31 am

Hole #1, 5 ft for birdie.....and..... he misses !!  Gee whiz Phil, can't make 5 footers?  Sorry to tell you this, but you're not going to Korea unless as an 'assistant captain' (or spectator).
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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:32 am

Ralph you are a week early the BMW is in 2 weeks.

Phil stiffs it to inside 6 feet and missed birdie putt. Hope this isn't a preview of the day.

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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:40 am

Ralph I like your positive thinking....hope Phil makes it to the BMW Very Happy

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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:44 am

LOL, I didn't even catch that.

j58golf wrote:Ralph you are a week early the BMW is in 2 weeks.

Phil stiffs it to  inside 6 feet and missed birdie putt. Hope this isn't a preview of the day.
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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:45 am

so he misses birdie putts from 5 feet and 6 feet in the first 2 holes.
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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:47 am

I know Phil says he wants to be on the team but I don't think I can stomach seeing him play and putt this poorly. Can you imagine if he does get picked over the younger guys and plays poorly. He will be tarred and feathered in the press 10 times over.

He should have been birdie birdie start today. Crying or Very sad

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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:13 am

11 '8" miss three of Phils first 4 holes he had REAL birdie chances and missed them all.

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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:35 am

I hope he gets his 'game straightened out' for next year....it will only get worse. Lots of players fair pretty well and are much shorter off the tee than Phil. If he can control his drives, he might be able to put himself on more greens and closer to the proximity of the flag....that should account for better scoring overall.  His putting, don't know why he misses so many 'makeable putts'.  I've said this before, with all the technology that is out there, is he miss reading putts or is his putting stroke a bit off/twisted, turning?... use those fandangled laser deals with computer read back of putter heads to see if his alignment/stroke are off.  I remember my son taking golf lessons from Bill Glasson, ex-PGATour, current Champions Tour Player....currently out with injuries/surgery (he offered to give lessons at our/his country club during some down-time he had with injuries)....I see Bill with his golf cart full of stuff and a big battery to plug his high speed video camera, his laptop, etc. He said, "I don't know how people look at swings with their 'eyes' and say they see this, that, and the other as a swing is so fast (unless it is grossly wrong)..... I prefer to have the higher resolution of slow motion and pin-point problems with more definition".   [Bill is a very cool guy, down to earth, would stop and talk to you when you bump into him in Walmart, etc].

Is Phil getting that kind of assessment from Butchie, Pelz, and Stockton?
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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:52 am



Here's an example....Phil had 253 yrds to the pin, and instead of putting the ball in the fairway in front of the green and give a more accurate chip on 3rd shot to make birdie, he goes for it, lands in bunker, and wow, lands 6 ft from the pin and still misses the putt. I was going to say, he could have chipped it close and make birdie, but I guess I wouldn't expect him to get it any closer, but you can't keep missing 5-6 foot putts.
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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:54 am

6ft birdie on par 5 7th hole.. MISSED what is going on??????

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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:58 am

Needs to get his eyes and his alignment checked, imo. I can putt better than that, really.

j58golf wrote:6ft birdie on par 5  7th hole.. MISSED what is going on??????
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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:00 am

bulls9999 wrote:I hope he gets his 'game straightened out' for next year....it will only get worse. Lots of players fair pretty well and are much shorter off the tee than Phil. If he can control his drives, he might be able to put himself on more greens and closer to the proximity of the flag....that should account for better scoring overall.  His putting, don't know why he misses so many 'makeable putts'.  I've said this before, with all the technology that is out there, is he miss reading putts or is his putting stroke a bit off/twisted, turning?... use those fandangled laser deals with computer read back of putter heads to see if his alignment/stroke are off.  I remember my son taking golf lessons from Bill Glasson, ex-PGATour, current Champions Tour Player....currently out with injuries/surgery (he offered to give lessons at our/his country club during some down-time he had with injuries)....I see Bill with his golf cart full of stuff and a big battery to plug his high speed video camera, his laptop, etc. He said, "I don't know how people look at swings with their 'eyes' and say they see this, that, and the other as a swing is so fast (unless it is grossly wrong)..... I prefer to have the higher resolution of slow motion and pin-point problems with more definition".   [Bill is a very cool guy, down to earth, would stop and talk to you when you bump into him in Walmart, etc].

Is Phil getting that kind of assessment from Butchie, Pelz, and Stockton?

Pelz had the stupid idea of using one stroke for outside 10 or 15 ft and another for inside 10 ft. Phil tried it and then stopped...no results. IMO Stockton was a distant memory until Phil used him in 2009 and won and then Stocktons phone started ringing off the hook. Think Stickton is over rated too.
bulls, you make a good case for technology today and Phil supposedly into that scientific stuff should be eating it right up. Don't know why he doesn't.

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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:05 am

I did notice at the Barclays Phil had a line drawn on his ball. Never had that before. unfortunately not making much difference

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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:14 am

I think Phil needs a line drawn..... on the green....all the way to the hole, lol.  (I made a funny :-)

j58golf wrote:I did notice at the Barclays Phil had a line drawn on his ball. Never had that before. unfortunately not making much difference
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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:16 am

He is actually driving the ball pretty good this front 9, just not converting putts.
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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:39 am

Back 9 starting the same missed 11ft birdie on 10th

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Post by j58golf on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:41 am

ok 3ft 5" miss 1st bogey. I knew it would get in his head eventually. WOW!!!!

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Post by bulls9999 on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:46 am

Wow, missing a 3-footer. I'm out, getting a haircut and then playing my own golf :-)

j58golf wrote:ok 3ft 5" miss 1st bogey. I knew it would get in his head eventually. WOW!!!!
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Post by Admin on Sun Sep 06, 2015 2:03 pm

Can't buy a putt today

ouch

-1 but will not likely move up much today or rather will move down.

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