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Mark Godich

Senior Editor

CNN

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Senior Editor

Sports Illustrated


Student

University of Missouri


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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: Ask me after tomorrow.
It's going to be a long afternoon, night and morning sitting on that lead, assuming he still has it. Another solid round on Friday, and he just might pull it off.


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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: Hard to argue with that.
And it's not just that he won — it's how he won. Godich: That was the difference. Godich: Don't forget the save at five, where he hit the flop shot from behind the green. Godich: Seems like it was eons ago when all of those young guns were laying up on par-5s during the West Coast swing.


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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: Agreed.
And the minute Tiger stops with those short outbursts is the time he becomes a different golfer.


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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: With all due respect to Ernie, I'll take Phil.
Cameron Morfit, senior writer, Golf Magazine: I agree with Godich that among the plausible scenarios a Phil win would be the best story.


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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: I don't think it favors anybody, either, but I think a weather delay is the last thing Tiger would want to see.
If he's playing well, the last thing he'll want to see is a stoppage in play, and the folks at Augusta haven't done him any favors by sending him out in the second-to-last group on Thursday. Even if he's playing poorly, I think he's better served to try and play his way out of his funk. Sitting around will only add to the pressure and perhaps put doubts in his mind about whether he came back too early.


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