Sunday, July 22, 2007
Man oh man oh man oh man.
In case you're a little confused, I have never actually played in a major golf championship, but I can tell you from the television feed that the pressure has to be off the Richter Scale.
As I tried to stay awake during the early points of this round, Sergio Garcia looked to be comfortable as Steve Stricker was missing makeable birdie putts by the hundreds.
Now, it is Garcia at plus-two for the day, just one shot ahead of Stricker and having a ton of Carnoustie left with Richard Green already posting five-under for the tournament.
Green bogeyed the 18th hole to shoot 64 on Sunday, while Hunter Mahan shot a 65.
Low scores are out there, it just doesn't seem that a ton of the afternoon group is going really red. If Ernie Els can continue to par along, he might just find himself with another Claret Jug.
Poor, poor Tiger. The leaders are doing just what he needed, yet he just can't get anything going. For the first time this week, Carnoustie is showing it's teeth, making this a very watchable next three hours.
Stayed tuned, and let me know in comments who you think is going to take home the trophy.
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