2019 masters

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Looking for opinions...

1951 Masters and US open champ Ben Hogan    1953 Masters   2 years gap between masters win

1960 Masters and US open champ  Arnold palmer   1962 masters   2 years

1972 masters and us open champ   Jack Nicklaus  1975 masters  3 years

2002 masters and us open champ Tiger woods  2005 masters 3 years

2015 masters and us open champ   Jordan Spieth  2019 masters  4 years would be the gap

 

Also....in the years these champions claimed their "gap" masters win, they

all also won that year's British Open except for Jack Nicklaus in 1975, he won the PGA that year

 
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Please don't bet on Jordan Spieth to win the Masters... 
 
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No kidding.  He is auto-fade at this point.

 
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Have you watched a golf tournament this yr?
 
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Esp if he's 10/1
 
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@DrewWheezy   Yes I have.....I enjoy sarcasm immensely

@wybbob    currently at 16-1 to 20-1 

going to take some march madness winnings and take a flyer

 
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Quote Originally Posted by kamphil:

@DrewWheezy   Yes I have.....I enjoy sarcasm immensely

@wybbob    currently at 16-1 to 20-1 

going to take some march madness winnings and take a flyer


Being serious here because we all work hard for our money, and we should all be smart when placing bets.  The trends you referred to were 5 winners in a 68 year period.  It's a fun trend, but it's also coincidental.  Something that happened in the 1950's, 1960's, and 1970's don't apply to something in 2019.  Please look at recent course history and current form to make betting decisions.  Good luck in all your wagering!!!  Nice job on making money on the NCAA tourney!!!
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