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  • 3/30/12
i've got Stricks at -4 .  Keegan at -5.

and Els and Molder @ -3. 

not bad.  

however,  Brian Davis is

leading at -9.

Kyle Stanley at +1.   might miss the cut if he does
not turn it around. 



Edited 3/30/12   by  underpartoday
  • 3/30/12
Hey UPT...Stricks my best as Charl not having the best of days...At the Kraft it sadly looks like Michelle will miss the cut,MAJOR putting problems going by what I saw..Yani 2 clear,looking ominous...
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  • 3/31/12
Hey all,still catching up after Thursdays delay..2nd round nearly completed..Looks like I will have 3 of my 5 through to rest of weekend...At the Kraft Nabisco,Tseng is 1 clear heading into 3rd round..
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  • 3/31/12
  • kuki
  • From: kuki
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ARE YOU FOLLOWING THE SHELL

i HAVE NO CLUE WHAT'S HAPPENING,

I TURN GOLF CHANNEL ON

TOOK A NAP FOR HOUR AND A HALF.

MY NAP USUALLY IS 1015 MIN. LONG.

I HOPE THEY ARE PLAYING GOOD.

  • 3/31/12
It is on the boring side
  • 3/31/12
  • kuki
  • From: kuki
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I don't see many people there

may be they around PHIL

  • 3/31/12
Pete,

i saw yesterday that Michele was also playing and you are right.

major putting problems.   but she has been busy with graduating

and moving, and lots of other stuff too i guess.

hopefully, as everything winds down, she will be able to get settled

and get in more time for her golf.    cause when she is on........

Wow!!!!

and i would love to see great match ups between Michele and Yani.

:-)

  • 3/31/12
Hear tell that Michele is working with Dave Stockton again, hope the putting gets better.
  • 3/31/12
Sr.

thank you.  i will be glad to see

Michele get back to full form.

:-)

  • 3/31/12
Yep:))...Lexi lighting it up now,-5 for her 1st 9 holes!!!...Davis leading the Houston Open by 1 at the moment..Come on Stricks,get it going!!!:))..
  • 3/31/12
Isn't this the first tournament for Michele using the reg. putter again ?

She had been using a long putter.

  • 3/31/12
Yep,think she went back to the putter she was using when she was 15...
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  • 3/31/12
A little more than normal...............

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Edited 3/31/12   by  Paul_Sr
  • 3/31/12
Sr.

i don't know for sure.

:-)

  • 3/31/12
me too!!

lol !!!

come on Stricks!!!

:-)

  • 3/31/12
Is Ryan Moore in a train wreck or is he in a train wreck?  Wow!  My nemesis (unlucky) must be at work!

Edited 3/31/12   by  15thMajorWin
  • 3/31/12
Also Justin Leonard is another train wreck today.  +7 so far


Some day are like that.


Oops, now +11, dropped 8 shots in four holes.





Edited 3/31/12   by  Paul_Sr
Edited 3/31/12   by  Paul_Sr
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  • 4/1/12

Round 3: Shell Houston Open

March 31 2012

8:40 pm

Secondary cut: Who’s missing Sunday

HUMBLE, Texas — The 36-hole cut at the Shell Houston Open left 90 players in the field for Saturday’s third round. Only once (91, 1981 Travelers Championship) have more than 90 players made a 36-hole cut in a non-major championship.

With more than 78 players making the initial cut, a secondary cut was needed after Round 3 — again, to the low 70 and ties.

Among those missing the secondary cut were FedExCup No. 3 Kyle Stanley and Texas native Justin Leonard. Stanley made the initial cut on the number (2-under 142) but posted a 3-over 75 in Round 3 to fall below the line. Leonard was at 3 under after 36 holes but was one of five players to post a score in the 80s Saturday to eliminate themselves from Sunday’s final round.

Padraig Harrington (74), Charley Hoffman (75) and Robert Allenby (78) were among the others to miss the secondary cutline.

Miguel Angel Carballo (1-under 215) was the only player to make the cut on the number and will start Sunday at 70th on the leaderboard.

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  • 4/1/12
Well, it's not looking like Ernie  can get it done, but if Ernie doesn't win , I hope Hunter Mahan does!!!
  • 4/1/12
I hope Hunter would win as well, but it looks like he will get strong competition from the current top 3, mainly Pettersson and Oosthuizen.