Ron Sirak, the Executive Editor of Golf World Magazine, joined Ed & Steve to talk about The Masters. At the event Adam Scott came from behind on Sunday to become the first Australian to win.

Steve started off with should have been disqualified. Sirak said he didn’t think so because the committee made the mistake not Tiger. They should have talked to Tiger after it happened.

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Ed asked about people being able to call in about players making mistakes. Sirak thinks that you need a rules official sitting in a booth watching for mistakes and not allow people to call in with mistakes.

Ed asked about the finish and where it rates in Masters history. Sirak told him that golf can produce so many of these classics and that it is sort of like baseball in that events can change very quick.

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Steve wanted to know if there was anything that really stuck out from the Masters. Sirak told the guys that Adam Scott should have won a major a long time ago but the reason is he never could putt.