#s 1, 4, 5, and 8. Good luckSG: Approach (27%), SG: Off the Tee (23%), SG: Putting Bermudagrass/Lightning (18 %), SG: Ball-striking (17%) and SG: Par 5 (15%).
- Sam Burns(+5000)
- Matthew NeSmith (+11000)
- Tyrrell Hatton (+1800)
- Will Zalatoris (+5000)
- Sungjae Im (+2500)
- Matthew Fitzpatrick (+2500)
- Bryson DeChambeau (+1400)
- Viktor Hovland (+1200)
- Cameron Tringale (+9000)
- Henrik Norlander (+11000)
He was the favorite going into that Masters I'm pretty sure. He had won 3 times since he turned pro the September before. He was #1 ranked amateur for like 5 years too. I think a lot of people thought at the time that it would take him some time before he figured out how to play tour golf. And they had no idea how mentally tough he was on the course.This is off topic but I was wondering what was the public’s perception on Tiger before he won his first Masters? Was he kind of bubbling before that and then crushing the Masters sent him to another planet? Or was that win out of nowhere?
Anybody remember what his odds were to win that Masters?
I’m tied and I wish I could add more to this. I’ll likely pay up but I’ll take my chances spieth won’t keep rolling in 30 footers to save bogey amongst other shenanigans. Day made nothing all day.I don't have the self control to not play this so....
2x Day -130 over Spieth
(I'm still smarting a little bit after Willy Z doubled the 18th to push my big play against Homa....also didn't help that Ortiz made a side winding 120 footer on the 18th to nip Ancer by 1).
Moving on...I love me some Bay Hill