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Saturday, August 11, 2012

The Big Bad Wolf Lives!

And he huffed, and he puffed, and he BLOWED their house of (score)cards down!

The Big Bad WolfDays like Friday make me wonder if the Big Bad Wolf's name is Kiawah, and if it's a Native American name meaning "LOOK OUT!" (There used to be a Kiawah tribe, but everything I've seen says they're extinct. *sigh*) As I understand, there were only 4 rounds under par in the 2nd round. Those came from Vijay, Tiger, Phil, and Ian Poulter.

And who's afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? Not the "experienced" players (I'm pretty sure the TV guys really mean "old" and they're just trying to be politically correct) like Vijay, Tiger, Phil, and JD, who are all still within 5 strokes of the lead.

Here's the update on my "5 to Watch" after the second round:
  • Keegan Bradley: T15 (+1)
  • Louis Oosthuizen: T56 (+5)
  • Thorbjorn Olesen: T56 (+5)
  • Luke Donald: T66 (+6)
  • Rory McIlroy: T5 (-2)
All of my picks made it to the weekend since the cut fell at +6. I'm really glad to say that Ryo Ishikawa made it at T24 (+2), well in the running for his first major. Tommy Gainey didn't, finishing at +14.

Just for the record, things don't look much better for today. The Weather Channel predicts the wind will stay around 10-20mph, but the temperature is going up to 89 degrees F with possibly dangerous thunderstorms.

Looks like the Big Bad Wolf intends to keep on huffing and puffing. I guess we'll find out soon enough whose game is as solid as a brick house.

The Wolf came from allcartoonpictures.com.

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