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LintzOnline Tipping Comp - St. Jude Classic


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#1 LintzMan

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Posted 07 June 2011 - 09:52 PM

The next round of the LintzOnline PGA tipping competition is now open. Click on over to http://www.lintzonline.com and enter your tips for theSt. Jude Classic where Lee Westwood is the defending champion. If you’ve just signed up the rules are the same as the ISG tipping competition from last year in that you need to tip 4 players each week, one from OZ, USA, Rest Of The World and a Bonus player with their combined world golf rankings not exceeding 10 points. The rest of the rules are on the site. Good Luck!!

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Posted 12 June 2011 - 08:22 AM

Robert Karlsson, runner up in this event last year holds the 36 hole lead by 3 shots over Colt Knost and Keegan Bradley after shooting rounds of 66 and 65 over the first 2 days. There were a number of big movers in the second round like Andres Gonzales who jumped 97 places on the leaderboard after a 5 under 65 and aussie Nick O'Hern who jumped 47 spots and into a T7 after a 4 under 66. Defending champion and world #2, Lee Westwood is 8 shots behind after 36 holes but there are still 36 more to go! With most of the worlds top golfers taking this week off to prepare for the US open it's no surprise that no squad has a player currently in the top 5. The leading squads after 36 holes (which there are many) have either Nick O'Hern or Brandt Snedeker who are currently T7 at the half way mark. Unfortunatley for us blueberrysmissus is amung those squads! To view your squads progress visit www.lintzonline.com. Good Luck!

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 06:42 AM

Yet another playoff on the PGA tour, this week between Robert Karlsson (who was also in a playoff in tthis event last year) and journeyman Harrison Frazier. Both palyers were tied at 13 under after 72 holes and were still tied after 2 playoff holes. On the 3rd playoff hole Karlsson missed the green in regulation and couldn't get up and down so when Frazier tapped in for par it was his first win on tour in 355 starts! Camilo Villegas equaled the low round of the tournament in the final round with a 6 under 64 to finish T3. The best of the assuies was Robert Allenby who had a pair of 67's on the weekend to finish T13. The leading squad for the week was chilli thanks to Villegas' great final round. There wasn't much movement anywhere on the leaderboard but Sea Eagle 07 did move 1 spot up into 2nd spot overall, still trying to catch our leader, blueberrysmissus. With the US Open next week, if any squads have all 4 players make the cut they'll be sure to move up a number of spots on the leaderboard. To view your squads results visit www.lintzonline.com.




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