“To win a event, it did a lot for him — good and bad,” Elder pronounced of a male who would after spin his friend. “There were people who did not like a fact that he kick Arnold Palmer.”
Palmer looked to be in authority during a Olympic Club in San Francisco though fell detached down a widen as Casper done a fibre of birdies to force a playoff. The subsequent day, Palmer again led during a spin customarily to remove by 4 shots.
“I tell you, [Casper] strike some good shots,” Elder said. “I talked to him about it, and he always would child and say, ‘Aw, we was lucky.’ “
The feat gave Casper a second of his 3 vital titles. For Palmer, it was his third U.S. Open playoff detriment in 5 years. He would come tighten a few times in a indirect years though would not supplement to his 7 career majors.
Good reviews for Torrey Pines
Torrey Pines competence have been a tough march this week, though in a finish it got auspicious reviews from a players.
Many of them compared a severe and greens to what they customarily get during a U.S. Open.
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“The behind 9 starting during 14, it’s got a lot of teeth in it,” pronounced Charles Howell III, who finished tied for fifth during eight-under. “That’s a distant cry from what we’re used to seeing.”
Players praised a march for being what J.B. Holmes called “a really satisfactory test.”
Defending champion Scott Stallings, who reached a four-man playoff, put it this way: “They did a good pursuit environment it up. You had opportunities to make birdies, though we really had opportunities to make bogeys as well.”
Tournament leader Jason Day not customarily won $1,134,000 with his feat during Torrey Pines on Sunday, though he got a special provide afterward.
Day is from Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, and a San Diego contributor bending him adult by phone with another champion from Rockhampton, Rod Laver, among a biggest tennis players ever.
Laver, who lives in Carlsbad though recently returned from several months of vacationing and visiting in Australia, got a lot of “yes-sirs” from another awestruck Aussie.
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