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    baxter cepeda

    True local boy Xander seems like a great pick. But it’s difficult to remember his recent for off hand.

    Cantlay is from around also and it is easy to remember his form is clearly sharp.

    I’m officially dejected on Tony actually winning.
    Something has to change or added before that happens, like a new sports psychologist or something.

    While it’s very likely Rahm comes out firing on one of his favorite tracks, he has been nursing that tweak. I’ve been nursing a back tweak myself lately and I’m not exactly ready to bet on myself at golf, so I wouldn’t bet on a tour pro either.

    Rory can bounce back and win at Torrey this week. He needs to overcome jet lag issues and the Driver, which ironically derailed him down the stretch at Abu.

    But Rorys putter looks better then ever. I said it.

    And I’ll say it Again, rory will win very soon. With so many big names on the mend or struggling, or dealing with controversy on the Twitter they cannot put down, rory is on the short list of elites guys poised for wins.

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      Tom Edrington

      Rory: The King of mediocre wedge and short iron shots, never seen an elite player hit so many wedges and short irons 25 feet from the hole…..

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        baxter cepeda

        Definitely not feeling as bullish on Rory’s wedge game as his putter.

        He is aware of it. I don’t get the not fixing it still.

        He is solid around the greens. It’s those full wedges that are still killing him, for sure.

        It’s really not that difficult to swing softer utilizing the tech they have access to today.

        Still. Despite. He’s poised.

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          Tom Edrington

          When you’re not hitting wedges and short irons inside 10 feet, no matter how good you are, you’re making less birdies than someone who does…

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