Mon: 2:30 – 4:30 p.m ET on The Golf Channel
Heck of a leaderboard right now with Retief Goosen, Anthony Kim and others all with a chance to win. Mike Weir isn’t out of the realm of possibilities either at four back. Watching PGA Tour golf on Monday doesn’t suck!
Anyone have Calc on their fantasy team today? Mark Calcavecchia birdied holes 3-11 today in the Canadian Open. That is a new PGA Tour record and also insanely good.
My personal record is five in a row. I remember vividly… (Sound of harps, dream state ensues)…. I was playing straight up, nine holes against the #1 amateur in the state. Yes that isn’t generally a good idea. Under normal conditions he’d crush me. But I birdied the first five holes, en route to a one up victory after nine. Yes, one up. He ran out of holes. Needless to say, he was not happy. I was.
I’m pretty heartbroken that Tom Watson couldn’t pull it together enough to finish off the Open on the 18th, when he made bogey from the fairway. Had he made par he could have won and notched one of the most incredible feats in sports.
Cink won’t be too popular
Despite having a major victory, Cink won’t be too popular for dashing the historic dreams of Watson and millions of fans, myself included. That being said, he won a major and deserves the credit.
I’ve had a busy day today and haven’t had much time to do any golf blogging. I did watch ALL of today’s British Open coverage and I’m in awe of what Tom Watson is accomplishing. This is truly historic and if he pulls off a win tomorrow, it will be one of the most historic moments in not only golf, but just about any sport.
I extend full HOG Karma to Tom Watson. I can’t wait for tomorrow. I hope my next posts are regarding Tom Watson’s historic victory.
Tom Watson is amazing. He’s tied for the lead after TWO rounds now at the British (sorry, I’m from the USA) Open. Watson fired an amazing 32 on the back! I’m on the TW bandwagon! Did I mention he’s 59 years old?
Tiger Woods, the “other TW” didn’t make the cut. Leading into the Open the Woods camp’s keyword was “precision.” Well, Turnberry and the Open dissected Tiger with surgical precision. Tiger missed only the 2nd cut in a major tournament in his entire career.
Both of these story lines are in the running for the biggest story of the 2009 golf year.
Tiger missing a cut is big news. Big enough to be on the front page of the New York Times web site: