alandoamazing
Because I'm sick of seeing "2013 Open Championship" on the front page.

Jason Day. My prediction.
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diener34
I'll take Keegan Bradley.

Long shot is Hunter Mahan.

There should be a rule that the Masters is always the weekend of Easter.
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alandoamazing
Tiger is out, which is a bummer.
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highlightfilm
Jordan struggled with his tempo today. Amen Corner bit him hard. Knowing him, I wouldn't be surprised to see him shoot a round under par tomorrow. He was playing well coming into the tournament. This young man is going to make good money on tour someday!
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alandoamazing
Side note: Will be really interesting to see how Jordan Niebrugge from Mequon plays. Has an earlier tee time today. Augusta is a course every kid dreams of playing, would be tough to control your awe enough to play good golf IMO. Would be really cool if he could make the cut and play the weekend.
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diener34
Jordan came back and shot a 2 over 74 today.

Still Pretty impressive.
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leadhead
alandoamazing wrote:
Spieth is incredibly talented. Looking to become the youngest player to ever win at Augusta. Oh yeah, and it's his first Masters. He has the talent to be one of the best ever.


I got lucky a couple of years ago when I randomly picked him out to follow at Erin Hills for the U.S. Amateur. Walking practically side by side with he and his caddy I was really impressed with his golf intellect as I could easily overhear their conversations. Very cerebral athlete and emotionally composed. It's going to be fun watching him today.
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alandoamazing
Spieth is incredibly talented. Looking to become the youngest player to ever win at Augusta. Oh yeah, and it's his first Masters. He has the talent to be one of the best ever.
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leadhead
leadhead wrote:
alandoamazing wrote:
Spieth is incredibly talented. Looking to become the youngest player to ever win at Augusta. Oh yeah, and it's his first Masters. He has the talent to be one of the best ever.


I got lucky a couple of years ago when I randomly picked him out to follow at Erin Hills for the U.S. Amateur. Walking practically side by side with he and his caddy I was really impressed with his golf intellect as I could easily overhear their conversations. Very cerebral athlete and emotionally composed. It's going to be fun watching him today.


Not as "emotionally composed" as I thought. Nevertheless, his future is bright.
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alandoamazing
Bubba gets his second green jacket in three years. Really impressive round today, and as usual from Bubba some ballsy shots. Fun player to watch.

Spieth never recovered from 8 and 9, but a great showing nonetheless. He's got multiple major wins in his future.
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