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The 2018 Masters  

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  1. 1. Who wins the 2018 Masters?

    • Tiger
      27
    • Jordan, Dustin, or Rory
      28
    • Someone else in the OWGR Top 15
      62
    • Someone not listed above
      24
  2. 2. Where does Tiger finish?

    • First
      24
    • Top 5
      21
    • Top 10
      50
    • Top 20
      27
    • Makes cut, nowhere near contention
      16
    • MC
      3


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2 minutes ago, Zekez said:

I'm torn on that one. I think it's funny, and not demeaning or negative.

But if you allow that, you probably allow "mashed potatoes!" and all that other stuff, too. And, of course, Dilly Dilly is pop culture, not a long-standing thing.

Still, I wonder if someone who says it as Rory McIlroy walks four feet away from them, quietly, will really be kicked out. Those who yell it, yeah.

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11 minutes ago, Zekez said:

I have no problem with this as I have the same policy on my property as well.

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I wonder if the "Dilly dilly" ban was paid for by Budweiser.   "Banning" their catch phrase is really to their benefit, as we have seen already. 

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10 minutes ago, Marty2019 said:

I wonder if the "Dilly dilly" ban was paid for by Budweiser.   "Banning" their catch phrase is really to their benefit, as we have seen already. 

I doubt it. ANGC has demonstrated repeatedly that they expect a certain level of decorum from the patrons and yelling "dilly dilly" is definitely not done at Bushwood.

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Just sent in my picks for the Masters Pool at my club. 4 tiers, have to pick 3 from A, 2 each from B and C, and 1 from D. 4 of you picks have to make the cut,  total combined low gross wins. Winning score is the tiebreaker . Tier A Rose, Thomas, Woods B Hatton, deChambeau, C Perez, Walker, D Vegas. TB -14

10 minutes ago, iacas said:

 

T-shirts? Please.

UGH. Not a fan of the dilly dilly ad campaign... I am a fan of Bud Light however.

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24 minutes ago, iacas said:

 

T-shirts? Please.

I just saw this elsewhere and came here to post it but you beat me to it.  So apparently it's not just great minds that think alike.  Dilly dilly!

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Anyone in Europe know if we can watch the masters.com live stream?

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1) Hate everything about the Dilly Dilly campaign.

2) Enjoying the par 3 more than usual - the Nicklaus, Watson, Player group is awesome

3) I really hope Tony Finau hasn't injured himself there. Sprinted up to the green after a hole in one, turned round to his kids as he was running and went over on his ankle...

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2 minutes ago, Valleygolfer said:

Finua's ankle......set you eye to stun....ouch...

Trick ankle I guess but damn...he walk that off to play the Masters

Fingers crossed it's not a DJ moment

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1 minute ago, Valleygolfer said:

Finua's ankle......set you eye to stun....ouch...

We are all wondering if he rolled it or popped out. It definitely looked like it could have.  Either way, he's going to be icing that thing when he's done.

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