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While we’re all locked in on who will win The Masters next week, there’s still one tournament to be played. The Sell Houston Open 2017 Live  will get teed up this week as the final preparation for Augusta National, the most prestigious tournament in the world.

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Perhaps the person who will most notably not be there is Dustin Johnson. Citing fatigue, Johnson has pulled out of the tournament. After his breakthrough US Open victory in 2016, Johnson has been tearing it up and there’s a conversation to be had about who, at their best, could beat him right now on tour. The world’s No. 1 has won the last three tournaments he’s played in, but won’t get the chance to add No. 4 in Houston. He’ll have to wait for Augusta to do that, and he’s favored to win there.

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HUMBLE, Texas – The leaderboard at the Shell Houston Open will be a little light on star power this weekend.

The tournament lost Dustin Johnson early in the week, and now must face a conclusion without a number of the biggest names sticking around.Adam Scott, Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth entered this week ranked Nos. 1-3 on the PGA Tour in consecutive cuts made. Collectively, they had played the weekend in 63 straight events.After closing out their respective rounds Friday at the Golf Club of Houston, each heard the same sound emanate from the trunks of their courtesy cars.Granted, they were not alone among the Augusta-bound contingent who have some Houston hotel reservations to cancel. Henrik Stenson also missed the cut by several shots, as did Matt Kuchar and Lee Westwood.

Spieth and Scott’s second rounds were particularly peculiar given that they had both gotten off to strong starts the day prior. But Spieth chased an opening 69 with a 5-over 77, while Scott matched that second-round total after starting with 68.It’s hardly the Masters momentum either player was hoping for, but one look at the local weather forecast and it’s clear that not all missed cuts are created equal.Rain is heading to Houston in the coming days; it’s just a matter of when and how much. The current forecast calls for a 100 percent chance of rain Sunday with up to 2 inches of forecast precipitation, Sell Houston Open 2017 Live Stream putting the tournament in an awkward position.No event ever wants to hear the phrase “Monday finish,” but this one would be especially delicate given how many players come here specifically to prep for next week’s first major. A Monday finish has not been required at this tournament since 2004, three years before it moved to the week before the Masters.

Scott suffered a four-putt on his third hole of the day and ended up taking 36 putts Friday, but he was hardly broken up about it after missing his first cut since The Barclays in August 2015.

 

“I’m going to look at the positives. I’ll be fresh for next week,” Scott said. “The weekend weather looks a bit dodgy here, so things may work out as good as they can considering it’s a missed cut. But I think I saw enough out there. I’ve got some time on the range today and tomorrow to really come up with my plan for what I’m going to do next week.”

Scott now expects to head to Augusta National on Saturday evening and will play a practice round there Sunday, as the weather forecast in Augusta on Monday is as bleak as the one for Houston over the weekend.

“An extra day there is not going to hurt,” he said. “In fact, it’ll be most enjoyable.”

Spieth had what he described as an “off day” that included bogeys on three of his final five holes, but he didn’t view his early exit in exactly the same light as did Scott.“I was not playing this tournament just as a lead-in to the Masters. I was playing this tournament because I love this tournament,” Spieth said. “The weather in Augusta is not good on Monday, either. I’m not sure what’s going to happen with the end of this week into next week Sell Houston Open 2017.”Spieth’s revised plan will likely include a trip to Augusta on Saturday night to get in ahead of the weather, followed by an appearance at the Drive, Chip and Putt Contest on Sunday and an afternoon of work on the course.

Spieth was quick to point to his record from 2014, when he finished second to Bubba Watson at the Masters despite missing the Houston cut the week prior, and had seemingly wiped away any sense of lingering disappointment just minutes after completing his round.“I think we know, and the other players that are playing next week know, that we strike fear in others next week,” Spieth said. “So that’s our idea, that’s going to be my confidence level going in, and we’ll step on the first tee ready to play.”Granted, there will still be a few notable names sticking around for a wet finish in Houston. Rickie Fowler held the opening-round lead, while Justin Rose comfortably made the cut after rounds of 67-71.

Rose is currently planning to go home to Florida following the final round and wasn’t heading to Augusta until Tuesday, but he admitted that a Monday finish here is far from ideal for all parties involved.

“It’s tough, because it’s a big tournament in its own right, but the Tour and everyone needs to understand as well that a lot of guys play it for a certain reason,” Rose said. “If there’s an opportunity to get it done, we should try to do what we can to get it done before Monday. Because that really alters, and actually really puts you at a big disadvantage versus the rest of the field who have prepared a different way.”For many big names, the final stages of Masters prep have been cut abruptly short. But they’ll hope to follow in the footsteps of Trevor Immelman and Angel Cabrera, who won the Masters in consecutive years despite each missing the Shell cut the week prior.For those left in Houston to try to chase down Sung Kang, there are two more competitive rounds and the hope that Mother Nature will cooperate enough to crown a champion before flights headed for Augusta need to be rescheduled.

Also, numerous holes Sell Houston Open Live Stream favor a draw for right-handed players or a fade for the left-handers (another similar aspect to Augusta).While receiving an invitation to play in the Masters is an honor, Summerhays is hoping to not just be part of the tournament, but to have a strong performance in the race for the fabled green jacket.To say D.J.is on fire is to say the grass at Augusta is green.World No.1 Johnson enhanced his status as favorite for the forthcoming Masters with a third successive tournament win Sunday.it was a World Match Play final victory which also made the American the first player to win all four World Golf Championships events. But then you have to win the Masters to look at that menu.He’s one of the best golfers in the country and he can’t even drive a vehicle.

‘I’ve heard many different things of how to get ready for Augusta or any other major and I’ve heard people playing the week before, other players not playing the week before. Vegas thinks that. I think that.“If you play your own game, having the advantage of having been there before, him knowing that, too; he knows which guys have taken him down and are capable of it and he knows which guys are probably not going to be able to”. “I just feel sometimes that’s the type of stuff that you need competition to work on”.

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“For the British Open, I think I would have benefited from playing the week before”, Rahm said. “And fortunately I feel like, you know, I can”.“I think Dustin Johnson is the guy to beat in golf no matter where you are”, Spieth said at a news conference on Wednesday. He’s the guy to beat.

“If I play my best golf, I believe that I can take down anybody and you have to believe that”, the world No.6 told reporters before the start of the Houston Open. But when you think about it deeper, you’re trying to predict how a certain golfer plays round-to-round! I’m pretty sure he’s got a big ranking lead now.This is the time of the year you want to be on a roll on the PGA Tour, and nobody with a club in his hand is hotter that Dustin Johnson these days. Once he gets that click and – whether it was the Sell Houston Open Live  or it was – probably was the U.S. Open, looking back on it now. That was good advice, just to get as close to the tournament as you can to prepare for it …

“We were trying to get him to hit it for five or six years”, swing coach Butch Harmon said. “So I’m not in the least bit surprised that he is the guy to beat”. Furthermore, there’s the Texas narrative, with this field littered with players from Texas, who make their homes in Texas, or who went to school in Texas. He’s also a past victor here, so there are obviously good vibes for the Aussie in Houston.

“I like to play the week before a major if I can”, said Stenson, who played the Scottish Open last summer a week before his record performance at Royal Troon. “I really like that golf course”.

It was only Lowry’s second appearance in the tournament and that format set him up for a nice start when he shot 68 in round one.

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The 2017 Shell Houston Open, the final event before the PGA Tour’s first major of the season, continued Friday with Sung Kang putting on a dazzling display of excellence with a 63 to drop his 36-hole score to 16-under par.

Kang is six shots clear of the lead, with Hudson Swafford and Russell Henley, both at 10-under par, needing to make up a lot of ground over the next two days to even have a shot at making the outcome interesting. Here’s the full leaderboard after two rounds of golf from Humble, Texas:Kang got off to a strong start Thursday, sitting one shot behind Rickie Fowler after a 65. He set the bar even higher with his performance Friday, posting his lowest single-round score since a 60 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February 2016. Sung Kang tied the Golf Club at Houston course record Friday with a second-round 9-under 63 that also broke the previous 36-hole scoring mark at the Shell Houston Open.

Kang was flawless in Round 2, putting up seven birdies with an eagle on the par-5 eighth hole (his 17th). Now at 16 under, Kang has a six-shot lead heading into the weekend.”I putted pretty good yesterday, putted really good today,” Kang said following Friday’s round, via golfchannel.com. “Plus I teed off the first off, and the greens are just pure, nobody really had them. The putter just kept making the putts.

“I always hit it long and straight enough, but I always have trouble with iron play and also putting,” Kang added. “My putting was not bad last year. We’ve been working so hard on my iron play. It keeps getting better. I still was hitting irons so much better, but I didn’t putt well through last week.”Former Georgia stars Hudson Swafford and Russell Henley climbed into a tie for second at 10 under. Both players have shot consecutive 5-under 67s.Rickie Fowler limped home after reaching 12 under at one point Friday. Fowler finished at 9 under after shooting a 1-under 71 with a double-bogey and a bogey on two of his last four holes.

Despite the messy conclusion to his second round, Fowler will likely remain in contention over the weekend with Kang feeling the pressure. Fowler will be able to fire at flagsticks seven shots back.

Aaron Baddeley and Zac Blair head into the weekend tied for fifth at 8 under. Baddeley has yet to record a bogey through 36 holes.The Shell Houston Open took a bit of a back seat Friday when Tiger Woods announced he would not be playing in next week’s Masters Tournament. His back has not yet Sell Houston Open 2017 Live healed, and he does not want to risk further injury.

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