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2010 Masters leaderboard after day two – Saturday parings and tee times

Written by: Tony Korologos | Saturday, April 10th, 2010
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POS Name ROUNDS TOTAL
TOTAL Tee Time 1 2 3 4
T1 Ian Poulter -8 2:45 pm ET 68 68 136
T1 Lee Westwood -8 2:45 pm ET 67 69 136
T3 Phil Mickelson -6 2:15 pm ET 67 71 138
T3 Ricky Barnes -6 2:25 pm ET 68 70 138
T3 Anthony Kim -6 2:25 pm ET 68 70 138
T3 K.J. Choi -6 2:35 pm ET 67 71 138
T3 Tiger Woods -6 2:35 pm ET 68 70 138
8 Y.E. Yang -5 2:15 pm ET 67 72 139
T9 Tom Watson -3 1:55 pm ET 67 74 141
T9 Fred Couples -3 2:05 pm ET 66 75 141
T9 Soren Kjeldsen -3 2:05 pm ET 70 71 141
T12 Bill Haas -2 1:45 pm ET 72 70 142
T12 Hunter Mahan -2 1:45 pm ET 71 71 142
T12 Trevor Immelman -2 1:55 pm ET 69 73 142
T15 Robert Karlsson -1 1:15 pm ET 71 72 143
T15 Mike Weir -1 1:15 pm ET 71 72 143
T15 Dustin Johnson -1 1:25 pm ET 71 72 143
T15 Matt Kuchar -1 1:25 pm ET 70 73 143
T15 Sean O’Hair -1 1:35 pm ET 72 71 143
T15 Kenny Perry -1 1:35 pm ET 72 71 143
T21 Ernie Els E 12:25 pm ET 71 73 144
T21 Francesco Molinari E 12:25 pm ET 70 74 144
T21 Steve Marino E 12:35 pm ET 71 73 144
T21 David Toms E 12:35 pm ET 69 75 144
T21 Sergio Garcia E 12:55 pm ET 74 70 144
T21 Adam Scott E 12:55 pm ET 69 75 144
T21 Zach Johnson E 1:05 pm ET 70 74 144
T21 Nick Watney E 1:05 pm ET 68 76 144
T29 Retief Goosen +1 12:05 pm ET 74 71 145
T29 Heath Slocum +1 12:05 pm ET 72 73 145
T29 Ryan Moore +1 12:15 pm ET 72 73 145
T29 Charl Schwartzel +1 12:15 pm ET 69 76 145
T33 Geoff Ogilvy +2 11:25 am ET 74 72 146
T33 Jerry Kelly +2 11:35 am ET 72 74 146
T33 Scott Verplank +2 11:35 am ET 73 73 146
T33 Steve Stricker +2 11:45 am ET 73 73 146
T33 Camilo Villegas +2 11:45 am ET 74 72 146
T33 Ben Crane +2 11:55 am ET 71 75 146
T33 Steve Flesch +2 11:55 am ET 75 71 146
T40 Robert Allenby +3 10:45 am ET 72 75 147
T40 Angel Cabrera +3 10:45 am ET 73 74 147
T40 Chad Campbell +3 10:55 am ET 79 68 147
T40 Matteo Manassero(a) +3 10:55 am ET 71 76 147
T40 Nathan Green +3 11:05 am ET 72 75 147
T40 Yuta Ikeda +3 11:05 am ET 70 77 147
T40 Lucas Glover +3 11:15 am ET 76 71 147
T40 Miguel Angel Jimenez +3 11:15 am ET 72 75 147
T40 Jason Dufner +3 11:25 am ET 75 72 147
Missed Cut
CUT Tim Clark +4 75 73 148
CUT Ben Curtis +4 73 75 148
CUT Ryo Ishikawa +4 72 76 148
CUT Larry Mize +4 76 72 148
CUT John Senden +4 71 77 148
CUT Luke Donald +5 74 75 149
CUT Soren Hansen +5 74 75 149
CUT Padraig Harrington +5 74 75 149
CUT Martin Kaymer +5 76 73 149
CUT Bernhard Langer +5 71 78 149
CUT Graeme McDowell +5 75 74 149
CUT John Merrick +5 72 77 149
CUT Mark O’Meara +5 75 74 149
CUT Ryan Palmer +5 72 77 149
CUT Nathan Smith(a) +5 74 75 149
CUT Brad Benjamin(a) +6 73 77 150
CUT Simon Dyson +6 77 73 150
CUT Justin Leonard +6 75 75 150
CUT Edoardo Molinari +6 75 75 150
CUT Kevin Na +6 74 76 150
CUT Alvaro Quiros +6 75 75 150
CUT David Duval +7 76 75 151
CUT Brian Gay +7 74 77 151
CUT Todd Hamilton +7 74 77 151
CUT Marc Leishman +7 72 79 151
CUT Rory Mcilroy +7 74 77 151
CUT John Rollins +7 75 76 151
CUT Oliver Wilson +7 78 73 151
CUT Stewart Cink +8 76 76 152
CUT Shingo Katayama +8 75 77 152
CUT Louis Oosthuizen +8 75 77 152
CUT Paul Casey +9 75 78 153
CUT Ross Fisher +9 77 76 153
CUT Rory Sabbatini +9 75 78 153
CUT Vijay Singh +10 76 78 154
CUT Chris Wood +10 78 76 154
CUT Byeong-Hun An(a) +11 78 77 155
CUT Ben Crenshaw +11 77 78 155
CUT Chang-Won Han(a) +11 79 76 155
CUT Sandy Lyle +11 69 86 155
CUT Ben Martin(a) +11 75 80 155
CUT Henrik Stenson +11 80 75 155
CUT Jim Furyk +12 80 76 156
CUT Anders Hansen +13 80 77 157
CUT Craig Stadler +13 79 78 157
CUT Michael Campbell +20 83 81 164
CUT Ian Woosnam +20 81 83 164
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First photos from Augusta and the 2010 Masters

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, April 7th, 2010
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I’m just about to catch my flight home, but I wanted to post a couple of photos from Augusta National and the 2010 Masters…  First, my Dream Foursome was featured on Augusta.com’s web site!

2nd, kissing the #1 fairway.  The pilgrimage is completed.


Ernie Els’ swing looks good. No really.

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, March 30th, 2010
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ernie elsErnie Els, despite having a small gag fest on Sunday before the rain out at Bay Hill, won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. I watched a good portion of Ernie’s play and I must say his swing looks great. Now before you say “duh, his swing always looks great” hear me out.

Despite the fact that Ernie’s swing has always looked as smooth and buttery as any, right up there with Freddy Couples, his swing this year is even better. The thing I’ve noticed the most is the balance he has throughout the swing. His body is also in perfect positions, especially at impact. He’s delivering the club, especially his irons, perfectly at impact.

Already eclipsed 2009, by nearly a million bucks

Ernie now sits atop the FedEx Cup points list with two victories and over $3,000,000 in earnings. In the mere seven events he’s played this year he has already eclipsed what he earned last year playing 19 events.

Peaking at the right time

Ernie should be the favorite at the Masters next week based on his play so far, even over Tiger Woods. Tiger will no doubt be dealing with a lot of “firsts” next week.


Tiger Woods preemptive media strikes

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, March 21st, 2010
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Now that Tiger Woods is confirmed for the Masters tournament in a couple of weeks, he’s doing some interviews tonight on TV.  I’m calling them preemptive strikes.  He’s trying to take some sort of control over the media and lessen or deflect the attention at the Masters.  He’s trying to make sure that attention at Augusta is about golf.

It is notable that there didn’t seem to be much “notice” on these interviews.  I found out about them only after the Golf Channel one had happened.  I didn’t see it, but below I have the transcript of the interview done by Kelly Tilghman.  Apparently there’s another interview or one already happened on ESPN.  I missed that too.

I grew tired of all the Tiger Woods affair circus.  I just want to see Tiger play golf now.

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Tiger Woods to return at The Masters

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, March 16th, 2010
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Tiger Woods has just announced he’ll return to professional golf at The Masters.  I would have thought he’d try to get one competitive round in before that to warm himself up, likely Bay Hill.

The Masters is a perfect place for Tiger to return because of the high level of security and the strict rules enforced on the grounds at Augusta National.

Will Tiger win or contend?  I sort of doubt it, but he is Tiger Woods.

Tiger’s Press Release Below

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