"I'll be taking notes," said Casey, who shot a one-under 71 in the opening round of the Masters on Thursday.
If you're looking for someone to break out of the pack Friday, Casey would be as good a bet as anyone. He opened with a 79 at Augusta last year before storming back to eventually finish in a tie for 10th place. He did the same thing at the U.S. Open, matching his T10 finish at Augusta despite an opening-round 77. His second round has been lower than his first, sometimes by a considerable margin, in six of his last seven major starts. (Photo: Andrew Redington/Getty Images)