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    Question The Tiger...

    “The key to success at Pebble Beach, especially when it is set up for Majors, is accurate iron-play into the small greens. Woods is the greatest iron-player of all-time and arguably still the best in the business at the age of 43. He tops the 2019 US Tour greens in regulation statistics, and leads par-three scoring average, highlighting how deadly he remains with iron in hand.

    Majestic iron-play is what won Woods the Masters – despite being left behind off the tee, he overcame the handicap with his brilliance on approach – and this week he tackles a much shorter course which lessens his driving disadvantage.

    Woods has the ability to excel from tee to green this week – and that is where the event is likely to be won or lost. Expect him to contend throughout if he holes his fair share on greens where everyone in the field will probably be struggling to make much.“


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony C View Post
    “The key to success at Pebble Beach, especially when it is set up for Majors, is accurate iron-play into the small greens. Woods is the greatest iron-player of all-time and arguably still the best in the business at the age of 43. He tops the 2019 US Tour greens in regulation statistics, and leads par-three scoring average, highlighting how deadly he remains with iron in hand.

    Majestic iron-play is what won Woods the Masters – despite being left behind off the tee, he overcame the handicap with his brilliance on approach – and this week he tackles a much shorter course which lessens his driving disadvantage.

    Woods has the ability to excel from tee to green this week – and that is where the event is likely to be won or lost. Expect him to contend throughout if he holes his fair share on greens where everyone in the field will probably be struggling to make much.“

    Im gonna go with Hogan as best iron player of all time T

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    Showed promise last night.

    Birdie at 4 followed by a double bogey at 5 and then back to birdies at 6 and 7.

    Tremendous putting imo

    He let birdies at 14 and 18 (both par5s) get away from him. Hit his approach shot into the rough at 14 and took it too easy at 18.

    Granted 14 is tough with the dogleg turn and elevated bunker guarded the green but 18 with the right wind is an eagle hole.

    The mistakes look avoidable. Could be easily on -5 or -6 by now. Tonight should be interesting . Just stay in the hunt....

    Rose was top class but Fowler wow...he really attacked pebble beach last night. Thought Xander was good too.

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