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Van Sickle: Didn't you say 45 minutes ago that you weren't sure he was ready to win a major?
Shipnuck: Well, a lot has changed since then. He's been at the range the whole time. [Laughter.]
Garrity: My pick is Nick Watney. He blew my mind with his Doral finish. It's possibly the toughest finishing hole on the Tour, and he hits three perfect shots to win. If that doesn't tell you in your heart that you can do it, nothing can. I'm a believer.
Van Sickle: As long as he stays away from the go-kart track out in Martinez—I'm assuming there's one outside of town—I like Kaymer to widen his edge as Number 1 in the world.
Anonymous Pro: I like Paul Casey. He plays with a quiet arrogance. He knows he's good, but he has learned how to watch what he says after his comments about Americans blew up a few years back. I think he's as cocky and confident as ever. He's a hell of a player, and he's playing well right now.
Bamberger: My dark-horse pick and my favorite are one and the same—Angel Cabrera.
Shipnuck: No one loves Cabrera more than I do, but he's having health problems.
Hack: I feel as if Mickelson is the guy to beat until somebody proves differently. Phil has never gone back-to-back ... until now. And I love my dark-horse pick—Y.E. Yang.
Garrity: My dark-horse pick is Robert Karlsson, you may have heard of him.
Van Sickle: Your usual suspect. I wonder how he keeps getting in the Masters every year?