Day 2 Recap at The Masters

Wow, the action was incredible and as a result the leaderboard is jammed-packed with Major winners. With 5 players tied at 7 under and 4 more at 6 under, moving day will take on a whole new meaning. With the cut set at +3, 65 players will vie for the green jacket on Saturday and Sunday. In the past, I would say that only a few players have a chance to win, but not this year. Day 2 proved that anyone has a chance to make a move into contention and many did!

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Day One Recap At The Masters

What a great start to the first Major of 2019. I am not surprised to see the top of the leaderboard. Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka played solid golf and will lead the way today. It is very interesting to watch them surgically take Augusta National apart. But, they are only part of the story.

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The Masters Starts Today

The honorary starters will signal the opening of the 2019 Masters. This year only The Golden Bear and Black Knight will be the ones to hit the ball down the fairway. It is a tradition at all golfers appreciate and anticipate. With the pomp out of the way, the first threesome of Andrew Landry; Adam Long; Canadian Corey Conners will first of Tea Olive. The rest of the day will be filled with more notable players, yet none of that seems to matter when playing for the green jacket. With the media hype coming for its first climax of the tournament, what can we expect for the rest of the day?

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The Grateful Golfer’s Prediction for The Masters

Do you have your winner picked for The Masters?

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.

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Tuesday at The Masters

With only two days left before the ceremonial tee off, the hype is starting to take on a life of its own. The par 3 event is tomorrow and I am looking forward to the fun the players have with their families. I enjoy seeing the kids out there because it reminds me that golf is a social thing. What is better than sharing our passion with the ones we love…..nothing!

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