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acesandeights71
Tiger Woods appeared to be a mere mortal after completing the first round of the Masters. After shooting a first round of even par 72, Tiger finds himself four shots off the lead in a tie for 19th. His round was punctuated with an Eagle on the par 5 15th after suffering back to back bogies on 13 and 14.

Trevor Immelman and Justin Rose lead the tournament after rounds of 4 under par 68. Other notables include Jim Furyk with a 2 under par 70, and Phil Mickelson with a 1 under par round of 71.

The most notable low finisher of the day was Woody Austin with a round of 7 over par 79. The top 44 players will make the cut to the weekend.

This will be an interesting Masters. Does Tiger have enough magic to take home his 5th green jacket? After a disappointing 2007, does Mickelson? Or will it be a first time green jacket winner this year? What do you guys think?
ffman
Tiger, Tiger!

He had a great chance to begin to put a little pressure on Immelman. A very short birdie opportunity on 13 - but he missed it! Five back with five holes left - I think Tiger is done.
ffman
And he missed another that you would think Tiger could hit.
ffman
Trever Immelman wins the 2008 Masters!

Tiger is a runner-up yet again.
aceecards
the final round saw more choking than a heimlich convention..


GAHHHHHHHHH!!
ffman
QUOTE(aceecards @ Apr 13 2008, 05:30 PM)
the final round saw more choking than a heimlich convention..
GAHHHHHHHHH!!
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Tiger choked on a couple of key holes....no Grand Slam this year.
10alex10
dang....
tiger, tiger, tiger,

he had the putts
if he would have sunk them i think he woulda won
Kmart6nets
Tiger sure blew his fair amount of putts, but in the end Immelman did more than enough to win his first major.

Fairly entertaining final round overall
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