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Brad Faxon joins the show to review The Masters.
Danny talks about Jimmy G. He brings up the Adam Schefter report that the Pats will not trade Garraplo. He has a interesting view.
a four-time major winner), Lee Westwood (top-five player in the world ..... say " Kenny Loggins ." Winner: Lee Westwood Absolutely played well enough to ..... easy guy to root for. Loser: Lee Westwood But still an easy guy to root for
actually Mistress No. 1. Who else is there? Quick, someone compile a list of all the times Jim Furyk , Steve Stricker , Lee Westwood , Paul Casey , Ian Poulter , Martin Kaymer and Padrig Harrington have stared Tiger down and beat him in a major. That
a bunch of majors on it. That rebuilding plan starts on April 5. And when he wins (I predict by three shots over Lee Westwood and Tim Clark) the 2010 Masters I suspect that Elin and the kids will be waiting for him as he walks off the 18th green
top 10 was way back in April of 1997. He won his first Masters that month and has not been outside the top 10 since. Lee Westwood is still the No. 1-ranked player in the world, while Luke Donald is No. 2. Phil Mickelson is ranked No. 4. Woods
Both Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods picked up easy victories, and Steve Stricker defeated Europe's top player, Lee Westwood , in the opening match. It looked as if the U.S. had a chance for at least a tie -- which would have allowed the
said of the intensity of the crowds. "It's something we never get to experience." Faxon finished by identifying Lee Westwood as the player in the world right now. For updates and news from the Ryder Cup, see the PGA page by click here. To
and is atop the leaderboard with a 12-under 132. Mark Calcavecchia trails him at seven-under, with Paul Casey, Lee Westwood , and Steven Tiley tied for third at six-under. For the latest on the play at St. Andrews, Scotland, click here
at the 13th and 14th on his way up the leaderboard on Saturday. Tiger Woods shot a 2 under 70 and is 8 under total. Lee Westwood is the leader at minus 12 and seeking his first major. Click here to view the Masters leaderboard.