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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Is Tiger to win the Masters the longest odds he's been since he became so famous and acclaimed?
    Almost certainly, ridiculously short though, IMHO. 20-1 would be about right for me. I don't think he can possibly win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    I don't think he can possibly win..
    agreed, i want him to win as always but i don't think he can, even a top 10 would be remarkable considering...
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    Well it is very early days but he is off to a great start, 3 under for the first 9.

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    Where are all these old people coming from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup View Post
    Where are all these old people coming from?
    Yeah, it's like a Saga holiday. Can't say I'm surprised at Couples though.

    Yet Lyle keeps on doing this at the Masters, plays ****e everywhere else, it's very odd. Watson just a dead-set legend, surely he can't, can he?

    Tiger looking really quite incredible considering, but a lot of guys scoring low.

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    I love this tourney. It and the Open dead set two of my dream events to see.

    Love Foxin Freddie too. Seems a good guy. And Waston? I cried last year when he lost the Open. That would have been one of the great sporting stories.

    But my God, if he goes close here, won't the simpering Yank commentators ruin it for everyone?
    And it seems Tiger is sill Tiger..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    I love this tourney. It and the Open dead set two of my dream events to see.

    Love Foxin Freddie too. Seems a good guy. And Waston? I cried last year when he lost the Open. That would have been one of the great sporting stories.

    But my God, if he goes close here, won't the simpering Yank commentators ruin it for everyone?
    And it seems Tiger is sill Tiger..
    I yearn for "simpering yanks", we've got Peter Alliss

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    a fantastic leaderboard after 18...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    I yearn for "simpering yanks", we've got Peter Alliss
    Hahaha Peter Allis, memorably ****ed up when Mickleson won his first masters a few years back.

    Ken Brown is on something as well in my opinion.

    Quite like Sam Torrence though, served him a couple of times at the cinema actually. he loves Avatar. Do not think he had any idea that I recognised him though.
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    Great first round anyway today, really well set up, am mightily pissed off that I have work Saturday and Sunday so will miss it all.

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    Tiger is such a gun

    If Adam Scott doesnt win, I really hope that he does so he can take the green jacket off that sanctimonious hypocritical **** who is the head of Augusta

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    Looks like I was wrong, Tiger's plan to get as many holes under his belt as he could before The Masters is paying off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Son Of Coco View Post
    Looks like I was wrong, Tiger's plan to get as many holes under his belt as he could before The Masters is paying off.

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    padraig misses the cut, old timers predictably struggle as the course gets tougher...so many good players in the mix for the weekend, westwood, poulter, woods, mickelson, kim, choi, yang....

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    westwood separates himself, mickelson and poulter holding strong, tiger slowly but surely coming back to earth, a top 10 would be a good finish for him at this point...



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