Jason Sobel's live blog
|2:08||[Comment From Scott (Geneva) ]|
Liking the new format. Keeps my F5 button from getting worn out.
|2:08||[Comment From Mike from Reno ]|
How are the scoring conditions out there? It looks all over the place. And the new format is sweet.
|2:12||[Comment From David Cecil ]|
Love the new format!
|2:12||[Comment From Shaun, Philadelphia ]|
Where's the charge from Phil? The Live Blog Theme Song promised he'd be charging!
|2:13||[Comment From Jack (Seattle) ]|
How 'bout a link to the theme song? I need to start the afternoon on a good note!
|2:22||[Comment From VRBIGDADDY ]|
OF ALL THE GUYS CHASING TIGER WHO DO YOU THINK HAS THE BEST CHANCE TO CATCH HIM?
|2:24||[Comment From Ken ]|
How about Steve Flesch. He gets to 5 under for the round and by birdieing the incredibly hard pair of 12 and 13 then goes bogey, double bogey on the comparatively easy 14th and 15th?
|2:25||[Comment From Erik (the OC) ]|
With this new blog format, have we seen the end of your longer posts in favor of 2 or 3 sentence quips? Don't strive for mediocrity!
|2:29||[Comment From Mike in Minneapolis ]|
Blog Jinx! Bogey for Mahan. I think your 2nd pick is gonna fair better...
|2:37||[Comment From Bob in Seattle ]|
Jason... Love the new look... Why do you think Ross Fisher is able to stay in contention in all these majors?? For a guy who has been a relative unknown until this year he has held his own in the majors..
|2:49||[Comment From Ryan from Twin Cities ]|
Big problem with the new layout Jason. I could read the old blog easily on my Blackberry. This new fangled one, not so much. I'm making a 3 hour drive this afternoon, and can't keep up to date with the blog anymore. Tell the techheads to come up with a solution, please!
|3:20||[Comment From Adam ]|
Tiger's stroking it off the tee, which is the one area in which he can potentially get in trouble and make a big number. He isn't gonna three jack multiple times in a round, so this is over already right?
|3:32||[Comment From rob ]|
i think vijay is one of the few players who've gotten into tiger's head. Just another inspiration for tiger today
|3:39||[Comment From Stephen (Unknown Parts) ]|
You leave us hanging by ourselves and it's Three Jack City for Tiger.
|3:52||[Comment From Daniel ]|
umm i dont know what you are seeing but tiger's drive was on the right edge of the fairway...it was the second shot that was wayward
|4:00||[Comment From Jim ]|
Harrington with a nice bird on the par 5 7th.
|4:30||[Comment From Jordan from Topeka ]|
Dude, the Live Blog Theme Song is soooo stuck in my head. But I can't stop listening. You should have it playing in a loop on this page all day
|4:33||[Comment From Daniel ]|
hey jason, in the polls at the bottom, what would your votes be?
|4:41||[Comment From Jake from NJ ]|
lol thts funny...just changed over to espn and heard you on there after following your blog all day, feel like a sobel stalker
|4:42||[Comment From Corey ]|
The new poll should be: "Who will play in the Final Round with Tiger?"
|5:06||[Comment From evan j ]|
Yang was just kidding...
|5:24||[Comment From John G. In Morristown, TN ]|
Isn't this about the time the old Tiger would have reached into the chest cavities of the other guys on the leaderboard and pulled their hearts out like that dude in the Temple of Doom?
|5:29||[Comment From Mike ]|
Is the new blog format transforming the blog jinx? Normally Tiger is unaffected by the jinx, but now he seems to be under some sort of general malaise where he's just not dominating like most thought he would...
|5:42||[Comment From Devin ]|
how aware is Tiger of the approaching field?
|5:46||[Comment From Aubrey Clayton ]|
Any possibility that watching Vijay collapse has had an effect on Tiger today? He seems to thrive on match-play style competition with a worthy competitor.
|5:46||[Comment From Gus ]|
Would Tiger be playing this way if he was paired with Harrington?
|5:59||[Comment From Michael ]|
Shot of the tournament thus far?
|6:23||[Comment From John ]|
Can we get a mea culpa from you (and most other journalists) who assumed that Tiger would roll? I still like his chances tomorrow, but I think everyone has undersold some of the other golfers chasing him.
|6:29||[Comment From Delta ]|
Wouldn't it almost be better for Padraig not to play with Tiger? Say what you will about how he handles the pressure...Round 3 was his best round in his last 4...and it doesn't take a genius to figure out what the difference is.
|6:37||[Comment From Michael ]|
Unless Tiger has a couple of birdies in his final two holes, his scores will have gotten progressively worse as the tournament has gone on. At this point in his career do you think it is nerves, lack of concentration or a worsening level of play? Are you worried that with a three-shot lead he has not put the field safely behind him in the rearview mirror?
|6:56||[Comment From Paul ]|
Did you ever find out when (if?) Tiger last played par on all par 5s?
|6:57||[Comment From Jim ]|
71-71 will NOT win...he has got to be in the 60s tommorrow
|7:20||[Comment From Bob Ricker ]|
For as long a we've watched Tiger - most still do not get his strategies. He missed perhaps 2 shots that he should have had - but his strategy for today was ONLY to maintain his lead, whether it be by 4, 3 2 or 1 stroke(s) - he plays to whatever he needs to do to win. Most of the other golfers who had very good rounds today - took some chances and it paid - Tiger took zero chances - it will be a different story tomorrow if things get tight - then Tiger shows why he is Tiger - Tiger will win by 3 strokes over Paddy again.
|7:21||[Comment From Jon from VA ]|
But what if someone shoots a 64 in front of Tiger tomorrow and forces him to shoot at 66 or a 67 to win?
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91st PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
The drama was gripping. The battle between Y.E. Yang and Tiger Woods compelling. So did Yang win the 91st PGA or did Tiger lose it? The truth lies somewhere in between. Gene WojciechowskiCourse: Hazeltine National Golf Club
Where: Chaska, Minn.
Yardage/Par: 7,674 yards, par-72
2009 champion: Y.E. Yang