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Bamberger: Dustin Johnson. He does it all, from what we've seen at Pebble Beach—extreme length, the ability to put it in play, a beautiful putting touch. He simply looks like a Masters winner to me. He may turn out to be a Tom Weiskopf and never get it done, but I'm picking him.
Anonymous Pro: Dustin is one of the few guys I've played with who hits it as far as he wants to hit it, and at Augusta that's a huge advantage. Even holes like the 11th aren't long for him. He kills the par-5s. He's a can't-miss to win Augusta one of these years.
Shipnuck: Martin Kaymer had a nice finish at Doral; he hits the ball well; he's one of best putters in Europe. He's really unaffected. This is his third Masters. He's ready to apply what he's learned.
Garrity: You already know mine.
Van Sickle: Robert Karlsson. You pick him every major. He's probably your pick for the Kentucky Derby too.
Garrity: He didn't play in last year's Masters because of an eye injury, but he's already got a victory this year, in Qatar.
Hack: It's hard to pick a guy who hasn't won a regular Tour event, but I'm taking Tim Clark. He hits his long irons really well, and he's been close.
Van Sickle: I noticed Fred Couples is listed at 100-to-1 odds. I'd jump on that. He's won on the senior tour; his putting looks better; and his record at Augusta is remarkable. Plus, he still has the good hair.
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