Everyones always on chat now and i forget to post in here. I'm taking all scrambler putter types. i'm going with history. So you guys can go ahead and take the crappy putters and watch your dreams die.
This ones a small field at DK. the guys are gonna go low. to differentiate yourself, try and take the guys that are out of favour and hope for the best. i'm taking jimmy walker as he's been 2nd here before and i think he fits the bill that way. there will be a ton of overlap. not a huge fan of the week. i like bob % guys
Players should brace for less than ideal conditions at next week’s WGC-HSBC Champions, according to a memo sent to players from the PGA Tour. The hottest summer in 130 years in Shanghai has left some of the greens at Sheshan Golf Club in poor condition and forced the grounds crew to re-turf or plug many putting surfaces. The memo, which was sent to players this week and obtained by GolfChannel.com, said officials were “confident of delivering tournament quality surfaces for the start of the championship,” and before/after photos of the third, sixth and 18th greens showed the improvements that have been made in recent weeks.
salaries are out on dk and aces thats all i care about no cut tourney based on history, i'll be taking par 5 scorers, longer hitters, guys that have a high birdie percentage and can hit it well from 175 plus and 200 plus. that my story
slept in the basement last night as renovations started. it was dark and i was bored. thats all. now for golf talk. for the most part, it seems that pin seekers with opportunities do better overall in the history of this event. i may go jason day and fill in with those types of players. and a lot of garcia.
Hey all, i'm using mainly guys that will hit the greens in two and have pretty close proximity play. the dart throwers. undulating greens, so you need to be close in my humble opinion i'll be using: rahm, simpson, bello, castro, simpson, thomas, toms, bradley, hatton, horschel, kisner, dufner, haas, lee, matsuyama.