Updated April 10, 2013 9:25 PM
By MARK HERRMANN email@example.com
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1. Ted Potter Jr.
Beat Phil Mickelson and Matt Kuchar in sudden death to win Par 3 Contest. No par 3 winner has won that year's Masters. "I'm all for breaking history, but" said Amy Mickelson, who was relieved.
2. Mike Weir
Has torn cartilage in his ribcage, on top of the fact he has made only three cuts in the past two years.
3. Scott Piercy
Can handle pressure, having once won $2 million in the Ultimate Game in Las Vegas, but this pressure is different: Making his Masters debut, playing with Tiger Woods (and Luke Donald)
4. Any amateur5. Bubba Watson
No offense to the skilled defending champ, but only Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo and Tiger Woods have won successive Masters.
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