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Masters Pairings

Post by Admin on Tue Apr 05, 2016 12:09 pm

and PHIL will be out early-late (not too early and not too late)

10:43 EST with Leishman and Stensen (Rose, Speith, Tiger, VJ and others were unavailable for PHIL)

Then 1:39 EST on Friday

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Re: Masters Pairings

Post by gophil36 on Tue Apr 05, 2016 3:38 pm

Thankful today. Just got home and was fearful of a Rose pairing!

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Re: Masters Pairings

Post by dortt on Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:24 pm

he's a featured pairing for Friday

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Re: Masters Pairings

Post by gophil36 on Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:48 pm

That is great. Hoping for a super tournament!

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Re: Masters Pairings

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Re: Masters Pairings

Post by j58golf on Wed Apr 06, 2016 1:35 pm

All I'm hearing is 20 mph winds and gusts even worse for the first 3 days. It better not be one of those tournaments where luck dictates the winner more than it should.

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Re: Masters Pairings

Post by dortt on Wed Apr 06, 2016 4:38 pm

j58golf wrote:All I'm hearing is 20 mph winds and gusts even worse for the first 3 days. It better not be one of those tournaments where luck dictates the winner more than it should.

it's not. Should favor Phil as he is one of the best wind players. Keeps this from being the birdie fest that it was last year. His iron play from what I saw at Houston is nowhere near sharp enough to win a birdie fest. However, his short game is good enough to win where -5 is the winning score

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Re: Masters Pairings

Post by j58golf on Wed Apr 06, 2016 4:49 pm

dortt wrote:
j58golf wrote:All I'm hearing is 20 mph winds and gusts even worse for the first 3 days. It better not be one of those tournaments where luck dictates the winner more than it should.

it's not. Should favor Phil as he is one of the best wind players. Keeps this from being the birdie fest that it was last year. His iron play from what I saw at Houston is nowhere near sharp enough to win a birdie fest. However, his short game is good enough to win where -5 is the winning score

Good to hear. PHIL needs every advantage and some lucky breaks. Form coming in is pretty good. The window to rack up majors at his age is closing.

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Re: Masters Pairings

Post by j58golf on Wed Apr 06, 2016 6:22 pm

http://mweb.cbssports.com/golf/eye-on-golf/25544577/masters-2016-seriously-nobody-loves-this-more-than-phil-mickelson

GREAT ARTICLE. nice to read since  Phil had zero coverage on the espn par 3  two hour show.  I know he finished early but not even a clip.


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Re: Masters Pairings

Post by LongLefty on Wed Apr 06, 2016 10:03 pm

As per usual I really enjoyed Phil's interview from earlier this week.

Phil is a rare exception among professional athletes today in that he often expresses his opinions and how he actually feels about something, rather than spurting out a bunch of platitudes or cliches. I'd love to see him on a show like Feherty.

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