No, really, I would like to know, so I figure maybe more people would like to know.
Oh, did I mention that spectators are invite-only? Yeah. Seriously, a tournament between two high-price country clubs and some of the richest men in the world…the proletarian golfer in me is cringing. But huzzah! The winning team gets $1 million to divide up among each golfer’s chosen charity or charities (in addition to lots of money and posh prizes including Audi’s in winnings and sponsored by workout gear lab – you can read best shoes for crossfit article from Julia by following link).
Ahem…The Tavistock Cup is named for the company that owns two planned communities in Orlando, Florida that each have a pretty killer golf course and the requisite country club. These two tony “communities” started attracting some high-profile golfers as members, and those guys started talking smack in the cluhouses, wondering if this country club went up against that country club, who would win. Yeah, a part of me wants to punch them in the face, too.
But alas, those same golfers decided to go forward with that hypothetical golf mega-talent tournament. And we have the Tavistock Cup — … MORE...
Before getting into who played well today in the second round at the Memorial Tournament, let’s look at who really screwed up. Thomas Aiken, that’s who. You thought I was going to say Luke Donald, didn’t you? Thomas Aiken was tied for second before he started playing golf today, and maybe the pressure got to him. He shot an astounding 11 over and is going home for the weekend.
Speaking of Luke Donald, yes, he kind of blew it today as well, shooting a 4 over 76, but that only dropped him down into a tie for 7th at 4 under for two rounds. It was Jim Furyk who took over the top spot along with Jonathan Byrd. Furyk added a 2 under today to his 5 under yesterday, moving up from a tie for 2nd. Byrd went 4 under today, one stroke off the low round of the day (Chris DiMarco and Matt Kuchar, both of whom moved up to 7th from 48th).
Mike Weir and Mark Wilson are one back at 6 under. Ryuji Imada and Matt Bettencourt are at 5 under. Ernie Els is at 4 under with Davis Love, who shot a 68 today. … MORE...
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