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Post subject: 2016 Hyundai Tournament of Champions - Wow!  PostPosted: Feb 06, 2017 - 10:49 AM



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POTG is such a great game! You just never know how a tournament might turn out.

I replayed the 2016 Hyundai Tournament of Champions. For my tournaments, I generally cut the field down to 25 golfers after two rounds. After two rounds, Jordan Spieth (-12) held a 1-stroke lead over Brooks Koepka. The cut line was -5. Davis Love III made the cut at -6. Love making the cut itself is an accomplishment, as he has a Rounds 1 & 2 rating of +1.

In the third round, Love shot a round-best 64 thanks to a check on his Drive rating, which is A. Love's card is below average. His Drive rating is his best skill/score rating. Spieth and Koepka faltered and, at the end of the day, Love found himself tied for the lead with Jason Day at -15. Dustin Johnson, Russell Knox, and Troy Merritt were all breathing down the leaders' necks at -14. Jimmy Walker, on the strength of a third-round 65 ,was alone in third place at -13.

Now, among that competition, looking at the various golfer cards, it is amazing that Love was in the position he was in. His final round score is a very mediocre "0" while Jason Day has a -2. Love would need to have a very good day and hope Day did not play particularly well.

Sure enough, Love got a Big/Bad Day check on, of all things, Drive skill - again, his best skill score. He got a -4 adjustment and finished the round with a 66. Day got a score adjustment of 0. Davis Love III, on the strength of two consecutive skill checks on his Drive rating, held on to win the tournament with a -22. Jimmy Walker snuck in to second place after he shot a second-consecutive 65 round. Day took third.

You just never know how these tournaments are going to work out. Just a fantastic game!
 
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