It's the start of Masters week, which means everyone is at even par, nobody's been cut and anything can happen.
Before the real golf begins on Thursday, here are five dream storylines I'd love to see play out this week.
1. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in the final pairing on Sunday: The Tiger/Rory McIlroy rivalry (if we're calling it that) is fine, but I think everybody wants at least a few more Tiger/Phil battles at majors before all is said and done. Jim Nantz wouldn't be able to sleep on Saturday night if we had a Tiger/Phil final pairing.
2. A Georgia boy chasing the green jacket: The most obvious choice is Matt Kuchar but I would take Russell Henley or Stewart Cink as well. Sadly, the only Augusta native in this year's Masters is
3. Lee Westwood finally winning his first major: He's been so close so many times. Second at the 2010 Masters, third at the 2008 and 2011 U.S. Opens, second at the 2010 British Open, and T3 at the 2009 PGA Championship -- but he hasn't been able to seal the deal. The real dream scenario is if he can win one of the next few British Opens, but this would do just fine as well for the 39-year-old Englishman.
5. An amateur puts on the green jacket: The closest an amateur ever got was
It would be incredible to see an amateur in the mix on the weekend.