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I just read an article where Tommy Watson says Tiger Woods has a legitimate chance to win this 2014 Open Championship. So in the interest of no apparent reasoning, who will have the lowest score between Watson, and Woods for the first two rounds? If they both make the cut, then all 4 rounds.

I'm going to buck the odds and go with Watson.

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I really think Woods is going to have a really hard time this week. Watson can still play the British pretty well so I'll go with Watson.

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I really think Woods is going to have a really hard time this week. Watson can still play the British pretty well so I'll go with Watson.

Ha really are you in Colorado?

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