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8 minutes ago, Beastie said:

I didn’t read it, I wrote it.... I’m assuming your joking ?😐

I can see your irony detector is working well. Yes, only joking.👍

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12 minutes ago, Beastie said:

I didn’t read it, I wrote it.... I’m assuming your joking ?😐

 If he wasn't joking, then he certainly doesn't know too much about the Masters.

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47 minutes ago, billchao said:

Looks like I’m the only one here pulling for Hideki to win 🤷🏻

I'm rooting for him, as is a friend of mine (not present with me) who doesn't even play golf.  I really like Xander also, and I suppose Xander playing the rest in -5 and winning and getting me that towel would be pretty neat.

But I certainly don't want to see Matsuyama fall off or anything like that.  

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21 minutes ago, Shorty said:

Where did you read that? The problem with Augusta is that the boring nature of the back 9 pretty much guarantees a "snoozefest". 🤣

Huh? Molinari lost it on the back nine. Seve lost the 1986 Masters on the back nine. Norman lost the Masters on the back nine.

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4 minutes ago, Herkimer said:

 If he wasn't joking, then he certainly doesn't know too much about the Masters.

Don't they say that the tournament starts on the front 9 on Friday?

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1 minute ago, Shorty said:

Don't they say that the tournament starts on the front 9 on Friday?

They say you can’t win the Masters on Thursday or Friday, but you can lose it.

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13 minutes ago, Shorty said:

I can see your irony detector is working well. Yes, only joking.👍

Unfortunately I reckon no one is gonna put any pressure on. matsuyama could drop 4 shots and still win by two

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This scorecard today for Jordan Speith is so Jordanesque:

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11 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

Huh? Molinari lost it on the back nine. Seve lost the 1986 Masters on the back nine. Norman lost the Masters on the back nine.

Yeah, but NOBODY ever says that the back 9 is  set up for drama. That's why they say "redesign 11, 12, 13 and 15 and you've got a great tournament course".

If it was, there's be several of examples of how exciting things happen there.

Rory never choked there.

Nicklaus would've made a run there or something.

Or someone would've hit multiple balls in the water on 12.

As soon as they putt out on 9, the tournament is over. 

 

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1 minute ago, Shorty said:

Yeah, but NOBODY ever says that the back 9 is  set up for drama. That's why they say "redesign 11, 12, 13 and 15 and you've got a great tournament course".

If it was, there's be several of examples of how exciting things happen there.

Rory never choked there.

Nicklaus would've made a run there or something.

Or someone would've hit multiple balls in the water on 12.

As soon as they putt out on 9, the tournament is over. 

 

And the only way to hole out on #10 on Sunday is to do so from on the green.

It would appear that someone very important is rooting for Hideki too.

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2 minutes ago, Shorty said:

As soon as they putt out on 9, the tournament is over. 

 

Too funny!

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Hideki on #13 is trying his best to make this interesting for everyone else, but Someone is not going to allow that to happen.

Xander is not about to give up.

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Speith needs to start vocalising his thoughts, rather than making Greller guess what he is thinking all the time.

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