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And now Xander in the water on #16. This is turning out more exciting than I expected it to be.

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The most important part of the Masters Tournament has just been decided.  I'm there for the lobster & corn fritters, miso-marinated sea bass and the peach cobbler.

Liver, fava beans and a nice chianti.

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and his third goes to the patrons.  I can hear what Gary McCord would have said in my head. 

Just now, boogielicious said:

He almost hit that guy in the privates!

Should have yelled "two!"

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1 minute ago, Herkimer said:

I was typing what a tough cookie Xander is and then he puts it in the water!

And now he’s got a tough chip to get up and down for double bogey. 

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5 minutes ago, Darkfrog said:

And now Xander in the water on #16. This is turning out more exciting than I expected it to be.

Xander pulling a Norman just killed the excitement. But...here we have it. No. Xander isn’t ready. He’s not knocking on any Major doors. Choker.

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I think Xander will be thinking about that tee shot for the rest of his life the way that Arnold talked about a certain putt he still thought about his whole life.

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So, in two consecutive holes, someone from the final pairing will make a six after going into the water on 16. 

Just now, Herkimer said:

I think Xander will be thinking about that tee shot for the rest of his life the way that Arnold talked about a certain putt he still thought about his whole life.

The one he missed on the 18th at the L.A. Open in 1959, leading to him getting a 12 instead of an 11 on that hole?

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4 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

Xander pulling a Norman just killed the excitement. But...here we have it. No. Xander isn’t ready. He’s not knocking on any Major doors. Choker.

 I agree.. that was definitely a Major choke.

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5 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

Xander pulling a Norman just killed the excitement. But...here we have it. No. Xander isn’t ready. He’s not knocking on any Major doors. Choker.

The door was open, he just didn’t step through.

Matsuyama in complete control of his own fate now.

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"He needs to make four good swings to get to the clubhouse."

No kidding.

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The 3:00hr/rd individuals have got to admire WZ's POP.

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Rose started walking after his putt on 18 to see how it broke for what he assumed would be the next putt.  Then it went in.  Good read!

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Schaufele looks broken after that. Poor lad. Matsuyama still has to get his drive away, but he’s nearly home. Zalatoris must be praying right now

Macintyre makes T12 and gets an invite for next year

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