Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Feb 6, 2013.
He needs to relax and heal, for another beating next season....
Honestly, I like to see tony join the tour.
Really???? Some people have no clue, golf isn't exactly a team sport, its really an individual sport. Not like Tony has to rely on 10 other players on the course to help him get pars and birdies...sheeshhh....
Dude keep your day job. Very corny!!
"What the heck? How can a golf ball get intercepted?"
:bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
Longest measured drive of the tournament so far :bow:
Long Drive Jordan Spieth 375 yards
Good luck to them. I hope they're able to win it.
what time is this on tv?
Not a fan of golf, however I do enjoy watching his competitive spirit.
They just showed Romo knock down an impressive birdie putt. He and his partner are one back of Huey Lewis and his partner.
Tony Romo and Jordan Spieth missed their birdie putt to tie for the lead. They finished the day at -29.
Leaders are -30 with more holes to play.
Great go of it by Spieth and Romo.
I'm sure they had a of fun and got to keep those competitive juices flowing.
I think young Spieth could end up having a nice career.
BTW, you know it's all in good fun when a guy goes and sits down for advice on his swing right in the middle of a round. No chance you can apply that until some time later. And if he tried it'd probably backfire. He was just being accessible.
so how did tony do individually
Why am I not surprised?
Came up short when it mattered.... is that what you wanted to hear?
They mentioned on his own ball he had 16 birdies and 1 eagle after 3 rounds. Im thinking thats pretty good or they wouldnt have mentioned it.
Sounds like they were epically good. WTH are you talking about?
He par the 18th at Pebble beach. Phil Mickelson, for example, triple bogied that hole today.
I have a feeling if he drove off the tee 350 yards to within 3 inches of the hole some of you would see the negative instead of the obvious good.
Take a look at your avatar...