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Sony Hawaiian Open
Without going into a big long explanation, here's what I took.
Sabbatini to win 51.00 SIA
Lehman over Perry -103
JB Holmes over Kelly -111
Sabbatini over Cink +105
JB Holmes over Appleby +125
All 72 hole m/u's at Pinny
No round 1 match-up jumped out at me, so I'm out for R1.
That kid sure is something, never seen anything like it.
Kid could turn pro tomorrow and sponsors would trip over themselves trying to get him.
Hoping Howell III holds off Luke today. Bought interactives on him yesterday. Its funny my wife was watching the golf with me and they put the stat up about him only winning once. She asked innocently "how can he make a living". I went to PGA tour and pulled up his stats for her. He has won over $12 million, lol. They should all thank Tiger every single day.
Putter has held back Howell, think he is ready to join the elite (top 15)
I think Tadd is going to have a rough time in the pros, because of his size. He sure does have this homer course figured out though. Makes it really fun to watch on tv.
I'm really disappointed in the Golf Channel. They have the chance of a lifetime, and won't run the early rounds at all. Hell, what else do they have to do? Run infomercials?
I've lost my two best golf outs, Golfing Gods and now Pinny. I still have SIA, and they are pretty good for outrights and three balls, but that's it. I need a place to play m/u's, and not at 30 cent juice, like most.
Howell3, Rose, Glover, Immelman, Pampling, all crack the top 10 or 15 this year. These are our new good guys that replace Love3, Els, Pernice, Verplank, and others.
Next week, The Hope. Looking at Campbell, Parnevik, Senden. Looking to fade Holmes, Trajan, Byrd, Petro, Short, Frazar, Purdy, and Gore. I have to remember that Gamez is a homer and plays well in Nev.