Van Sickle: Notice how Scott suddenly became a regular contender in majors after Stevie got on the bag? That was no coincidence. Stevie is a big reason Adam won the Masters. That's exactly why Adam hired him.
ONE MAJOR DOWN, THREE TO GO. WHAT DID WE LEARN FROM THE MASTERS?
Bamberger: The biggest thing, by far, we learned is that Tiger Woods does not care what you think.
Van Sickle: Didn't we already know that?
Bamberger: Yes, but the Masters confirmed that beyond any reasonable doubt.
Anonymous Pro: We learned that rulings should be left up to the PGA Tour and European tour officials instead of Fred Ridley, who's not involved with that sort of thing every day. There might have been a different result.
Van Sickle: Might have? How many other players in the last hundred years signed for a wrong score and weren't disqualified?
Anonymous Pro: I learned there's such a thing as karma. Once Tiger was around on the weekend, there was no way he was going to win. If he did, that would've been a Masters disaster. There was always going to be an asterisk next to that win.
Garrity: I can't leave the rules thing. We learned that only a golfer can love golf's rules. Anybody on the outside would think this is a nasty game of gotcha and that rules officials are pedants and Puritans and preachers. People are totally put off by it. There's the side of us that admires how the rules are so strict, so Calvinist, and everybody has to yield to them, but they're more complicated than the U.S. Constitution and the Magna Carta combined.