Andy Ogletree on his strategy to deal with pressure this week | Masters Press Conference


Andy Ogletree addresses the media prior to the 2020 Masters Tournament.

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7 thoughts on “Andy Ogletree on his strategy to deal with pressure this week | Masters Press Conference

  1. Out of all the Years before and all the Amateur's thats tried to win the masters as the dreams of Bobby Jones and many golfers alive today, this year is the best chance they have ever had because of the no fans. Think if it would be any year it would be 2020 because of it. Gl but Im pulling for Tiger if not Tiger i would love to see Ricky Fowler or Rory Win. If a amateur won they would instantly become famous and hold a piece of history all on there own well with one man, Francis Oewment

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