Stress of Trying to Reach #1

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By Darius V

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  1. Darius V

    Darius V
    Barrie, ON

    It was hard to watch the match play yesterday when Justin Thomas could not seem to put up much of a fight for the win. It seemed like the day before he could sink any putt that mattered yet on Sunday with World Number One on the line the stress got to him and nothing would drop. I love watching Match Play particularly when the matches are tight. Knowing that one or two good holes could turn things around. The final championship round where Bubba won 7&6 left me wondering how soon the slaughter would end. When would Kisner be given the chance to pack up and go home? The fight for third and fourth between Justin and Alex Noren was not that much better. If Alex Noren had of made a few of the putts he lipped earlier in the round this match would have ended earlier as well. Yes - they both skimmed the cup a number of times, but it was obvious that Justin Thomas simply had nothing left in the tank. Perhaps they should go back to the One and Done format and get away from the four and groupings at the beginning of the week !

  2. JKissoon

    Ajax, ON

    JT will make number one soon. I don't see DJ playing that well right now.
  3. Todd J

    Todd J
    Calgary, Alberta

    I saw an interview with JT and he said part of it was that his legs were toast, I could see that ... with not stability its hard to hit anything properly.
  4. Scott D

    Scott D

    I agree with Darius, the one and done much better. There was urgency in every match. Some of the pool matches left a bit to be desired when the players knew they were headed home.

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