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For the first time in however many years I hadn't been keeping up with the Masters. Checked the leaderboard a moment ago.

Hideki?

Oh yeah! This is good. Hideki is a proper fookin' golfer, la. This'll do nicely. Good luck tomorrow, Hideki. You're well overdue a major, and this one will do perfectly. I'll tune in tomorrow to watch you fit into a green jacket.

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Announcers are discussing players who won the Masters in their first appearance, omitted Horton Smith from the list.  He had never even watched one on TV prior to winning in his first appearance! 

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On 4/7/2021 at 11:32 AM, Club Rat said:

Hideki Matsuyama at 15 under.

@Billy Z You omitted my pick ... 
Look at Post #81

I like his chances to shoot 68 tmr and make me a happy camper ... :whistle:

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4 hours ago, Zeph said:

Check out Laird’s third shot on 18.

Quite impressive.

He really middled it. The line looked good too.

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28 minutes ago, Club Rat said:

@Billy Z You omitted my pick ... 
Look at Post #81

I like his chances to shoot 68 tmr and make me a happy camper ... :whistle:

Sorry @Club Rat, lol, I missed the person who has a chance of being right! I got you in the updated list below. Great choice/prediction! JS is about the only other chance of all the 'educated guesses. If he wins, will the two split the towel?

 

Club Rat                 Hedeki Matsuyama -15

Colins69                Tony Finau -11

phillyk                    Patrick Canlay -11
ncates00               Patrick Cantlay -13

nevets88               Rory McIlroy -12
pganapathy            Rory McIlroy -17

Darkfrog               Jordan Spieth -14
onthehunt526       Jordan Spieth -14

woodzie264          Dustin Johnson -14
RickK                     Dustin Johnson -17
iSank                      Dustin Johnson -18

DewSweeper09    Justin Thomas -9
Birdieputt              Justin Thomas -13
Billy Z                    Justin Thomas -14

Zippo                     Bryson DeChambeau -11
Hardspoon            Bryson DeChambeau -15

False hopes          Lee Westwood -11

Yukari                    Collin Morikawa -14

Bucki1968             Paul Casey -10

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6 minutes ago, Billy Z said:

If he wins, will the two split the towel?

Splitting a towel is like splitting a baby. They'll have to have a sudden death playoff.

1 hour ago, Shindig said:

He had never even watched one on TV prior to winning in his first appearance! 

Guessing he streamed it on his phone via the Masters app.

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Wow...matsuyama winning would be huge. 😒 He’s going to have a pull a Greg Norman to lose. 

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5 hours ago, Darkfrog said:

Looks like @onthehunt526 and I made the same pick (true I was first though), but Jordan needs to go on a run if he's going to get to -14 and win.

I think it’s out there though, Hideki’s second nine after the delay is proof of that. Spieth has already shot 64 on Sunday at the Masters in 2018. He’s close... has had some moments. Just needs a whole round like that.

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1 minute ago, onthehunt526 said:

I think it’s out there though, Hideki’s second nine after the delay is proof of that. Spieth has already shot 64 on Sunday at the Masters in 2018. He’s close... has had some moments. Just needs a whole round like that.

It can happen, HM have a so so day and JS shooting 65 or so.

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I think if BDC shoots a 60 tomorrow and the rest shoot 72 I could still win his thing,

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41 minutes ago, onthehunt526 said:

I think it’s out there though, Hideki’s second nine after the delay is proof of that. Spieth has already shot 64 on Sunday at the Masters in 2018. He’s close... has had some moments. Just needs a whole round like that.

 

39 minutes ago, Billy Z said:

It can happen, HM have a so so day and JS shooting 65 or so.

I’m not saying Jordan Spieth won’t score 63 tomorrow to win at -14. He’s scored well at Augusta on Sunday before.

But It’s a tall order. 

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45 minutes ago, Darkfrog said:

 

I’m not saying Jordan Spieth won’t score 63 tomorrow to win at -14. He’s scored well at Augusta on Sunday before.

But It’s a tall order. 

He needs to play the first nine better... stop making 6s and 7s...

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3 hours ago, Billy Z said:

Sorry @Club Rat, lol, I missed the person who has a chance of being right! I got you in the updated list below. Great choice/prediction! JS is about the only other chance of all the 'educated guesses. If he wins, will the two split the towel?

 

Club Rat                 Hedeki Matsuyama -15

Colins69                Tony Finau -11

phillyk                    Patrick Canlay -11
ncates00               Patrick Cantlay -13

nevets88               Rory McIlroy -12
pganapathy            Rory McIlroy -17

Darkfrog               Jordan Spieth -14
onthehunt526       Jordan Spieth -14

woodzie264          Dustin Johnson -14
RickK                     Dustin Johnson -17
iSank                      Dustin Johnson -18

DewSweeper09    Justin Thomas -9
Birdieputt              Justin Thomas -13
Billy Z                    Justin Thomas -14

Zippo                     Bryson DeChambeau -11
Hardspoon            Bryson DeChambeau -15

False hopes          Lee Westwood -11

Yukari                    Collin Morikawa -14

Bucki1968             Paul Casey -10

I believe this still has a nonzero probability:

On 4/7/2021 at 6:09 PM, Shindig said:

Xander Schauffele, -11

 

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If HM runs away with this... talk about a snooze fest of a final round.  The biggest robot on Tour running away with The Masters... a lethal combination for a persons interest level.

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1 hour ago, Chris223 said:

If HM runs away with this... talk about a snooze fest of a final round.  The biggest robot on Tour running away with The Masters... a lethal combination for a persons interest level.

Hideki seems like a lovely guy. How good is your Japanese?

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Boku? Nihongo chotto jozzu desu, pulling for Matsu-San, lived outside of Tokyo for a couple years, loved it.

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8 hours ago, Billy Z said:

Sorry @Club Rat, lol, I missed the person who has a chance of being right! I got you in the updated list below. Great choice/prediction! JS is about the only other chance of all the 'educated guesses. If he wins, will the two split the towel?

 

Club Rat                 Hedeki Matsuyama -15

Colins69                Tony Finau -11

phillyk                    Patrick Canlay -11
ncates00               Patrick Cantlay -13

nevets88               Rory McIlroy -12
pganapathy            Rory McIlroy -17

Darkfrog               Jordan Spieth -14
onthehunt526       Jordan Spieth -14

woodzie264          Dustin Johnson -14
RickK                     Dustin Johnson -17
iSank                      Dustin Johnson -18

DewSweeper09    Justin Thomas -9
Birdieputt              Justin Thomas -13
Billy Z                    Justin Thomas -14

Zippo                     Bryson DeChambeau -11
Hardspoon            Bryson DeChambeau -15

False hopes          Lee Westwood -11

Yukari                    Collin Morikawa -14

Bucki1968             Paul Casey -10

I picked a wrong Japanese name...

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12 hours ago, Billy Z said:

He can sure pound the ball, though.

I've had the same thought. He's 18th in driving distance in 20/21, 12 yards behind Bryson.

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