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The Conscience of Thoroughbred Racing


By Marc Lawrence — Dustin Johnson will be defending The Masters title he won in November. But Johnson hasn’t exactly been firing on all cylinders in recent weeks, and the course will be playing a lot differently with The Masters back to its usual April date.

Here’s what we know for sure when it comes to handicapping this year’s Masters…

At 10/1 Jordan Speith has the most birdies of any player at Augutsa National from 2015-2019…

At 12/1 Rory Mcllroy has six top 10s in his last seven Masters…

At 18/1 Xander Schauffele has three top-5 finishes on the PGA Tour since the November Masters, and he’s tied for 2nd and 17th in this tournament past two events…

I’ve attended two Masters in my life and they were each “bucket list” trips. It’s what golfing in heaven must be all about.

Grinding Out the Profits

The Milwaukee Bucks are just 5-9 SU and 3-11 ATS away the last eleven months versus unrested non-conference foes, including 1-8 SUATS in games with an Over/Under total of 233 or fewer points.

On the other side of the coin, the Dallas Mavericks are 13-0 SU and 12-1 ATS at home without rest in non-conference clashes the last eleven seasons.

You know the deal.

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