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nerdmachine
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Baton Rouge
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re: Favorite to win the masters this year?
So far I have Koepka, odds aren't terrible and he seems to be back to his old self. He also has more ice in his veins than any other player in the field. Dark horse picks for me would be Sungjae Im after his performance in the fall, also Dylan Frittelli and Paul Casey has been playing well.


StringMusic
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Metaire, LA
Member since Dec 2006
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re: Favorite to win the masters this year?
I agree with Sungjae Im as a dark horse. Also don't overlook
Tyrrell Hatton.


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Mingo Was His NameO
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re: Favorite to win the masters this year?
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So far I have Koepka, odds aren't terrible and he seems to be back to his old self. He also has more ice in his veins than any other player in the field.


Last time he was in contention he dunked it on 12


hehateme2285
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Katy, TX
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re: Favorite to win the masters this year?
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Last time he was in contention he dunked it on 12


Then he eagled 13


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greenwave
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re: Favorite to win the masters this year?
Paul Casey usually plays well at Augusta


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tigerbru17
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re: Favorite to win the masters this year?
DJ
Koepka
JT

Dark Horse- Cam Smith


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Winston Cup
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re: Favorite to win the masters this year?
Cameron Smith

has had 8 spectacular rounds at Augusta


dpd901
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South Louisiana
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re: Favorite to win the masters this year?
Sunjae Im and Cam Smith as dark horses

Both finished runner up there 3 months ago shooting scores that would have won all but like 3 previous masters. Smith became first player to ever shoot all four rounds in the 60’s.
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