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Monologue If I can just stick this one on to the fairway, hit the green, two putt Ive got a par and I will have surely got the masters. MeId have won the masters.

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Introduction

Monologue Lee Slattery, a 21 year old man from England is walking from the 17th green to the 18th tee box in the last round of the U.S masters at Augusta, National, in his first ever Major appearance and is one shot clear of Tiger Woods. Just one hole left, come on you can do this.... I don't remember this walk taking this long last time I did it yesterday. ...read more.

Middle

Is it me or is it really getting hot out here? Look at the sweat patches on me, that's disgusting, what will the people watching at home think? My shirt is drenched with it! Ah who cares what they think I'm going to win a major I think they'd be sweating as well. If I can just stick this one on to the fairway, hit the green, two putt I've got a par and I will have surely got the masters. ...read more.

Conclusion

I can't hear with all this chanting, what are they saying? Who are they cheering for? Who cares who they are cheering for? It doesn't matter, why am I even thinking about it? Just concentrate, stop shaking and concentrate. Lee then moves forward an tee's up his ball, and starts his pre shot routine. Pull up the sleeve, pick your spot, line up the face and rip it, don't let him think you're nervous or scared, however much you may be sweating. Right, 1...2.....3.... ...read more.

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