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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:30 am

Posted by hursty


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Definitely after the weekend performance.
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:24 pm

Posted by 2klix


For a British Isles winner I would go Justin Rose. No-One has mentioned Sergio, is that because of his putting? 

Augusta is a huge stretch, so naturally Driving Distance is a key statistic. Five of the previous six Masters winners have ranked in the top 40 for this stat, with Charl Schwartzel the only exception back in 2011.  
Greens in Regulation is of huge importance at August due to the tricky greens, not easy to scramble and score well. Eight of the last ten winners have ranked top ten for GIR. Assuming that meeting GIR on every single hole is nigh-on impossible, Scrambling becomes crucial. Six of the last eight champions have finished top ten for this stat, and three of the last four winners have topped the pile. So outside the world's top ten how about Alex Noren or Brooks Koepka?
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:20 pm

Posted by hursty


2klix wrote:

For a British Isles winner I would go Justin Rose. No-One has mentioned Sergio, is that because of his putting? 

Augusta is a huge stretch, so naturally Driving Distance is a key statistic. Five of the previous six Masters winners have ranked in the top 40 for this stat, with Charl Schwartzel the only exception back in 2011.  
Greens in Regulation is of huge importance at August due to the tricky greens, not easy to scramble and score well. Eight of the last ten winners have ranked top ten for GIR. Assuming that meeting GIR on every single hole is nigh-on impossible, Scrambling becomes crucial. Six of the last eight champions have finished top ten for this stat, and three of the last four winners have topped the pile. So outside the world's top ten how about Alex Noren or Brooks Koepka?


Have a look at my first post, Sergio :)
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Thu Mar 02, 2017 6:11 am

Posted by 2klix


Sorry Hursty,  indeed you did in your top 3. ***** my late night eyes!
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:43 pm

Posted by DennisMiller


John Rahm seems to have everything we all think and read is needed to win at Augusta. He seems to withstand pressure pretty well too.
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Wed Mar 29, 2017 8:46 am

Posted by Brattz


Who is gonna beat DJ..... I think it is Rory's year
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Fri Mar 31, 2017 12:54 pm

Posted by DCB


DJ, Rory and .... one from way out in the wings Paul Casey. I think he has a really good week lurking in him and this would be the time to bring it out ;)
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Fri Mar 31, 2017 1:18 pm

Posted by TheJoshuaTree


My 3 are:

Jordan Spieth
Louis Oosthuizen
Brooks Koepka

Obviously to win the masters you need to have a good all round game, especially a good consistent short game and to be very good with the putter. I couldn't have Rory Mcilroy until he proves that he can play Augusta well, a course where he has struggled especially with the putter. Matsuyama looks like he's gone off the boil after a great start to the year, DJ is in great form but i'm not sure whether his putting and general short game will be good enough around Augusta at present, i'm sure he'll win one at some point though but probably not just yet.
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 6:59 pm

Posted by MizunoMade


I have DJ, Rickie and Hideki as my favorites.

Rickie is a fader so that could be a problem but he has a great short game and good form!
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Re: The Masters - who is worth a shout?

Mon Apr 03, 2017 6:33 pm

Posted by Halebopp


The long wait is over! It's the Masters week!

Time to set the bonfire alight and go dance some tribal dances around it, the golf season is starting! :D

Of course, on Thursday I'm frustrated of not finding any of the content shown anywhere before 10 PM local time. :angry:
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