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Tiger's visit to Augusta  

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  1. 1. Will Tiger strap on the TW15s on April 9th for the Masters?

  2. 2. If Tiger does play, does he make the weekend?

    • Yes
    • No
    • N/A - he won't play
  3. 3. Where will Tiger finish?

    • Winner - Green Jacket number 5 baby!
    • Top 5
    • Top 10
    • ...lets look on the bright side, he finished 4 rounds...
    • Missed Cut
    • N/A - I already told you, HE WILL NOT PLAY!

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So Tiger got a whole practice round in at Augusta and fired a 74 (+2). It's good to see that he is there, and fuels the speculation that he may actually play. So what say you, fine golf-loving internet people? Will Tiger play? How do you think he will perform if he is able to strap up the TW15s? (I saw the odds this morning for him winning are at 50-1)

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Confirmed on Tigers Twitter feed as well. He's playing

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Barely makes the cut and does nothing on the weekend. Does just enough not to embarrass himself. I hope for better but what can I say? I'm a realist. 

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I'm going to say that he'll miss the cut or withdraw.



My question is:  Will he withdraw for some reason if he thinks he's going to miss the cut?

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