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2009 Masters Sunday Blog

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, April 12th, 2009
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7:24pm ET – ANGEL CABRERA IS MASTERS CHAMPION

Kenny Perry lost his swing starting on the 17th hole and through the two hole playoff. Chad Campbell succumbed to the pressure as well, putting his approach shot into the right greenside bunker on the 1st hole of the playoff.

Angel Cabrera has some big time kahunas and is Masters champion!  I’ll write more later, but there’s still daylight.  I’m off to the course to play until sunset.

6:46pm ET PLAYOFF

I think I’m going to have a heart attack.

Kenny Perry bogeys the last two holes.  We have a three man playoff between Kenny Perry, Chad Campbell and Angel Cabrera. Guess I’ll keep my clubs in the garage for now and crack open a frosty beverage.

6:21pm ET

17th fairway… Kenny Perry has a two shot lead after making birdie on 15 and nearly ACING 16.  I’m so happy for Perry, who will become the oldest major champion in the history of golf.  I just hope he finishes soon, so I can get out and play a few holes.  This is the only time of year I’d rather watch golf than play it, and I have the itch.

5:40pm ET

Kenny Perry just made a 3-putt par on #13 to stay at -12, but still holds one shot lead over Chad CampbellCabrera still has a chance at -10.

Tiger and Phil both limped home, making bogey on 18.  Perhaps they just beat each other up today.  Tiger even knocked his 2nd shot off a tree trunk.  Phil‘s 67 and Tiger‘s 68 could have been 65’s or better.  I could have sworn I saw Tiger limping after the tree shot on 18.  Just like in football, limp after you make a bad play…

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2009 Masters Round Three Leaderboard

Written by: Tony Korologos | Saturday, April 11th, 2009
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2009 Masters Round Three Leaderboard is below. Click read more to view…

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2009 Masters Day Three Blog – Moving Day

Written by: Tony Korologos | Saturday, April 11th, 2009
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6:30pm ET

Chad Campbell made a huge mistake on the par-3 16th.  He was in the back bunker with no green to work with.  Rather than playing safe, he went for the pin and left it in the bunker.  Then he missed the bogey putt.  He lost two shots to Kenny Perry, giving Perry the outright lead.  But while that was happening Cabrera was busy making birdie on #17 to tie for the lead at -11!  Boy is tomorrow going to be fun.

Furyk is in the house at -7 within striking distance.

5:00pm ET

The greens are soft and many players are throwing darts.

The leaders Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell have made the turn.  They’re both at -11 with Cabrera at -10 after he birdied #10.  Wait a sec.  Perry just made birdie so he’s alone in the lead now at -12 after 10 holes.

Stricker and Furyk are at -6 after 12 holes.  Mickelson birdied #15 to reach -5 while Tiger birdied #17 to get to -4.  I still think Tiger is too far back.

3:15pm ET

Tiger Woods has come back with a couple of birdies and is back to -2 after 9.  He doesn’t look like he’s controlling the spin of his approach shots though.  He’s spun several shots back too far and even off of greens.

The leaders Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell parred #1 and both birdied #2.  They’re now at -10.

Phil Mickelson is playing well and has it to -5 with a ton of other players including Stricker, Mahan, Furyk, Sabbatini, Katayama and Kim.

Cabrera back is at -8 and has shaken off the nerves after a birdie on #3.

1:30pm ET

Tiger Woods is likely toast for this year’s Masters. He double bogeyed #1.

Camilo Villegas is moving up the leaderboard, now at -4 after five holes.


Final thoughts on Thursday’s round one of the Masters

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, April 9th, 2009
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Chad Campbell?  Wow.

Of all players, who would have imagined Chad Campbell would have come close to not only Masters low score record, but he’d flirt with the all time low score record in major championships.  He faltered at the end of his stellar round a bit, but still dropped a Masters leading 65.

Jim Furyk was on fire and held the lead for much of the day, finishing with a 66 as well as Hunter MahanFuryk had NO bogeys.

There has been a TON of whining from the players and the media about Augusta National being too hard.  The last two years the weather has sucked, making the course longer.  Today showed that Augusta National CAN yield low scores and CAN produce roars.  There were plenty of players reaching par-5’s in two, but not too many.  There were many players who had fits on the slick greens, but many mediocre shots weren’t overly penalized.  The course was fair and perhaps a bit too easy.

Tiger Woods shot is best first round of the Masters in quite a while with a 70.  He could have gone much lower after lipping out a short birdie putt on 17 and air-mailing the 18th green enroute to a bogey finish.

Tiger fans need not worry.  He seldom gets off to a quick start at The Masters.

Greg Norman is right in the mix, tied with Tiger at -2 as are a handful of other players including Zach Johnson.

Perhaps even more surprising than Chad Campbell‘s round is that of Larry Mize.  He shot a 67!

Paddy Wagon

Padraig Harrington sits at -3 and right in the thick of it.  I’m definitely a bandwagon jumper and I’d love to see him win his third major in a row.  I’m on the Paddy Wagon!

I stand to lose more than cash if Sergio Garcia wins the Masters.  I stand to lose my dignity, or at least risk exposing my “little secret.” Sergio knocked one in Rae’s Creek on #12 and sits at +1, along with Phil Mickelson.

Sadly enough, one of the “old” guys didn’t drop the worst round of the day.  That distinction belongs to the puzzling Michael Campbell.  He shot 80.

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Golf On TV This Week

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, April 2nd, 2009
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Shell Houston Open
PGA TOUR
Thursday 4/2 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET GOLF
Thursday 4/2 8:30 PM – 11:30 PM ET GOLF
Friday 4/3 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET GOLF
Friday 4/3 8:30 PM – 11:30 PM ET GOLF
Saturday 4/4 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET NBC
Sunday 4/5 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET NBC

Kraft Nabisco Championship
LPGA Tour
Thursday 4/2 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM ET ESPN2
Friday 4/3 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM ET ESPN2
Saturday 4/4 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM ET ESPN2
Sunday 4/5 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET CBS

Estoril Open de Portugal
European Tour
Thursday 4/2 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM ET GOLF
Friday 4/3 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM ET GOLF
Saturday 4/4 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET GOLF
Sunday 4/5 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET GOLF

Stonebrae Classic
Nationwide Tour
Thursday 4/2 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM ET GOLF
Friday 4/3 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM ET GOLF
Saturday 4/4 12:00 AM – 2:00 AM ET GOLF
Saturday 4/4 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM ET GOLF
Sunday 4/5 12:00 AM – 2:00 AM ET GOLF
Sunday 4/5 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM ET GOLF
Monday 4/6 12:00 AM – 2:00 AM ET GOLF


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