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Fantasy Golf: 5 Bold Predictions For 2014 Masters

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5 Bold Predictions For 2014 Masters

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The Masters is finally here, and considering the star-studded field, fantasy golf fans have a ton of options to choose from. To help you draft this week, here are five bold fantasy golf predictions for the 2014 Masters.

5. Brandt Snedeker Will Miss The Cut

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5. Brandt Snedeker Will Miss The Cut

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Snedeker has played miserably this season. In 10 tournament appearances, Snedeker only has one top-10 finish. He has also missed the cut twice and finished outside of the top-45 five different times. Sneeds has been a mess this season and the veteran is a long shot to even make the cut this week.

4. Phil Mickelson Won’t Finish Inside Top-20

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4. Phil Mickelson Won’t Finish Inside Top-20

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Mickelson hasn’t recorded a single top-10 finish this year and the veteran has even missed the cut twice. Lefty is having a horrible fantasy season and it appears that age is finally catching up with the 43-year-old. Lefty was once an elite fantasy option to look for at Augusta, but he is now just another mid-level golfer in the field. Don't expect Mickelson to even crack the top-20 this year at Augusta.

3. Graeme McDowell WIll Finish Inside Top-10

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3. Graeme McDowell WIll Finish Inside Top-10

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In seven tournaments this season, McDowell has six top-10 finishes in stroke/match play tournaments. He has been unstoppable in the states and the Scotsman seems primed to have another big showing in Augusta.

2. Keegan Bradley Will Finish Inside Top-5

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2. Keegan Bradley Will Finish Inside Top-5

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Bradley’s only appearances at the Masters where a 54th place finish in 2013 and a 27th place finish in 2012. Luckily, Bradley has eight top-20 finishes in 2014 and is in the middle of a career fantasy season. Bradley will finally show up at Augusta this year and Keegs seems like a lock to crack the top-five this year.

1. Adam Scott Win It All

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1. Adam Scott Win It All

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Scott is the defending champ of the Masters and he heads to Augusta on fire. Scott has finished inside the top-25 in all five of his tournament appearances this year, including three top-eight finishes. Scott is easily the frontrunner to put on the green jacket this weekend.