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Old 04-07-2011, 12:21 PM   #1
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The Masters "A Tradition Like None Other"

Well its started today and I have to say I'll waist most of this weekend watching. My pick is Phill M. which up until last week I would not have given him a chance. He did the same thing last year playing bad up until the master so I hope he did not peak one week too soon. It will also be interesting to see what Tiger does. I like having him playing well to add to the drama but I'm picking him to not even make the cut.
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Im hoping Tiger plays well. To see him near the top the leaderboard going into Sunday would be great TV. Got the leaderboard up at work...
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:05 PM   #3
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Re: The Masters "A Tradition Like None Other"

FD you botched the thread title!

A tradition unlike any other.
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:07 PM   #4
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Despite the botched thread title I love this tournament. I have the live feed from ESPN.com up on my 2nd monitor at the office. Loving it.

The weather is supposed to be tremendous all week. I'll bet the winner comes in at 12 or 13 under.
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:25 PM   #5
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FD you botched the thread title!

A tradition unlike any other.
Hey, he spelled everything correctly...how much do you expect from the guy?


Even if FD wrote "The Masters: Hot to your door in 30 minutes or less" and still spelled everything correctly, it's a huge success for him.




ANYWAYS...

I'm putting my money on someone I've never heard of before. There are a lot of young golfers with some major talent and I think one of them will beat out the usual cast of big names. I just don't know who it is yet. Maybe someone like Rory McIlroy, David Chung, Gary Woodland or Brandt Snedeker.

I just upgraded to a HD receiver and service from Dish...had standard def before, so I'm interested on seeing how awesome golf looks now.
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:43 PM   #6
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Re: The Masters "A Tradition Like None Other"

I KNEW KNEW KNEW before even opening the thread FD had started this. Thread title fail. I love it.
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Old 04-07-2011, 01:54 PM   #7
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seriously how do folks watch golf on TV or in generally, Zzzzzzzz...

I guess if you play it there is more of a thrill.
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FD you botched the thread title!

A tradition unlike any other.
Same thing. I knew it was off just too lazy to look it up. I also figured it would give you guys something to talk about.
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Tiger's back 9 yesteday was a mutherf*cker...cant wait to see how he plays today
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I KNEW KNEW KNEW before even opening the thread FD had started this. Thread title fail. I love it.
LOL. Yup. I figured it was either FD or a quote making fun of some broadcaster who botched the phrase. Too funny.

But yeah, it's shaped up to be a great weekend in Augusta. The McIlroy/Fowler/Day trio yesterday was really impressive, and they're all so young.
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Fowler looks about 13 years old.
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How do you spell choke? M-C-I-L-R-O-Y!

Tiger had an awesome tournament. I hope that he continues to play like this. Last year was just brutal.
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How do you spell choke? M-C-I-L-R-O-Y!

Tiger had an awesome tournament. I hope that he continues to play like this. Last year was just brutal.
Aww man I felt badly for Rory. He played some bad ass golf for 3 1/2 rounds. He's just young. When his mental fortitude catches up with his physical tools, he's gonna be the best player in the world.
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I am more fond of Ricky Fowler.
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Screw Tiger,glad he lost.He had it all and he blew it.Everyone desrves a second chance and I'd pull for him if he wasnt such a complete dick and titty baby.His behavior on the links sometimes has got to be the worst in the game.
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