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 Post subject: Re: The US Masters
PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 2:05 pm 
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Anyone had a wee bet?

Got a massive £2.50 on Phil Mickelson to win, think he was +5 over night, so needs to have a (very) good day today.

Also got £1.25 E/W on Stenson, think he went in +1 or Par.. not sure.

Will have it on throughout today, but no where near as good as the run in on Sunday.



they appear to be showing day 3 on the BBC too this year. I don't remember them doing that before.

I'd quite like to see a European win it, although Scott looks good again. Mcllroy -1, Westwood +1. Day 3 normally clears a few contenders out


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 Post subject: Re: The US Masters
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Bubba won again, he plays some incredible shots, especially off the tee.


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 Post subject: Re: The US Masters
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His drive over the tree on the back 9 was a thing of beauty.

Seems like the young lads head went a bit but he did well to recover to finish joint 2nd crazy to think less than 2 years ago he wasn't even on the pro tour.


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 Post subject: Re: The US Masters
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His drive over the tree on the back 9 was a thing of beauty.

Seems like the young lads head went a bit but he did well to recover to finish joint 2nd crazy to think less than 2 years ago he wasn't even on the pro tour.


Bubba is great to watch, like Seve in that respect. Shots no one else can make. I'm desperate for a European to win that tournament. Westwood always gets close but he misses so many puts by inches on the last day.


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 Post subject: Re: The US Masters
PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2014 11:38 pm 
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Bubba is great to watch, like Seve in that respect. Shots no one else can make. I'm desperate for a European to win that tournament. Westwood always gets close but he misses so many puts by inches on the last day.

In every major, I think he doesn't have the mental strength for it. Massive shame, as he's good, very good, but just loses everything on day four of every major, happens too often to be coincidence now too!

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