2012 Master Tickets – The Green Jacket

by on January 2, 2012 updated October 16, 2014

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2012 Master Golf Tournament Tickets

2012 Masters tickets will give someone the opportunity to wear The Green Jacket, perhaps the most recognizable symbol in the world of golf. But who will take that opportunity and run with it? There’s certainly a list of top notch players who have their eye on The Green Jacket, but only one will eventually don that coveted prize. Of course when you’re talking golf and The Masters you’ve got to put Tiger Woods somewhere in the mix. After a long slump, Woods seems to be regaining his form. But it’s a long way from #23 where Woods is currently ranked to a Masters win.

If you’re looking for someone to make a statement at the 2012 Masters Tournament, maybe Rory McIlroy is the guy you’re looking for. The young Irishman has been making quite a push lately, winning the U.S. Open in June and a string of strong finishes has him currently ranked at #3 in the world standing. Luke Donald is another name that crops up in The Masters discussion. Donald is the #1 ranked golfer in the world as of this writing service and the 2011 PGA Player of the Year is certainly someone to contend with on the links. As for me, I’m a homer and I’m hoping to get out to Augusta and see an American don The Green Jacket. That translates into a breakout performance from Steve Stricker, the highest ranked American in the standings and winner of 11 tournaments including two FedEx Cup playoffs. Stricker is regularly listed among the Top 10 Golfers in the world and this 2012 Masters could be where he makes his mark.

But winners aside, the question of who actually dons The Green Jacket is almost but not quite a moot point. The real point is to be out at Augusta when the deal goes down. The Masters serves as the kickoff for the golf season and from there on out it’s nothing but action for anyone who loves chasing that little white ball. get your season started right with 2012 Master tickets from Frontrow.com.

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