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Let’s hear everyone’s Masters picks for this weekend. Try and branch out beyond the obvious Tiger choice.I'm taking Stewart Cink.
Those who can hit a high draw usually have a great chance. Stewart Cink fits into that category, but I like either Ben Curtis, Anthony Kim, or Paul Casey instead. You just can’t trust a guy on those greens who uses a belly putter.
Thank you OkieGolfer24!Phil played well early on but has not looked good as of late. He's also a head case, yet I don't count him out. Retief is always in the hunt it seems. Let's not discount the Big Easy, might be passed his prime but you never know. Furyk and Cink always seem to lurk. Oh and Vijay. How about a younger guy, Immelman, Villegas, Scott. My pick is Roy McEvoy! Oh wait that was the Open. Who are we kidding! It's Tiger's world, we're just living in it!
He's probably not invited, but he'll show up in his trailer and hawk his personal belongings and sign the double D boobs of his female fans for a little gambling and drinking cash.
Is John Daly playing? That guy is awesome.
He's probably not invited, but he'll show up in his trailer and hawk his personal belongings and sign the double D boobs of his female fans for a little gambling and drinking cash. [/quote] That's why we love him!
[quote=SometimesNowhere]Is John Daly playing? That guy is awesome.
Christopher DiMarco. 3 top 10’s from 01-05, including the sudden death runner-up to Tiger back when Tiger made that impossible chip from the fringe on the 16th in '05. He’s due.
I think David Duval is setting everyone up for a monster comeback on of these days. He's going for the Grand Slam!
Exciting day of golf yesterday. Phil and Tiger paired up on Sunday, Phil shooting lights out and Tiger, regardless of what the media was saying was playing pretty well. But the day belonged ulitmately to Angel Cabrera. 2nd hole of sudden death. Awesome! I do feel bad for Kenny Perry, to be playing so consistently all day then bogeys 17 and 18 and the 2nd playoff hole.