WOW. All I can really say is WOW! Congratulations to Tiger Woods on winning his 15th Major. He demonstrated that he has plenty of game left and can compete with all the young superstars. I wonder what is next.
Let us not forget the low amateur. Congratulations Viktor Holand. Well played!
I do not think we will see a final round in a Major like the one we witnessed today for a very long time. It was amazing to watch all the runs from out of nowhere. It kept me on edge right down to the end.
Congratulations again to Tiger Woods for demonstrating how to win against the thundering hoard.
Trying to pick a winner for any sporting event is challenging enough; however, The Masters is doubly tough. The best golfers in the world are teeing it up tomorrow and every player has a chance to win. Yes, I understand that the odds are in some of the players favour, but at anytime someone could turn on the jets and rise to top of the leaderboard. However, they do not want to peak to early; make no mistake – The Masters is a four day event.
I do not know about you, but within 7 days The Masters will be underway. This is my favorite Major and am not formulating who is going to win. It is very difficult to take in account all the critical data needed to reach my conclusions.
Congratulations to Patrick Reed for winning The 2018 Masters and his first Major. At the beginning of the day, I had predicted he would not shoot very low and his lead was poach-able. However, I did not see Rickie Fowler or Jordan Spieth making the run they did forcing Reed to be clutch down the stretch. I have to say, this was one of the most exciting Sunday I have see at The Masters for Years! Continue reading →
What a crazy Day 3 at the Masters! I would never have guessed the outcome of Moving Day, but I did call the final pairing of Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy on Sunday. But, before we get to the discussion about this epic battle, I have to say that the number of low scores (65, 65, 65) was unexpected or was it? Continue reading →