A Different Kind of Major – The 2020 Masters

With day two sort of in the books, the 2020 Masters is shaping up to be a different kind of Major. I appreciate that the organizers must keep pressing on, but the split rounds really puts a damper on my overall excitement of watching The Masters. How about you?

Again, the players were firing darts at the pins. The greens were very receptive, so there were many great scores. It is unknown who will be atop the leaderboard at the end of day two, but 9 or 10 under seems to be the number moving into the weekend. Additionally, it looks like the cut will be around minus 1 or even par; but, we are not quite sure yet.

Big news for this year: Bernhard Langer, at age 63, will be the oldest player to make the cut at The Masters. Langer is a machine and I only wish that I will play as consistent as him in 4 years. I think I speak for all golfers and say that we all wish to consistently play well as we age.

As I said earlier, there were many awesome shots yesterday and here is a compilation of many of them:

The Masters organizers think they are on track to start the third round at 10:30 am. If they do, they should conclude moving day on Saturday. If they do, I expecting to see my excitement of the final round renewed. There is nothing professional golfers like more than to know how many strokes they have to make up to climb to the top of the leaderboard.

I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!

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