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1. It’s Masters week(!), and this year there might be more juicy storylines than players in the field. We’ll lead with the obvious one: Four months ago we were saying a “win” for Tiger Woods would be just to get through four injury-free rounds in the Bahamas. Now, he has finished top 12 in his last three starts and is one of the betting favorites at Augusta. Have you seen enough positive signs from Woods to make you believe he can slip on his fifth green jacket this week?
Josh Sens, contributing writer, GOLF (@JoshSens): Tiger as a betting favorite is irrational exuberance and bears no relation to his true statistical chances. At this point, I think it’s pretty clear that he can win but I would wager heavily against it. There’s just too much depth in the field. The caveat is that I’ve been so wildly incorrect in my Tiger predictions that if you believe anything I’ve said about him you probably also believe Mexico was going to pay for the wall.
Dylan Dethier, associate editor, GOLF.com (@dylan_dethier): This puts me on
Article source: http://www.golf.com/tour-news/2018/04/01/masters-tour-confidential-preview-breaking-down-best-storylines-contenders-pretenders-and-more
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