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Masters

Masters 2020 w/ Charles Howell | Betting Preview

Charles Howell III joins the Tour Junkies to discuss how Augusta National Golf Club will play for The Masters in November. The interview with Charles is the same interview at the beginning of the DraftKings preview. Following the interview, DB and Pat discuss the current outright market and break down the names getting their attention. The boys discuss some long shot bombs, avoiding Bryson, 1st timers with a chance to win and some nationality props to watch.

Charles Howell Interview = first 23 minutes

Course breakdown + Key Stats + Strategy = 23 minute mark to 36 minute mark

Betting Picks = 37 minute mark to finish

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