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Players: Jordan Spieth (-10)
Masters: Tommy Fleetwood (-16)
PGA Championship: Tiger Woods (-13)
U.S. Open: Jason Day (-1) 
British Open: Jon Rahm (-15)
FedExCup: Tony Finau

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Players: Ricky Fowler (-12)
Masters: Tiger Woods (-17)
PGA Championship: Brooks Koepka (-9)
U.S. Open: Tiger Woods (-7)
British Open: Justin Rose  (-10)
FedExCup: Tiger Tiger Woods Y'all

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Players: Justin Thomas (-13) 
Masters: Rory McIlroy (-14)
PGA Championship: Brooks Koepka (-8)
U.S. Open: Dustin Johnson (-3)
British Open: Tommy Fleetwood (-11)
FedExCup: Brooks Koepka 

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Players: Billy Horschel (-19)
Masters: Tiger Woods (-17)
PGA Championship: Justin Thomas (-14)
U.S. Open: Bryson DeChambeau (-6)
British Open: Matt Kuchar (-10)
FedExCup: Tiger Woods

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Players: Bryson DeChambeau

Masters: Justin Rose 

PGA: Tiger Woods

US Open: Dustin Johnson

British Open: Rory McIlroy 

FedEx Cup: Justin Thomas 

 

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On ‎1‎/‎2‎/‎2019 at 6:56 PM, iacas said:

BHere's how this will work. Copy and paste the text here between the lines, and fill out your guesses at who will win each of the six events listed:


Players: 
Masters: 
PGA Championship: 
U.S. Open: 
British Open: 
FedExCup:


Fill in the first and last name of the player who is going to win each event and put their winning score in parentheses. Like this:

Tournament: John Doe (-18).

If anyone gets all six correct… I'll see what we can arrange as a prize.

Masters - Matt Kucher

PGA Championship - Ricky Fowler

US Open - Bryson DeChambeau

British Open - Justin Rose

FedEx Cup - Bryson DeChambeau

 

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Players: Justin Rose -12
Masters: Brooks Kopeka -14
PGA Championship: Rory Mcilroy -9
U.S. Open:  Dustin Johnson -4
British Open: Justin Thomas -10
FedExCup: Rickie Fowler



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Players: Paul Casey (-12)
Masters: Bryson DeChambeau (-9)
PGA Championship: Webb Simpson (-6)
U.S. Open: Dustin Johnson (-3)
British Open: Justin Rose (-14)
FedExCup: Bryson DeChambeau

On 1/11/2019 at 1:58 PM, chspeed said:

Feel free to make the prize an all expenses paid trip to Pebble Beach. The odds of getting all 6 correct are in the millions to one category. And that's without the scores. 😄

The chances of getting 3 right are pretty darn hard haha. The way this year is rolling so far, anything can happen. Should be a great year. Every tourney has been getting great leaderboards.

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Players: Matt Kuchar (-9)
Masters: Justin Rose (-14)
PGA Championship: Brooks Koepka (-4)
U.S. Open: Jon Rahm (+2)
British Open: Thomas Pieters (-11)
FedExCup: Matt Kuchar

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Players:  Justin Thomas (-13)
Masters:  Justin Rose (-15)
PGA Championship: Dustin Johnson (-14)
U.S. Open:  Jason Day (-3)
British Open:  Tommy Fleetwood (-9)
FedExCup:  Dustin Johnson

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Players: Justin Thomas -14
Masters: Rory Mcilroy -16
PGA Championship: Rickie Fowler -10 
U.S. Open: Dustin Johnson -9
British Open: Tiger Woods -11
FedExCup: Dustin Johnson 

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Players: Tiger Woods -12
Masters: Francesco Molinari -9
PGA Championship: Justin Thomas -13 
U.S. Open: Dustin Johnson -4
British Open: Tiger Woods -11
FedExCup: Dustin Johnson 

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Players:Rory -12
Masters: Francesco Molinari -12
PGA Championship:tommy fleetwood -13 
U.S. Open: Rory -8
British Open: Francesco Molinari  -11
FedExCup: Rory

 

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On 3/15/2019 at 9:08 PM, DeadMan said:

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Nice! Some good picks there.

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Here's how this will work. Copy and paste the text here between the lines, and fill out your guesses at who will win each of the six events listed:


Players: Already over so will ignore it
Masters: Rory Mcilroy (-17)
PGA Championship: Jon Rahm (-12)
U.S. Open: Brooks Koepka (-19)
British Open: Tiger woods (-7)
FedExCup: Rory Mcilroy

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On 3/15/2019 at 8:14 PM, NZ Golfer said:

Players:Rory -12
Masters: Francesco Molinari -12
PGA Championship:tommy fleetwood -13 
U.S. Open: Rory -8
British Open: Francesco Molinari  -11
FedExCup: Rory

 

One down ..wrong score...but hey...you’re on a roll!

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