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Here is a link to the first round pairings at the masters. Anyone like or dislike any of these pairings for your front runners?





Pairings Round 1
Round 1 | 2


Group Time (ET) Starting Tee Players 1 7:45 am 1 Stewart Cink
Tim Clark

2 7:56 am 1 John Huh
Ian Woosnam
Kevin Stadler
3 8:07 am 1 Ben Crenshaw
Yong-Eun Yang
Jonas Blixt
4 8:18 am 1 Jordan Niebrugge
Mark O'Meara
Steven Bowditch
5 8:29 am 1 David Lynn
Boo Weekley
John Senden
6 8:40 am 1 Scott Stallings
Craig Stadler
Martin Kaymer
7 8:51 am 1 Billy Horschel
Tom Watson
Brendon DeJonge
8 9:02 am 1 Roberto Castro
Mike Weir
Matt Every
9 9:13 am 1 Angel Cabrera
Ian Poulter
Gary Woodland
10 9:24 am 1 Chang-Woo Lee
Fred Couples
Webb Simpson
11 9:35 am 1 Graeme McDowell
Jimmy Walker
Rickie Fowler
12 9:57 am 1 Steve Stricker
K.J. Choi
Zach Johnson
13 10:08 am 1 Miguel-Angel Jimenez
Matteo Manassero
Bill Haas
14 10:19 am 1 Hideki Matsuyama
Jamie Donaldson
Brandt Snedeker
15 10:30 am 1 Jim Furyk
Charl Schwartzel
Thorbjorn Olesen
16 10:41 am 1 Jason Dufner
Adam Scott
Matthew Fitzpatrick
17 10:52 am 1 Patrick Reed
Rory McIlroy
Jordan Spieth
18 11:03 am 1 D.A. Points
Kevin Streelman

19 11:14 am 1 Branden Grace
Larry Mize
Michael McCoy
20 11:25 am 1 Matt Jones
Ken Duke
Sandy Lyle
21 11:36 am 1 Garrick Porteous
Lucas Glover
Jose-Maria Olazabal
22 11:47 am 1 Nick Watney
Stephen Gallacher
Darren Clarke
23 12:09 pm 1 Thomas Bjorn
Ryan Moore
Vijay Singh
24 12:20 pm 1 Thongchai Jaidee
Louis Oosthuizen
Matt Kuchar
25 12:31 pm 1 Trevor Immelman
Oliver Goss
Graham Delaet
26 12:42 pm 1 Derek Ernst
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
Sang-Moon Bae
27 12:53 pm 1 Bernhard Langer
Francesco Molinari
Chris Kirk
28 1:04 pm 1 Dustin Johnson
Jason Day
Henrik Stenson
29 1:15 pm 1 Sergio Garcia
Bubba Watson
Luke Donald
30 1:26 pm 1 Joost Luiten
Marc Leishman
Hunter Mahan
31 1:37 pm 1 Victor Dubuisson
Peter Hanson
Keegan Bradley
32 1:48 pm 1 Phil Mickelson
Ernie Els
Justin Rose
33 1:59 pm 1 Harris English
Russell Henley
Lee Westwood

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Mickelson, McIlroy, Moore

Spieth, Stenson, Horschel

Day, Garcie, Fowler

Woods, Donaldson, Walker

Scott, DJ, Murdaca


My prediction is the winner comes from one of these groups.  (I know, way to narrow it down :) )

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Oh No!  Did Tiger withdraw already!!!

If you click the link he is listed, only the first page shows up in the thread post.

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Bet ESPN is glad Tiger is paired late, when most of the coverage will be.

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Bet ESPN is glad Tiger is paired late, when most of the coverage will be.

I'm guessing that wasn't an accident

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We get tiger on Thursday, and Rory on Friday, good thing is that Phil is paired with Rory, so I might get to see a little

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The field is intentionally spread like that for TV. Best course, worst field, the Master's field is pitifully weak for a major. There are as many guys capable of winning not in the field as in it. There are many people in the field who have absolutely no chance to make the cut and very little chance of breaking 80.


Having written that weak field means big names have the greatest chance to contend and win. That's what makes the Master's so unique.

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