It doesn't matter how you play the game, it's whether you win or lose, and even that doesn't make that much difference. ~ Coach Finstock ~

Saturday, April 9, 2011


One of the best weekends in sports starts this morning, The Masters. It goes without saying that Jim Nantz from CBS Sports has one of the best gigs around, he goes from calling the Final Four to Augusta. While a lot of people may not want to hear this a lot more viewers will be glued to the tube if Tiger Woods is near or on the top of the leaderboard going into the weekend. It seems not that long ago that the bet was Tiger or the field, I guess a smart betting person would tell you to take the field this year. To add to the drama six of the world's top seven golfers can become #1, even though it is beyond confusing how the rankings work since Tiger was #1 and did not play a lot during his demise. To further prove my point, Paul Casey is #6 and he cannot reach #1 because he has played in more tournaments than Woods, who is #7. Even better is that Mickelson won last week in Houston and enters the tournament as the favorite.

For all things Masters check out their site: Here is a little something to get you cranked up for rounds 3 and 4.

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