Halfway home at the Not-the-Fake Masters Pool 2016

We are halfway home at the Masters, although Rickie Fowler may have dragged some folks all the way home for the weekend due to his poor play, However keep in mind, this is the Masters and anything can happen with moving day looming ahead of us. Jordan Spieth and Rory McIroy, aka, the ususal suspects are leading the way in Augusta but watch out for Hideki Matsuyama, Dustin Johnson and world #1, Jason Day, all within striking distance.

In the NtFMP we’ve got a rookie at the top, Abe Deffenbaugh Walsh, who leads the Spiegel, Johnson & Farley law firm by 6 heading into Saturday’s third round. How will the rookie handle all the attention  that goes with leading the NtFMP? Only time will tell but history tells us newcomers don’t hold up too well under the bright lights of the NtFMP, am I right Eric Fuller?

Last years champion, Harry Wonham is lurking only 7 spots back and no one knows how to put a team together for this course better than Mr. Wonham. In reality, anyone can still win this tournament, well almost anyone Bradford Parsons (you’ve got some real work to do) and everyone knows the Masters doesn’t really start till the back nine on Sunday.

Good luck to all this weekend!

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Abe Deffenbaugh Walsh Day 15 200
 -11 Scott 42
Bubba 57
Speith 1
McIlroy 2
Stenson 33
Dustin 8
Kuchar 42
Mike Spiegel McIlroy 2 206
-8 Speith 1
Fowler 69
Stenson 33
Day 15
Matsuyama 5
Mickelson 58
Rose 23
Ron Johnson #1 Dustin 8 206
-9 Day 15
McIlroy 2
Rose 23
Speith 1
Mickelson 58
Kuchar 42
Bubba 57
Kevin Farley #2 Bubba 57 206
-10 Dustin 8
Mickelson 58
Speith 1
Scott 42
Day 15
McIlroy 2
Rose 23
Emma Vaughn Fowler 69 215
-8 Day 15
Scott 42
McIlroy 2
Speith 1
Rose 23
Matsuyama 6
Bubba 57
Chris Page Day 15 217
-14 Scott 42
McIlroy 2
Dustin 8
Fowler 69
Speith 1
Stenson 33
Oosthuizen 47
Will Bracy Speith 1 217
-15 McIlroy 2
Day 15
Fowler 69
Scott 42
Dustin 8
Bubba 57
Rose 23
Harry Wonham Speith 1 232
-13 Z Johnson 63
Stenson 33
Day 15
Scott 42
Reed 47
Walker 23
Berger 8
Ron Johnson #2 Dustin 8 234
-9 Reed 47
Oosthuzen 47
Fowler 69
Day 15
Speith 1
Snedeker 5
Scott 42
Eric Fuller Day 15 252
-11 Speith 1
McIlroy 2
Bubba 57
Scott 42
Dustin 8
Fowler 69
Mickelson 58
Jon Guldager Day 15 252
-11 Speith 1
McIlroy 2
Bubba 57
Mickelson 58
Dustin 8
Fowler 69
Scott 42
Randy Fisher Day 15 268
-12 Bubba 57
Fowler 69
Schwartzel 63
Dustin 8
Speith 1
Reed 47
Garcia 8
Ronnie Arnold Speith 1 273
-9 Day 15
Scott 42
Bubba 57
Mickelson 58
Fowler 69
Dustin 8
Cabrera 23
Grant Wonham Scott 42 281
-12 Day 15
Speith 1
McDowell 69
Fowler 69
Bubba 57
Rose 23
Snedeker 5
Walker Wonham Speith 1 286
-14 Day 15
Scott 42
Kuchar 42
Mickelson 58
Fowler 69
McIlroy 2
Bubba 57
Brad Parsons #1 Day 15 312
-12 Bubba 57
Fowler 69
Oosthuizen 47
Z Johnson 63
Matsuyama 5
Rose 23
Stenson 33
Cam Read Fowler 69 312
-12 Day 15
Bubba 57
Speith 1
Mickelson 58
Kuchar 42
Casey 23
Oostheizen 47
Brad Parsons #2 Day 15 334
-15 Bubba 57
Fowler 69
Oosthuizen 47
Rose 23
Mickelson 58
Scott 42
Walker 23
Kevin Farley #1 Fowler 69 340
-9 DeChambeau 8
Stenson 33
Z Johnson 63
Koepka 15
Hoffman 42
Reed 47
Grace 63

2016 Not-the-Fake Masters Pool, aka, Annual $5 Donation to a Worthless Cause

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Expecting a big profit from your March Madness win and not sure what to do with it, now you can re-invest $5 of it, thereby delaying taxes and enter the 2016 ​​Masters Pool.
The rules are simple: pick any 8 golfers who are entered in this weeks tournament and a winning score (-10 for example) in case of a tie. Next Sunday night I’ll add up their combined placing (1 pt for 1st, 2 for 2nd, 3 for 3rd, etc) and the person with the lowest combined team total wins. As we all know, there is no “I” in team, oh wait, yes there is. It’s just hidden in the A-hole, but never-the-less you really want all your guys to make the cut. Of course picking the winner helps but probably more important that all your guys play well.

***Special Bonus – For the second year in a row, I am allowing, even encouraging, everyone to pick Mr. Eldrick “Tiger” Woods.

Good luck and picks are due by Wednesday at midnight. Send picks to me at webracy@gmail.com or message me via FB and send $5 entry fee to me at 1103 Risden Pl., Eugene, Or 97404.