Joe Posnanski argues that The Masters Championship is the most important of the four golf majors.
All I know is that this week is one of my three favorite of the year, beside the weeks of the U.S. Open and the Open Championship. And this week only gets better — baseball!
Continuing on from a previous conversation, I do believe Tiger Woods may take it out. I think his recent form shows great probability of him making a come back.
It’s going to be a blast to watch! Hard to match in recent years for anticipation–Tiger, Phil, and Rory are all playing well. Two weeks ago he really put it all together, so the question will be, Is that a sign of things, or did he just so happen to put it all together on a course where he’s won 9 tournaments (3 amateur and 6 pro)? I’ll be glued to the TV!
Very true about his wins. I have been bored with it lately. But this is interesting me once again.
One of my absolute favs as well. I can’t even separate the Master’s from the joy connected with Easter and Spring–so hopeful and exciting. Rebirth after the long cold “achh” of winter. I want to pay special attention to who is having fun for the sheer the love of the game.
It’s the hopeful landmark on the calendar after the long winter, indeed! There are just so many storylines coming into this year that make it hard to recall a Masters that was more anticipated than this one.
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