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Mr. Mark Godich

Wrong Mark Godich?

Senior Editor

Phone: (212) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.com
Local Address:  Plainsboro , New Jersey , United States
Sports Illustrated
1271 Ave. Of The Americas 32 318
New York , New York 10020
United States

Company Description: SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is a multimedia sports brand that takes the consumer into the heart and soul of sports. The SPORTS ILLUSTRATED franchise is anchored by the...   more
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  • MU School of Journalism
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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated (@MarkGodich): Not sure how it can do any harm, Jeff.
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Godich: It's one thing to be eccentric.
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Bamberger: I wouldn't even call him eccentric, Mark.
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Godich: Plenty of blame to go around. The sponsor knew what it was getting into by inviting a guy who hadn't played on a weekend in 20+ events. Who cares what van der Walt thinks? And if a sponsor is going to be kind enough to grant you one of its prized exemptions, Weir owes it to said sponsor to play 36 holes, even if he's a little nicked up or on his way to shooting 100.
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Godich: Something tells me the show will go on without Vijay.
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Bambger: Beautifully said, Mark. Although it would have been cool to see Vijay win gold there and stick it to the man he despises so (the PGA Tour brass that is so endeared to this golfing extravaganza).
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Godich: The Ryder Cup is more than five months away. That said, maybe the dinner at Jack and Barbara's place wasn't such a good idea.
Bamberger: But it's never too early to panic, Mark!
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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated (@MarkGodich): Agree, Michael.
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Godich: It sounds like his mindset changed when he stepped on the 10th tee: shoot even par coming home.
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Godich: Well, there were no issues with the swing last year when he made a record 28 birdies. It's no secret that he was fighting his swing all week. And yet with his B- game and even after carding a triple and three doubles over the last 49 holes, he was bested by only one player.
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Godich: He's a bulldog with an air-tight swing and a top-10 world ranking.
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Godich: Rory could use a little of Spieth's grit.
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I have no idea where that third round came from, but I agree with Mark. He was just playing lousy and he had this vacant look about him that seemed all too accepting of his fate.
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Godich: Some of the Friday pin placements were utterly ridiculous, especially given the conditions. What's the reasoning behind settling up the course so tough for three days, then softening it on Sunday?
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Godich: Both.
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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: Your guess is as good as mine.
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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: This suddenly U.S. Open-style venue suits Jordan's game better. (Remember, Rory won the Open when Congressional was marshmallow-soft.) By day's end, Spieth will hold the lead at Augusta National at the end of a seventh consecutive round, bumping one Arnold Palmer from the record book in the process.
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Alan Bastable, executive editor, GOLF.com: I'm with Godich (and not just because we're sharing a cheese plate in the media center): The faster and windier Augusta gets, the less it suits McIlroy's booming tee shots and towering irons.
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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: Rory's finish. He gets to four under after an eagle and a birdie on the back-nine par-5s, then makes a pair of careless bogeys coming home.
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