Friday, February 18, 2005

Rain, Rain, go away...

Although some rain delayed activities are quite welcome and the most fun provided you are still in your hotel room. :D

Anyway...

The finishing of Round 1 and the starting of Round 2 was all messed up due to big ole down pours lasting long enough to delay 2nd round tee times by as much as 4 hours and 6 players overnight.

Friday's leader, Brian Davis will tee off bright and early on the 10th for his second round along with D.A. Points and Brendan Jones. On the 1st tee will be Ryuji Imada, Tetsuji Hiratsuka, and Chris Starkjohann. Weather permitting tee time is 7:30 am PDT. Set those clocks. Get a wake-up call.

Of those who finished Chad Campbell holds the lead tonight with a 9 under, posting a bogey free 6 under, 65 in his second round.

Robert Allenby finished his second round scoring a 4 under today, tourney total 6 under.

Don't expect those two to stay on top very long tomorrow with Brian yet to start and Kevin Sutherland also at 6 under through the 4th hole.

I didn't think I was going to find a best dressed today with all the rain gear. Then I saw a hint of pink peeking up over a black pullover sweater.

Best Dressed goes to Luke Donald, especially when the sweater came off to reveal a pink collared shirt with little horizontal white stripes, topping black rain pants and black shoes.

Musey's Shot of the Day goes to Freddy Couples' second shot in the pouring rain on the 10th. I just love those that rattle the pin. If it had only gone in.

Mike Weir also came close to holing one on the 10th. After the rain delay, the 10th hole gave up eagles to Brent Geiberger, Jim Furyk, and Scott McCarron.

So if I had a hole of the day it would be the 10th for all the excitement it provided on this lift, clean, and play day.

Tiger Woods is through the 4th hole with a 1 under and tourney total of 5 under.

David Duval is also through the 4th hole only with a 1 over and tourney total of 4 over. Let's see if David eagles the 10th and a couple of birdies in there. The 11th and 17th are par 5's. mmhhhmmmm the cut is Even. Come on David.

Hey, I can always hope!!! If nothing else you know David has to be having a fun time with partners Hal Sutton and Jeff Sluman.

One other note... over on the Champions Tour, Curtis Strange made his debut today posting a 2 over at The ACE Group Classic. I wonder if ACE stands for Ace bandages? Oh well I will check it out later.

Personal note... hoping to reply to all the new comments while listening to the TeeBox in the morning. (and redo Thursday's post... argh sometimes I push the wrong dang buttons)

Nitey Nite.



posted by Musey @ 11:50 PM   3 comments links to this post

3 Comments:

At Sat Feb 19, 09:20:00 AM CST, Blogger sarah said...

I am totally loving Luke's too-big pants. I couldn't tell if Christian was wearing them or not (and I'm much more a Christian fan then a Luke one).

Also, I totally think that yesterday Aaron wore this in honor of my birthday today.

*cough*

 
At Sat Feb 19, 09:20:00 AM CST, Blogger FORE RIGHT! said...

Doesn't it seem as if the LA Open is always played as lift, clean and cheat? Who do they think they are, Houston?

 
At Fri Oct 28, 10:23:00 AM CDT, Blogger Sports Junky said...

I agree,

I love Tiger Woods. and recently I have bought stock in it. Not like real stock on Wall street, but a stock market that is strictly for sports.

You have seen it? Its pretty cool. You buy issues for your favorite golfers and you make real money. Not like a fake stock simulator. I cash out Dividends each time your golfer plays in a tournament. Also I can sell my players stock when the price goes up.

check it out if something like this interests you.
heres a link http://allsportstrading.com

This site has lots of data about dividends and game pots and golfers. It also has alot of information about how the market works.



See you there!
-Erik

 

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