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  1. Our 3rd major of the year, the 122nd U.S Open. This years event will be held at The Country Club in Brookline, MA. The field will be as strong as any all season long, and include at least 10 players who have either resigned or chosen to ignore the PGA's disciplinary warnings. It will be interesting to see how the fans respond. Jon Rahm returns to defend his title... man, was that ever a finish last year! Let's hope this years contest is all of that and more. Word has it that the rough conditions will be even more penalizing than St. George was this week... wowzah! Will we have B2B winners in succession? Will Major Brooks show up? Will Scheffler add to what has already been an out-of-body season? Who do you think will hoist the hardware? Don't forget to make your pick for this weeks winner https://runmypools.com/JRMPNWWF. Good luck!
  2. Up next is the seasons second major, The 104th PGA Championship at Southern Hills CC, Tulsa, OK. A good many in the field are coming off a fantastic tune up at the ATT Byron Nelson and, most would think, the winner is among that group. Last years unimaginable ending was really fun to watch but, unfortunately, there will be no chance of a repeat. As a consolation prize however, Tiger Woods will tee it up and see if perhaps he can set yet another record. Speaking of records, did you know that both Walter Hagen and Jack Nicklaus have won this event 5 times each? Or that Gene Sarazen, at 20 years old, became (and still remains) the youngest player to win this event? I was 0-2 on these . The weather looks like it will be cooperating with only a chance of t-storms on Sunday. It should be a great event and hopefully a close contest leaving us all biting nails and crossing fingers and toes for our favorites to make the cut and be high up on Sunday's leaderboard. I'm not quite sure who I'm picking yet but don't forget we have two pools this week you can be a part of; (Rob's Pool) and our weekly one below. Don't forget to make your pick for this weeks winner https://runmypools.com/JRMPNWWF. Good luck!
  3. Well here we are, the 2022 seasons first major of the year and the biggest event in professional golf. The Masters is the greatest show on grass (sorry Waste Management). The folks at Augusta National are the undisputed champions of hosting golf events; from course management to televised coverage it is top shelf. My memories of watching this event with my Dad on b&w TV (then color...woohoo!) are still fresh in my mind. I also recall us neighborhood kids playing whiffle-ball golf at our local park and arguing over who gets to be which player that day. As is always the case, the field is loaded with the tours best players. Hideki Matsuyama is expected to return to defend his title but his withdrawal from the Valero due to a neck injury adds a little drama. Regardless, he'll certainly host the champions dinner and my money says wasabi will be somewhere on the table. And, I'd be remiss not to mention the biggest storyline of Tiger not only showing up but planning to play. And why wouldn't he? The worst thing that happens is he has to WD. Between he, Bryson, and Hideki the tours Physical Therapists could be busy . It's almost certain the purse will be at least $11.5m (last years booty) but many believe it will increased this year. As of now, I've not been able to find an official statement on this - part of the events mystic perhaps? . The weather looks to be cooperating with early week scattered showers clearing out Thursday am and through the weekend. The damp conditions should leave the course a bit more vulnerable but, there are always those "mud balls" to deal with. So who will don the green jacket this year? Will Hideki repeat? Will Tiger do the unimaginable and lay claim to the biggest story in sports history? Will it be an event rookie or perhaps a long past champion? Don't forget to make your pick for this weeks winner https://runmypools.com/JRMPNWWF. Good luck!
  4. ITS FINALLY HERE!!!!!!!!!!! Location: Augusta National, Augusta, GA Defending Champion: Jordan Spieth -18 Fantasy Preview 2015 Top 8 1. Jordan Spieth -18 2. Phil Mickleson -14 2. Justin Rose -14 4. Rory McIlroy -12 5. Hideki Matsuyama -11 6. Dustin Johnson -9 6. Ian Poulter -9 6. Paul Casey -9 Round by round leader Round 1 - Jordan Spieth 64 Round 2 - Jordan Spieth/Ryan Moore/Kevin Na 66 Round 3 - Phil Mickleson/Justin Rose/Ian Poulter 67 Round 4 - Rory McIlroy/Hideki Matsuyama 66 Supposed to have 20+mph winds the first three days, this will be exciting.
  5. Can Jordan Spieth take one more step to the Grand Slam? Will Tiger make a miraculous run? How different could it have been with Rory in the field? Is it time Lee Westwood wins a major? Can an old dog make one final run at St Andrews? We invite you to join in the conversation with other passionate golfers, while having a chance to win prizes throughout the tournament. WATCH, DISCUSS, WIN! HOW TO ENTER: Tell us the following for each Round: Round 1 – Who will make the most birdies on day 1. Round 2 – Who will be the oldest player left in the field after the cut. Round 3 – How many bogies will the 36 hole leader have in Round 3. Round 4 – What will be the lowest score in Round 4. Winners will be chosen daily. Each round entry must be entered prior to the start of that round. In the case of ties or no correct answers, winner will be chosen randomly. PRIZES: Mini iTrainer Swing Trainer (1) Set of Lamkin Grips MyGolfSpy Feed Your Game Headcover Cleveland SmartSquare TFI Putter
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  7. We thought this was perfect for the US Open so we decided to launch a sweepstakes for an Autographed Phil Mickelson Wedge! It's his. He used it. Seriously, there's still dirt in the grooves! Get started here!
  8. Date: April 8-12, 2015 Location: Augusta National Augusta, GA Defending Champion: Bubba Watson Top Storylines: Tiger is playing Tiger is having fun Tiger played well in practice Tiger, Tiger, Tiger Oh and everybody else showed up as well Featured Pairings: Come on, it's the Masters, they're all featured, but just in case.......... Arnold Palmer-Gary Player-Jack Nicklaus: This trio kicks off the Masters with one of the greatest traditions in golf, the ceremonial opening tee shots. It's an opportunity to pay homage to three of the game's greats. Tee time: Round 1 -- 7:40 a.m. Bubba Watson-Justin Rose-Gunn Yang: Watson has won two of the past three Masters. This is his first start since a third-place finish at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship. He'll play alongside Rose, the 2013 U.S. Open champion, and reigning U.S. Amateur champion Gunn Yang. Tee times: Round 1 -- 9:24 a.m.; Round 2 -- 12:42 p.m. Adam Scott-Dustin Johnson-Antonio Murdaca: Amateurs traditionally play alongside past Masters champion. Scott will play alongside countryman Murdaca, the 2014 Asia-Pacific Amateur champion. Dustin Johnson, who won this year's Cadillac Championship, is the group's third member. Tee times: Round 1 -- 9:35 a.m.; Round 2 -- 12:53 p.m. Phil Mickelson-Rory McIlroy-Ryan Moore: All eyes will be on this group. McIlroy is trying to complete the career Grand Slam. Mickelson is a three-time Masters champion; he finished T17 at last week's Shell Houston Open. He used to be an annual contender at Augusta National, but he missed the cut last year and finished T54 the prior year. Moore was an amateur when he finished a career-best T13 at the 2005 Masters. Tee times: Round 1 -- 10:41 a.m.; Round 2 -- 1:48 p.m. J.B. Holmes-Martin Kaymer-Brandt Snedeker: Holmes, the winner of last week's Shell Houston Open, has finished first or second in half of his past six starts. He has made just one previous Masters start (T25, 2008). He's playing with Kaymer, who won last year's PLAYERS and U.S. Open but has struggled at Augusta National. Snedeker has two top-six finishes at Augusta National.Tee times: 10:52 a.m.; Round 2 -- 1:59 p.m. Matt Kuchar-Brooks Koepka-Graeme McDowell: Augusta National has been a special place for Kuchar, who starred there as an amateur in 1998 and has finished in the top eight in the past three Masters. Koepka, who finished fourth at last year's U.S. Open and recently won his first TOUR title at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, is making his Masters debut. McDowell, the 2010 U.S. Open champion, has missed the cut in five of his seven Masters starts. Tee times: 1:04 p.m.; Round 2 -- 9:35 a.m. Jordan Spieth-Henrik Stenson-Billy Horschel: Spieth, a runner-up in last year's Masters, is grouped with two past FedExCup champs. Spieth has finished no worse second in his past three PGA TOUR starts. He lost last week's Shell Houston Open in a playoff and won the Valspar Championship. Stenson finished a career-best 14th in last year's Masters. Horschel finished T37 last year in his Masters debut. Tee times: Round 1 -- 1:15 p.m.; Round 2 -- 9:57 a.m. Tiger Woods-Jamie Donaldson-Jimmy Walker: Woods is making his first start since withdrawing from the Farmers Insurance Open in February. He shot a career-worst 82 in his first start of 2015, the Waste Management Phoenix Open. This is Woods' first Masters start since 2013. He missed last year's Masters after back surgery. Walker won the Valero Texas Open in his last start; he finished eighth last year in his Masters debut. Donaldson finished 14th at last year's Masters. This is the second-to-last group of the day. Tee times: Round 1 -- 1:48 p.m.; Round 2 -- 10:30 a.m. Jason Day-Sergio Garcia-Rickie Fowler: The last group of the day is a strong one. Day, who won this year's Farmers Insurance Open, has finished in the top three in two Masters, including a T2 in 2011. Garcia missed the cut in last year's Masters, but finished eighth in 2013. Garcia has finished outside the top 30 in his past three PGA TOUR starts. Fowler, who finished in the top five in all four majors last year, has just one top 25 in six PGA TOUR starts in 2015. Tee times: Round 1 -- 1:59 p.m.; Round 2 -- 10:41 a.m. TV Coverage: Wednesday (par 3 tourney) - ESPN 3:00PM-5:00PM EST Thursday & Friday - Golf Channel (Live from the Masters) 8:00AM-3:00PM EST, ESPN 3:00PM-7:30PM EST Saturday & Sunday - Golf Channel (Live from the Masters) 9:30AM-3:00PM EST, CBS 3:00PM-7:00PM EST
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