The Masters 2011: Breaking Down This Weekend's Play with Yahoo! Sports Jay Busbee

T.J. Mcaloon@@tjmcaloonContributorApril 7, 2011

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 10:  (L-R) Phil Mickelson and caddie Jim MacKay look on from the first tee during the third round of the 2010 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 10, 2010 in Augusta, Georgia.  (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
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This Thursday, April 7, presents the 75th edition of the Masters.

This prodigious golf tournament held in Augusta, Georgia is the showcase of golf’s best. There is a strict code while at Augusta National and what better way to preview all of the golf that will partake this weekend than with the editor of Devil Ball golf blog page: Jay Busbee.

He joined the podcast today, The T.J. McAloon and the Sports Half Hour, show for a good 25minnute interview.

There were a number of topics that we took a look at today:

  • He gave his best idea of why Martin Kaymer is the best golfer in the world that no one has ever heard of.
  • Why Tiger has fell off from being golf's best player in the world.
  • Why the young kids at the Masters this week will fail.
  • And who he thinks will be in the final paring on Sunday.

Plus for the gamblers in the audience—you know who you are—don't worry, we have you covered; we took a look at some of the betting lines that Bodog has to offer.

One that was cut off towards the end of the show was the thought of putting Gus Johnson as the voice of CBS’ coverage of The Masters.

Seriously, how much more exciting would it be to hear Gus call a put from a charging Tiger on the back nine?

So give the link below a click and take a listen. Afterwards, hit the podcast button on the top of the page to subscribe to the show on iTunes. From there, you can take a listen to previous interviews and shows and be able to get updated quicker on new materials.

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