Can The 2009 US Open Top 2008?

Anyone remember the 2008 US Open? First we got to witness four days of fantastic golf ending in a tie between Rocco Mediate and Tiger Woods. Which was then followed up by an entire day of playoff golf in which Tiger managed to take down the feisty Mediate after 19 holes, only to reveal that he was taking the rest of the year off to undergo knee surgery and probably shouldn’t have been golfing to begin with! Let’s face it, you couldn’t make up a better story than that…or could you?

One thing is for sure, the golfing at Bethpage Black this weekend won’t be a disappointment. And while nobody knows quite what the 2009 US Open will bring, nobody can stop us from guessing! So send in your best, craziest stories of what you think the Open has in store for us fans this year. Will Tiger hit a hole-in-one by banking a shot of a low flying bird? Will we see a new course record…set by an amateur? Well, probably not, but as it sits right now ANYTHING is possible! So send in your ideas, no matter how crazy they seem!

Until next time!
Scratch the Caveman

 
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5 thoughts on “Can The 2009 US Open Top 2008?

  • June 16, 2009 at 1:44 pm
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    Going to be great to see if the long hitters can keep it in the fairway. If they can, they should be at the top of the leader boards. If Tiger plays like he did 2 weeks ago, wrap it up, the rest of the field is playing for 2nd place.

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  • June 17, 2009 at 4:14 pm
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    The best matchup may be Bethpage Black Vs. Mother Nature. He who emerges from rain soaked greens with dry socks will attain the greatest happiness.

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  • June 17, 2009 at 4:26 pm
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    And one more ancient proverb for good measure….Man who run in front of Tiger get tired. Man who run behind Tiger get exhausted.

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  • June 17, 2009 at 8:27 pm
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    No way this year can be better unless Phil is still slugging it out with Tiger ( AND WINNING ) on the final approach to 18. Otherwise, 2009 will pale in comparison to Rocco sweating it out in the clubhouse and marveling at Tiger’s shot saying, I knew he’d make it.” That was great theater. And then Rocco went out and gave it his best in the overtime. I came away with a new-found respect for a guy not named Tiger that weekend.

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  • June 18, 2009 at 7:24 pm
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    “Where’s my canoe,” mused Ian Poulter

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