Just so you can follow along, here are the starting rosters for the Arnold Palmer Invitational:
James is looking to get out of the cellar with a big win. Phil Mickelson has won here before, and Sean O’Hair finished runner up last year. He’s also going to be hoping for breakout weeks from both Zach Johnson and Brandt Snedeker. Charles Howell III will round out the fivesome and look to continue his steady year.
In just his second week as a manager, Jm has already forgotten to send me his lineup. No worries Jm, Ernie is on your bench, but since I’m a nice guy, I’ll switch him in for Slocum. Helping out the Big Easy will be Brian Gay, who’s playing in his sixth tournament in the last seven weeks, canadian heartthrob Mike Weir, Robert Allenby, and Hunter Mahan.
Well well well. It looks like Jm isn’t the only one forgetting to send me his roster. Since a veteran golf manager like you has no excuse for forgetting to update, last weeks runner up K.J. is gonna have to watch from the sidelines again. Fortunately for you, Camilo Villegas and J.B. Holmes are gonna be right out there in the thick of things. Accompanying them will be Ben Curtis (The biggest joke since Bubbz), Ben Crane, and David Duval. Not a very intimidating lineup, but so far he’s found a way to win.
And then theres The Beast. He’s put up very respectable totals the last few weeks and seems poised for a major breakout. A 200 point week is not out of the question with the likes of Steve Stricker, Nick Watney and Rickie Fowler taking the course for him. Rounding out his lineup will be Kenny Perry (who’s looking to turn around after a disasterous start to the season) and Jerry Kelly (who has two top 15s in the last 3 weeks). You know what they say, it takes more than a day to build every road to Rome, but all roads seem to lead to a big week from The Beast.
Cody’s starters: Jim Furyk, Scott Verplank, Justin Rose, Stuart Appleby, Stephen Ames.
Bryce’s starters: Retief Goosen, Stuart Cink, Dustin Johnson, Kevin Na, Tim Clark.