The Durham Bulls, the real minor-league team portrayed in the movie, noticed and tweeted one of the cliche-packed lines delivered by Tim Robbins' character, "Nuke" LaLoosh, "I just want to give it my best shot, and the good Lord willing, things will work out". It all went awry for Day on the final hole.
"It will be an exciting finish, I think, with 16, 17 and 18, and even with the drivable par-4 14th in there as well", Rory McIlroy said. But I believe we can play anywhere and can win anywhere.
"It is frustrating to me because I'm sitting there, and I'm like, 'My game is not where it should be".
The former world number one succeeded only in sending his ball into some bushes, from where he had to take a penalty drop and pitch over more shrubbery into the rough to the right of the fairway.
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There were 26 players unable to complete their second rounds.
Of the 23 players who have played the hole, there have been two eagles, 15 birdies, five pars and only one bogey.
He held his cool in the third round and will be right there come Sunday.
Our leader, Kevin Kisner has been either tied for the lead or out in front on his own since the gun on Thursday and was looking like pulling clear on Saturday until a double bogey six on the sixteenth and bogey on the last brought him back to the pack.
Then came the weather delay for just under two hours.
"Just a bad finish". It was the longest final day in 64 years at the PGA Championship because of rain, with Walker playing 36 holes on Sunday. Yardage: 7,600. Par: 71. He answered an opening bogey with a birdie at the par-5 seventh but was undone by bogeys at 12 and the par-3 13th.
Now in 70th position, however, Scott will be forced to wait another twelve hours before he learns his fate in terms of playing the weekend or not. He's played at least 24 PGA Tour events every season since 2007, and he's been quite consistent in terms of making cuts: He's made 115 in his 290 PGA Tour starts, amassing $10,675,987 in on-course winnings in the process.
DeLaet almost had a hole-in-one on the par-4 14th hole, driving the ball eight feet past the hole.style="text-align: center;"