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2009 masters champion is?

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You can pick anybody other than Tiger. It's to easy to pick him.

I guess it's more like picking who will be second place. smile

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I just went to the HSOforum and looked for the no-namer I have never heard of...........Tim Clark.....

Greg Norman will be in the top 10. one of the amatuers will make a run at the leader board on Friday as well......

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Geoff Ogilvy!

Tiger finishes 15th at 5 over par... sorry Tiger Lovers.. grin

Winning score -3.

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I'm picking Camilo Villegas.

Would love to see Greg Norman play well.

Hoping Anthony Kim is in the running as well.

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I'll go with Paul Casey. He finished 1st and 2nd the last couple of weeks and he's riding the hot streak.

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If not tiger than it is hard to ignore Phil. That rookie Rory Mcilroy could make some noise as well.....

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My horse is Fred Couples.....playing pretty good lately and have always liked him. My darkhorse pick is Sean O'hair!

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My daughter's golf team draws names from a hat for the Masters. She will be hoping Vijay wins!

The last time I had a daughter in golf, she drew Tiger Woods, and won the prize.

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I'd love see Freddy make a run. Norman too for that matter.

It would be nice to see Rory Mcilroy live up to the hype. The dude better know how to putt.

And if its gotta be Tiger. I hope Harrington is the final group with him on Sunday and gets spanked.

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Since I picked Kevin Sutherland on my board, I will go with him.

G.C.

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It's nice seing Jim Furyk up near the leader board. And Chad Campbell is on fire today, -4 through the front nine with a bunch of birdie holes on the back.

Im a Tiger fan so I atleast hope he's in the mix come sunday. He easily could have shot alot lower yesterday. He'd love to have some of those puts back...

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It is turning into a real shootout. This sunday afternoon should be awesome!!!!

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if kenny perry can keep it up, that would be a great win!!

steve

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The Duck is right up there! Quack, Quack.

Great tourney so far.

Tiger is about an inch away from being on top. So close on so many puts.

Anthony Kim with 11 birdies today.

Should be a great weekend. Will be fun to see some of the tough pin placements this weekend.

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I'd like to see either, Perry or Furyk win it

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Sweet day of golf. I've gotta get to Augusta at least once in my life.

I'd like to see Furyk, the Quiet Man, sneak up and take it away. If not him, I want Perry to win it. He's having such a good time out there.

I don't want to see Tiger win this one, though I think it'll be a lot of fun watching him and Phil, who look to be paired together tomorrow. It was inspiring to see them both struggle yet fight their way back to the edge of being within reach.

I'd be surprised if Campbell stays in contention. He was really hanging his head after that teeter-totter performance on those last few holes today. Two strokes back isn't much, but two strokes back heading the wrong direction could make for a sleepless night for him. I do hope he can stay in it.

Who knows, maybe someone at -4 to -6 will put up some bizarre number tomorrow and Cabrera and Perry will be stuck in place. At Augusta on Master's Sunday, what's impossible? smilesmile

It was mighty fine watching today with 56 minutes out of each hour devoted to golf and only 4 minutes wasted on ads. A guy could get used to that! gringrin

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I really want the Duck to win. He's fearless out there. Probably my second favorite player on tour.

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well...one day left.

I think Tiger will post a good round tomorrow - 67 or 68. However, Perry or Cabrera will not fall back. Those 2 are putting well - and Perry is really putting well and striking the ball well - he plays that right to left draw and that fits most holes there perfectly. If he is in the hunt with 13 and 15 that really swing that way - he should be in birdie range on both those holes come the back nine. I like the guy alot - he helped the U.S. take the Ryder cup this year - and both his parents are battling illness - would be great to see him win a green jacket. Tomorrow should be fun no matter what :-)

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ANGEL CABRERA! I was pulling for Perry but he couldn't get it done...too bad he bogeyed the last two holes, just like Tiger.

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Best tourney I've seen in a long time. The Duck outlasts Perry and Campbell. Tiger/Phil pairing was awesome.

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I don't recall who it was, but the shot where he had enough backspin on the ball and it dropped into the cup after what seemed like a 15 foot roll. Amazing.

Loved the drive by Perry that landed only a couple feet from the cup. I thought it was a done deal after that.

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That was a PHIL like choke by Perry and Campbell after Angel hit that one in the trees.

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That was a PHIL like choke by Perry and Campbell after Angel hit that one in the trees.

not very easy to Birdie the 18th Hole, I thought Par would have done it on the 18th...

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