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The Duf is moving on up

By on April 13th, 2013 in Member Post 2 Comments »

On a day when Augusta National chewed up and spit out almost everyone in the field, Jason had one of only 4 sub 70 rounds. Despite 4 bogeys had had 7 birdies to card a 3 under 69. He is only 3 behind leader Jason Day with 36 holes of golf left. He improved his position by a whopping 26 spots.

It was a perfect kind of day for the Duf to make up shots. Gusting winds that changed direction every few minutes made the course the toughest it has been in a long time. Jasons ability to outthink the conditions and the course served him well.

While the 4 bogeys were a downer there was only one other player that had as many birdies, Bubba Watson, but he threw in 6 boyeys and a double to shoot 73. That in itself makes me believe that he is ready to make a big run on Saturday. Saturday is called “moving day” on the tour so look for the Duf to move to the penthouse of the leader board with a 66 or 67.

I read several articles on the tourney this morning and his name was not mentioned in any of them. Mark my words, that will change today.

2 Comments

  1. Third Generation Tiger Third Generation Tiger says:

    He’s definitely within striking distance. If he can pick up three or four strokes today he will be in the hunt Sunday. Jason hasn’t had a spectacular year so far this year but several analysts and sportscasters picked him early on as one of the favorites to win The Masters this year. He definitely has the game and the demeanor to take this one. Win lose or draw, you can’t help but like the guy.

  2. MyAuburn MyAuburn says:

    An “all Jason” final pairing on Sunday could be a definite possibility