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Put your money there and I think you'll lose it at the first hurdle!!

Tiger blitzed the Buick but he missed the cut at The Open. That will have hurt and last time he missed the cut in a Major (US Open 2006) he came right out and won the next. But the missed cut then was a lot about his mental state, rather than his physical. I don't know - we'll see. Probably starts as a short-odds favourite at Firestone and a longer-odds fave at the PGA.

I also don't know who will win but I know who won't - Tom Watson!

I will be looking for a bounceback from Paul Casey and a top-20 finish from Poulter. Americans in the frame: Phil and ermmm.... JB Holmes (if he can keep it straight as well as long) and ermmmm...ermmmmmmmm....dunno!

Outsiders: Vijay, Todd Fushikawa (did I spell that right?), Justin Rose, Ernie Els, David Duval. Now I'm wandering into the realms of rain dancing!

And way outside the two-pick remit.

I'll go Paul Casey and TW, respectively.
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Every frickin' time you pick AK. It's annoying. I've got Nick Watney at Firestone, and Dustin Johnson at Hazeltine. If DJ's in it.

well im bound to get it right some time in the future then, even though it doesnt look like this week! and no i dont pick him EVERY time (just most ;)) i have picked villegas (a number of times), watney and leonard at different times! oh, and whats it to you who i pick?

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In the light of circumstances can I change my picks? Please?

Padraig Harrington and Lee Westwood. Or Ian Poulter.
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