The Masters: So, who do you like?Loading
    Brandt Snedeker - Great putter will never be penalized for slow play
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    Matt Kuchar - Has carried his happy-go-lucky ways over from amateur days
    Rickie Fowler - Reputation exceeds accomplishments, but he's well-grounded
    Keegan Bradley - All that freaky twitching ... and uses a long putter
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    Sergio Garcia - Can't think of one likeable thing about him
    Jason Dufner - His indifference, charming last year, is off-putting this year
    Webb Simpson - We just can't have a Masters winner use a long putter
    Julie Jacobson | Associated Press
Everybody wants to see great golf at the Masters. Nobody - at least that they will admit - roots against anyone. But if two expected contenders pull away from the pack on Augusta National's back nine Sunday, it's only human nature to have a preference (you couldn't pull for Nicklaus and Palmer). Chances are good that this year's winner will come from the 20 players listed below. Forced to choose, here's one for/against list in no particular order.
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