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2] One full season into his latest swing overhaul, can Woods get even better?
Definitely. Imagine if he were to hit 71.2% of his fairways, as he did in 2000, rather than the 54.6% of last year.
3] Will Michelle Wie finally win a professional tournament?
No, not yet. As a full-time high school student making only cameos on various tours, consistency will be a problem.
4] What about Chris DiMarco--will he win another freakin' tournament already?
Yes. DiMarco's big-game heroics have led to a rep as a clutch player even as he has continued to kick away Tour events. All he needs is a few breaks on any given Sunday to get his first win since 2002.
5] Will the winning score at the Masters be over par?
Depends on the weather. The 1999 Masters was the last time Augusta National played the way it's supposed to--brick hard and frighteningly fast--and only 13 players broke par. Since then the course has added rough and a forest of trees, and after yet another retrofit this year it's now a 7,445-yard monster. If it is dry in Georgia in April, the Masters will be a bloodbath.