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Re: Jason Day

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Mon, Sep 28 2015 3:02 PM by ct690911. 5 replies.
  • donsprintr United States
    2,050 Posts
    Sat, Sep 19 2015 2:29 PM

    Who can come close to riding up alongside him at the moment? Thoughts anyone? Opinions? Bloviations?

  • 1enigma1 United States
    486 Posts
    Sat, Sep 19 2015 3:27 PM

    20 footer for birdie uphill on 18, no problem for the" Wonder From Down Under "  Rory & Ricky are in the mix but they will have to go real low though to catch him , its fitting if he wins the BMW Championship because he is the " Ultimate Driving Machine "     :)    ..

  • nanstar Australia
    4,912 Posts
    Sun, Sep 20 2015 8:20 PM

    A new world #1!

  • SweetiePie United States
    4,925 Posts
    Fri, Sep 25 2015 3:42 AM

    nanstar:

    A new world #1!

    Yes he is...for now. He is a fine representative, a kind Gentleman, and a terrific player. However, the #1 is a hat being passed around, for now. among the current crop of hotties, none of whom can hold on to it...own it for more than a moment...

  • Enigmatist United Kingdom
    54 Posts
    Mon, Sep 28 2015 1:18 AM

    Now an ex No 1.

    I guess it been quite a long time sice there was such close standings in the world rankings.

    There will be around 6, perhaps  7 players capable of becoming the world number 1 in 2016 as the new season starts in the Winter. There will be a lot of changes at the top.

    Stenson, Day, Mc,Ilroy, Zac Johnson, Dustin Johnson,  Rose, Watson and Fowler, just to name eight that will be looking to challenge Speith in the course of the next 12 months.

    It's looks most unlikely that there will be someone holding down the top spot for months or years at a time.

     

     

  • ct690911 Canada
    6,214 Posts
    Mon, Sep 28 2015 3:02 PM

    The problem with golf is it's becoming bland vanilla again....interchangeable robotic golfing machines....Tiger Woods' best golfing days are probably behind him, but he is still the one who attracts the crowds and who the ladies readily give their room keys to....we need another Palmer or Woods to keep interest in a game where millionaires play for more millions....and where we can rarely differentiate one golfer from another. I'm not sure the trend toward loud clothing alone will do it.

    ct

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