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Wow, what a fantastic break Rory just got!

Rory in the flower bed.

No wonder they score better than me- I never get those f*cking breaks.

If that was my ball, it would be buried in a wild boars ass sitting in the thistles.

Not sure if you guys saw the shot or not, but I was being sarcastic.  Rory hit a pretty decent shot for his second that hit a little short of pin high on the fringe about 20 feet left of the pin, but it hit directly off the top of a sprinkler head and shot up into those flower beds.

A horrible break, because he was looking at a fairly decent birdie chance, and instead had to scramble for bogey and now he's on the cut line.

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Boring?  BORING?  Mike & Mike, Mad Dog Radio, etc etc how could these guys even use the word?  Did these sportscasters even watch the tournament, or did they tune in for the last 3 holes and expec

I'd like to make a suggestion to the Augusta people: Quickly write into your tournament by-laws a contingency tradition; if the son of a former winner wins the tournament, his dad gets to prese

It's not the weather, though, as you may expect ... But rather, Phil Mickelson is just starting his practice round. ;)

Not sure if you guys saw the shot or not, but I was being sarcastic.  Rory hit a pretty decent shot for his second that hit a little short of pin high on the fringe about 20 feet left of the pin, but it hit directly off the top of a sprinkler head and shot up into those flower beds.

A horrible break, because he was looking at a fairly decent birdie chance, and instead had to scramble for bogey and now he's on the cut line.

It would not hurt covering these heads up! I have seen that several times on tour. It's pretty stupid. Becuase it aint a part of the course...On Augusta they does not even use them!

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It would not hurt covering these heads up! I have seen that several times on tour. It's pretty stupid. Becuase it aint a part of the course...On Augusta they does not even use them!

They doesn't?  Then what is they there for??

I just thought it was cool seeing McIlroy in the flowers. Caretaker must be like yo don't mess with my flowers yo.

LOL.  I think that was the guy that found his ball for him.  He was just standing there watching him hit the shot like "OK, that's two azaleas, and 3 dogwoods he just killed, I'll tell the chairman to subtract the amount of money it's going to cost me to replace them from his 38th place check." ;)

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They doesn't?  Then what is they there for??

LOL.  I think that was the guy that found his ball for him.  He was just standing there watching him hit the shot like "OK, that's two azaleas, and 3 dogwoods he just killed, I'll tell the chairman to subtract the amount of money it's going to cost me to replace them from his 38th place check." ;)

I dont know, maybe they used them in the old days. They hand-water every green and green area, flowers, trees and shrubs to conserve water. Thats their enviroment policy :)

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You know, it really wouldn't be the Masters without Fred Couples to collapse within the first five holes of Saturday's round.

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