My picks: John Senden, Janson Dufner, Jonas Blixt, Rickie Fowler, Stewart Cink. Alts: Louis Oosthuizen, Jeff Maggert (See u next week, tiger).
Here we go.....hope my guys do better this week!!
Zach Johnson, Bo VanPelt, Ryan Palmer, Dicky Pride, Bill Haas
Alternates: Jim Furyk, Charlie Wi
My picks are... Zach Johnson, Hunter Mahan, Rickie Fowler Matt Kuchar and Jason Dufner
Alt. Bill Haas and Jim Furyk
Lets roll boys!!
My picks for this week are; Bo Van Pelt, Ben Crane, Jonathan Byrd, Kevin Streelman, Sean O'Hair. 2 Alternate picks are; Chez Reavie and Jeff Overton
The picks for the weekly tournament are
Rickie Fowler Jim Furyk Chad Campbell Zach Johnson Nick Watney
Alternates: Sergio Gracia John Daly
This, from Greg Norman's wiki,
The following year, Norman came into the 1996 Masters Tournament having already won at the Doral-Ryder Open (though he also missed the cut at the Players Championship and the Bay Hill Invitational beforehand). He opened his championship with a course record 63 which propelled him to the top of the leaderboard. He held the lead through three days for play. With five previous top five finishes at Augusta, and a 6-shot lead, Norman's long-awaited Masters victory seem to be evident. In one of the worst meltdowns in major championship history (along with Ken Venturi shooting a final-round 80 in 1956 Masters to lose by one shot, and Rory McIlroy's collapse, also shooting an 80 in 2011), he took a six-stroke lead into the final round and lost the tournament to Nick Faldo by five strokes, shooting a Sunday 78 to Faldo's 67. Norman's 6-shot lead evaporated quickly with three straight bogeys on holes 9–11, and after Norman found water on the 12th hole, resulting in a double bogey, playing companion Faldo had taken the lead. Norman tried to give himself a chance down the stretch including an eagle chip on the 15th which lipped out of the hole dropping Norman to his knees. Maybe the most infamous shot of his career was on the very next hole; a hooked tee shot into the water ending any chance at victory. ESPN, as part of their "ESPN25" 25th-anniversary celebration, ranked Norman's 1996 Masters disaster as the third-biggest sports choke of the last 25 years.