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on: April 04, 2011, 11:59:57 am
What used to be a lock bet isn't anymore.

I think Normmm was probably right all along, we'll be really good next year.


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Reply #1 on: April 04, 2011, 12:16:51 pm
I expect Rory McIlroy to have a big week...his game is tight enough for Augusta and the kid has all the confidence in the world.

If not McIlroy, Martin Kaymer or Anthony Kim.
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Reply #2 on: April 04, 2011, 12:19:28 pm
Mickleson is coming in on fire...
 
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Reply #3 on: April 04, 2011, 12:42:37 pm
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.
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Reply #4 on: April 04, 2011, 12:52:55 pm
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Reply #5 on: April 04, 2011, 01:27:42 pm
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Reply #6 on: April 04, 2011, 01:29:00 pm
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Reply #7 on: April 04, 2011, 03:01:26 pm
Woods and Mickelson have won 6 of the last 10 Masters played, and are still 1 and 2 in the odds in Vegas.  But I took the field.  I like Westwood, McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.

I think Normmm was probably right all along, we'll be really good next year.


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Reply #8 on: April 04, 2011, 05:33:46 pm
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Reply #9 on: April 05, 2011, 04:03:41 pm
I heard a lot of  "business" women go to Augusta on the week of the Masters, so I think most people are taking hookers to the Masters.   :))
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Reply #10 on: April 05, 2011, 11:36:47 pm
A Tradition Like No Other: The BASTARDS!

Dang!  What did they do to you?

I think Normmm was probably right all along, we'll be really good next year.


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Reply #11 on: April 06, 2011, 10:19:03 am
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.

Kaymer? He's never made the cut.
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Reply #12 on: April 06, 2011, 11:09:08 am
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.

Kaymer? He's never made the cut.

True, but he's only played in the event twice and he's won 5 events in the past year as well as earned the World #1 ranking.  It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see him on the first page of the leaderboard going into Sunday.
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Reply #13 on: April 06, 2011, 03:59:08 pm
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.

Kaymer? He's never made the cut.

True, but he's only played in the event twice and he's won 5 events in the past year as well as earned the World #1 ranking.  It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see him on the first page of the leaderboard going into Sunday.

He has played in the event three times. Broken par once in those 6 rounds and has a scoring average of 74. Based on that I would be surprised.
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Reply #14 on: April 06, 2011, 07:03:56 pm
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.

Kaymer? He's never made the cut.

True, but he's only played in the event twice and he's won 5 events in the past year as well as earned the World #1 ranking.  It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see him on the first page of the leaderboard going into Sunday.

He has played in the event three times. Broken par once in those 6 rounds and has a scoring average of 74. Based on that I would be surprised.

He's #1 in the world because he stinks.
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Reply #15 on: April 06, 2011, 09:23:37 pm
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.

Kaymer? He's never made the cut.

True, but he's only played in the event twice and he's won 5 events in the past year as well as earned the World #1 ranking.  It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see him on the first page of the leaderboard going into Sunday.

He has played in the event three times. Broken par once in those 6 rounds and has a scoring average of 74. Based on that I would be surprised.

He's #1 in the world because he stinks.

So far, he has stunk at Augusta. But dont let the facts get in the way.
 
You keep on......
 
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Reply #16 on: April 06, 2011, 10:19:11 pm
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.

Kaymer? He's never made the cut.

True, but he's only played in the event twice and he's won 5 events in the past year as well as earned the World #1 ranking.  It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see him on the first page of the leaderboard going into Sunday.

He has played in the event three times. Broken par once in those 6 rounds and has a scoring average of 74. Based on that I would be surprised.

He's #1 in the world because he stinks.

So far, he has stunk at Augusta. But dont let the facts get in the way.
 
You keep on......
 
Dustin Johnson is your winner.

Johnson better come from behind, because he's not too good with a lead in the last round.
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Reply #17 on: April 06, 2011, 10:57:29 pm
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Reply #18 on: April 07, 2011, 03:47:54 pm
I expect Rory McIlroy to have a big week...his game is tight enough for Augusta and the kid has all the confidence in the world.

If not McIlroy, Martin Kaymer or Anthony Kim.

Good call on Rory, he opens with a 7 under 65.  Kaymer continues his struggles in Augusta posting an opening round 78, currently in a tie for 95 out of 99 entered in the field.


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Reply #19 on: April 07, 2011, 04:56:24 pm
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.

Kaymer? He's never made the cut.

True, but he's only played in the event twice and he's won 5 events in the past year as well as earned the World #1 ranking.  It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see him on the first page of the leaderboard going into Sunday.

He has played in the event three times. Broken par once in those 6 rounds and has a scoring average of 74. Based on that I would be surprised.

He's #1 in the world because he stinks.

So far, he has stunk at Augusta. But dont let the facts get in the way.
 
You keep on......
 
Dustin Johnson is your winner.

Johnson better come from behind, because he's not too good with a lead in the last round.

That wasn't a sand trap.
 
A blistering first round 78 by Kaymer, the #1 ranked player in the world.
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Reply #20 on: April 07, 2011, 08:45:46 pm
Mickelson is hot and the defending champ, but I wouldn't take him over the entire field.  Woods will probably figure out a way to get in the Top 10, but I don't see him as a threat to win with the way he is playing.  Kaymer, Luke Donald, or either Molinari brother are all good bets.

Kaymer? He's never made the cut.

True, but he's only played in the event twice and he's won 5 events in the past year as well as earned the World #1 ranking.  It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see him on the first page of the leaderboard going into Sunday.

He has played in the event three times. Broken par once in those 6 rounds and has a scoring average of 74. Based on that I would be surprised.

He's #1 in the world because he stinks.

So far, he has stunk at Augusta. But dont let the facts get in the way.
 
You keep on......
 
Dustin Johnson is your winner.

Johnson better come from behind, because he's not too good with a lead in the last round.

That wasn't a sand trap.
 
A blistering first round 78 by Kaymer, the #1 ranked player in the world.

Johnson was stellar today also.
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Reply #21 on: April 09, 2011, 09:13:59 pm
I expect Rory McIlroy to have a big week...his game is tight enough for Augusta and the kid has all the confidence in the world.

If not McIlroy, Martin Kaymer or Anthony Kim.


So what if Kaymer and Kim disappointed...

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Reply #22 on: April 10, 2011, 03:32:20 pm
Here comes Woods, 1 shot back.


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Reply #23 on: April 10, 2011, 09:49:59 pm
My McIlroy pick was looking good, until....

I think Normmm was probably right all along, we'll be really good next year.


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Reply #24 on: April 11, 2011, 07:51:27 am
I'm not sure how McIlroy is going to recover from throwing a huge number on the board with the lead at the British and then turning around and doing it at the Masters with the lead on the back 9. 

Of course Norman did it in 1996: 6 shot lead going into the final round, posted 78 and lost by 5 to Faldo.
And, most famously, Palmer's collapse: 9 shot lead with 9 to play and lost to Billy Casper in a playoff.

Norman and Palmer were both okay, maybe McIlroy will be too.  I'll be pulling like hell for him, just like I did for Van de Velde after the collapse in 1999.
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