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    Quote Originally Posted by dufferole View Post
    In the 1st round of the Toto Japan Classic, Amy shot a 3 over 75. No birdies and 3 bogies.
    Hopefully was just some bad sushi dufferole. On a brighter note, there is no cut this week and only three rounds, and she is not alone with a less than banner start as Lexi Thompson is also +3 and many other top players are also over par.

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    73rd out of 78 is a bad start

    cmon now! avoid the sushi!!
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    im hoping it was just some bad sushi to, mangy--------woofda
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    Amy maybe got the bad round out of the way on Friday and rolls from here. In any case, some solid golf would be a good tuneup for the Tour Championship in Florida in a couple weeks. And with a strong finish in Japan along with a great off week, Amy can hit Naples with her A game in place, and make a nice run at that $5 million dollars of prize money and $1.5 million dollar first place!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickVic View Post
    im hoping it was just some bad sushi to, mangy--------woofda
    Amy turned it around nicely today for a three under round to get to E for the event and T44. Nice pairing coming up on the final day includes Amy Olson and Gerina Piller, and although she probably has played with Gerina before, I can’t recall when. Gerina is one of the LPGA stars who has become a first time mom not too long ago, along with Suzann Pettersen, Brittany Lincicome, Christie Kerr, Stacy Lewis, and others! Congrats and all the best to all of them!

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    Weird statistics. Amy's 1st round in which she was 3 over , she took 27 putts but was 7 of 18 in G/R. In her 2nd round, which was 6 strokes better, she took 32 putts but was 16 of 18 in G/R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dufferole View Post
    Weird statistics. Amy's 1st round in which she was 3 over , she took 27 putts but was 7 of 18 in G/R. In her 2nd round, which was 6 strokes better, she took 32 putts but was 16 of 18 in G/R.
    Traditional golf stats like these are very course grained. The strokes gained numbers on the PGA are much better measures of actual skill in various parts of a player’s game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dufferole View Post
    Weird statistics. Amy's 1st round in which she was 3 over , she took 27 putts but was 7 of 18 in G/R. In her 2nd round, which was 6 strokes better, she took 32 putts but was 16 of 18 in G/R.


    It was deja vu all over again today dufferole. Two bogies and one double for a 76 leaves Amy at +4 for the TOTO Classic and T68. I’m thinking she got it all out of her system and Florida will be a very different story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dufferole View Post
    Weird statistics. Amy's 1st round in which she was 3 over , she took 27 putts but was 7 of 18 in G/R. In her 2nd round, which was 6 strokes better, she took 32 putts but was 16 of 18 in G/R.
    If you just look at it innocently though it makes some sense. 7 of 18 greens implies 11 “extra strokes” while 27 puts implies 9 “strokes saved” or +2, while her actual score was +3.

    Similarly, 16 greens in regulation is 2 extra strokes to reach and 32 puts is 4 fewer to hole out summing to -2 compared to the -3 carded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El_Chapo View Post
    73rd out of 78 is a bad start

    cmon now! avoid the sushi!!
    Congrats to Ai Suzuki on a huge win for her in the TOTO Classic and her likelihood of joining the LPGA now or in 2020!

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    That track must not agree with everyone, especially first timers, as Jaye Marie Green finished +13 and in dead last, having almost won a tournament just a few weeks ago. Many other world class players also struggled there.


    Couple weeks to the CME Tour Champonship and a shot at 1.5 million dollars first place and $5 million total for the 60 best that women’s golf has to offer! May be time for a road trip for Amy’s Army El_Chapo!

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