Snedeker is going to the Masters
Brandt Snedeker left AT&T Pebble Beach National. He has a better plan! As you can guess, that plan is going to this year’s Masters. The most important obstacle on his road is Augusta National. He must win in order to achieve his plan. Snedeker has 7 PGA Tour titles, 2 Pebble Beach wins, so this should be enough to provide him an invitation to the Masters. This will be his eight time in his career of playing in the Masters. Maybe you can remember his interview with a CBS’ Peter Kostis, when Snedeker was so sad he almost cried! In 2008 he was third, and two years ago he finished sixth. In that year Adam Scott won the Masters.
Snedeker is still very optimistic. He wants to be back on the track, he thinks he belongs there. And, he is right, his place is on the track. Although these are his wishes, the truth is slightly different. He has problems with his ribs, knee and back! And we all know how Masters can be tough. So if some of his problem returns, he wouldn’t be able to finish the competition. He thinks that he is ready for new victories, and that he can beat any person in the world. And I honestly believe him, but I am still concerned about his health problems. At Pebble Beach he set a record, with a 22 under winning total and he made one bogey, which makes him one of the five players in the last decade who made a bogey in a 72-hole PGA Tour event. We wish him all the best on the Augusta National and we are hoping he will get into the Masters.