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    baxter cepeda

    It’s a tough one to pick with a new course. It’s easy to go with the guys with some experience here.
    Haven’t been impressed with bryson lately. He looks smaller. I don’t know if that’s good or bad. He hit no fairways in LA.
    Rahm has history as well.
    There’s some other guy who finished in the top 3 at that college event but I still don’t know his name; so I’m sure not gonna put money down on that (not that I can for anyone).

    I want to say rory but unfortunately players cannot give rory short approach shots even at the concession.

    I’m going with a rested Patrick Reed mixing his improving ball striking with his sublime short game to win this wgc event on a third track (doral
    And Mexico).

    I also like Hatton. Like Reed he is playing at a higher level than where he is being rated.

    Perhaps Berger. Talk about still lacking some respect. If he can win on Poa he can ride the momentum on grasses he really knows.

    I think one of these 3 earn some more respect this week.

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      Tom Edrington

      As I said, stay away from the palmettos!!!

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