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2 hours ago, tigerrag said:

So knowing that it will probably be windy Thurs and maybe Fri, which players will fair better in it?  Also, does it hurt some of the favorites heading into the tournament?

This weather changes my picks somewhat:

DJ - nothing bothers him

Jordan - mentally strong, good wind player

Phil - good wind player (now), knows course better n anyone and he's 46

Rickey - loves the elements, embraces the challenge

Zach J - also embraces the  challenge, only way he can win is in inclement weather

If weather was nice, I'd pull Rickey and Zach in lieu of Rory and JDay.

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I'm sure the Augusta National Tournament Committee has the ability to control how hard the wind blows...they control when the azaleas bloom, what the commentators say, how many t.v. commercials run pe

Dear me....let's look for some obscure way to turn a wonderful victory into something less. "Would never" is a big statement to say about something that did actually happen. Why didn't Rose win b

He's on a roll, just let him go! a) the field destroys the par 5's b) Spieth is a short hitter

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This... is a boring uninspired menu, sorry, just my humble opinion.

 

Guessing those bolded X's are don't go there.

 

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49 minutes ago, DaveP043 said:

I've heard it said that if anyone designed a course today with greens like those at Augusta, he'd be ridiculed and lynched.  Those severe greens are revered, due to their history, but they'd be tough to play on a regular basis.  Of course, if I was forced to play Augusta on a regular basis, I'd try to tolerate them.

I'd assume, for member play, the greens would be a lot slower and the pins in easier spots. Or at least they would be most of the time.

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If there is a postponement of play for some time on Thursday, it could heavily favor the early Thursday guys because if they get to finish most of their round on Saturday, the winds are supposed to die down to 5-10mph.

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26 minutes ago, Groucho Valentine said:

DIdnt know Sean O'Hair was 54 years old.... :-\

He's 34.

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3 minutes ago, tigerrag said:

Haha well they are way off.

What's more likely?  That Sean O'Hair lies about his age or the Stewards of Masters have made a mistake?  

I think you'll find that Mr. O'Hair is indeed 54 years of age.

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Masters practice coverage is showing radar numbers - ball speed and distance, plus animated trajectory for some players. 

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This... is a boring uninspired menu, sorry, just my humble opinion.

He's a Yorkshireman; they're not terribly...well...imaginative.

Mind you, I think some of the golfers from the southern United States might be a bit bemused when they see "gravy" on the menu and have their first encounter with Bisto.

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11 minutes ago, ScouseJohnny said:

He's a Yorkshireman; they're not terribly...well...imaginative.

Mind you, I think some of the golfers from the southern United States might be a bit bemused when they see "gravy" on the menu and have their first encounter with Bisto.

In all fairness, I find pretty much all of the menus boring, don't mean to single out Willett. Had Yorkshire pudding last year in Kent, it was very good.

Jason Day's mother won't need chemo, much weight off shoulders, maybe it'll free him up for a win.

http://golfweek.com/2017/04/04/jason-day-a-new-man-at-augusta-national-masters-after-good-news-on-moms-health-no-chemo-cancer/

I normally don't root for anyone, but this year, want to see a first time winner that's not an unknown quantity like Willett. Day, McIlroy, Rose, DJ, Matsuyama, Stenson, Rahm, etc...

 

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2 hours ago, nevets88 said:

Masters practice coverage is showing radar numbers - ball speed and distance, plus animated trajectory for some players. 

Too bad they can't simulate Thursday's expected wind speeds...

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My prediction for classic boring Thr leaderboard:
Henley
Grace
Immelmann 
Kymer
Piercy
Summerhays
Woodland
Kisner
Noren
Walker 

 

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