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ANONYMOUS PRO: I like Dustin once he matures a little more and learns how to rely on strategy. Having Butch Harmon as his coach should really help him.
GARRITY: I don't see how Donald retires without a couple of claret jugs and a green jacket. My second choice is Johnson, simply because no one calls him the best player never to have won a major. That's good for at least a stroke a round against the others.
MORFIT: The guy to break through is Dustin or Adam. Dustin is too talented not to. Eventually there will come a course that suits him, and he'll get hot. He's too long and too good.
BAMBERGER: Dustin has the biggest upside, by far. He could easily shoot 65 on a Sunday and win from the clubhouse.
SHIPNUCK: He is also significantly younger than the others, so he will have more chances. I still like Luke, though. He's there all the time, and the level of his game has gotten so high.
ANONYMOUS PRO: Luke does well in majors because of his short game. He can hit eight fairways a round and grind out a decent score. The problem is, majors are usually ball-striking contests and the way he's hitting it, I don't see him winning one.
GARRITY: Westwood is a great player, and I rank him higher than dozens of guys who have won majors. But he's so far down Colin Montgomerie Lane that a big win now is almost unthinkable.
BAMBERGER: He's building a cottage at the end of the street.
THE DYNAMIC DUO
GARRITY: Shouldn't we make some observations about Tiger and Phil, as we always do?