Golf: US Masters Tips Day 4


JORDAN SPIETH allowed the field to come back to him by dropping three shots in the final two holes yesterday so it’s set up to be a thrilling final round of The Masters.

Ace Venturer says: “The wind played havoc again yesterday with only four players making sub-par rounds. The day belonged to Masters debutant Smylie Kaufman who hit a superb three-under 69 and Masters veteran Bernhard Langer who shot 70.

“Spieth still leads by one with Kaufman the nearest challenger and Langer a shot further behind. One of my anteposts picks, Hideki Matsuyama, is well placed just two behind Spieth in joint third with Langer after a level-par 72.

“Another one Dustin Johnson played a patient round after he bogeyed the first and if the wind dies down I can see him having a real go, especially on the second nine.

“Billy Horschell has had a good Masters even with the setback of the wind blowing his ball off the green into the water and costing him an eight yesterday. He is four over in total and today takes on Matt Kuchar who has been steady all week and improved every day after a 75 in the first round. I like the tenacity of Horschell (Betway, 6-4) and think he can just edge out his fellow American.

“With four birdies on the back nine Lee Westwood showed some of the old form and finished on one-under 71. He takes on another Englishman, Danny Willett, who is T5 and both are in with a chance. Hard to separate the two so I’ll go for the draw (Bet365, 15-2).

“Angel Cabrera has had three rounds of 73 and is T13 on three over. If the wind dies down, which is expected, I think Cabrera (Stan James, 4-1) could finish in the top 10.”

Mr Fixit says: “Spieth played poorly yesterday but still leads. Having put money on Matsuyama and Day before the tournament I’m going to take him to win at 6-4 with unibet.

“He has the experience of leading from the front and can’t hit the ball any worse from the tee. He putts so well at Augusta and unless someone shoots the lights out he should win.”

Ace’s Day 4 Tips

Horschell to bt Kuchar (6.25pm)

Westwood v Willett draw (7.15pm)

Cabrera to finish top 10 (6.45pm)

Mr Fixit’s Day 4 Twoball Treble

Reed to bt Lowry (4.35pm)

Ooosthuizen to bt Holmes (6.35pm)

Matsuyama to bt Langer (7.35pm)

(4-1, Stan James)

Spieth to win Masters

(6-4, Unibet)

Willett to finish top 5

(15-8, Skybet)

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    townie 7 months ago

    Oh the ups and downs of this great Augusta masters, your bets of today looking good so far ace.
    DUSTIN JOHNSON just cannot make a winning putt

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      Mr Fixit 7 months ago

      townie, watching in the office. As I said at start of the day I can’t see past Spieth.
      Willett looking good for top five.

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    townie 7 months ago


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    townie 7 months ago

    Just in the office this year mr f
    Yep got spieth on to win,just think Justin Johnson could do something here

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    townie 7 months ago

    Wow Louis oosthuizen hole in 1 (or 2)

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    Jordan 7 months ago

    We have a finish on our hands here!

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    townie 7 months ago

    Well done the WILLETT, wow golf really can kick you in the betty swallocks, Jordan spieth will bounce back no probe,
    Don’t think I will 😊

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      Mr Fixit 7 months ago

      townie, it could take Spieth a while to bounce back. That was a serious meltdown.
      Wish there had been that drama when I was there last year – instead of a Sunday stroll.

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        elvis parsley 7 months ago

        i take 7s quite often on par 3 holes, but I bounce back normally and get round our par 72 in 130 ish shots.
        ON A GOOD DAY ……

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