This week’s #WNSTSweet16 sets up to be “Master-ful”

April 07, 2014 | Glenn Clark

This week’s #WNSTSweet16 sets up to be “Master-ful”

2014 marks our 16th year serving the community as Baltimore’s sports media leader. But you already knew that because you threw us that AMAZING quinceanera last August. By the way, I feel as though I haven’t fully explained just how amazing that waltz was that you did with your parents at the event. It was beautiful.

Believe it or not, there are a few people who actually weren’t aware we’re celebrating year sixteen at WNST. To mark our 16th year, we’ve been looking over some of the more significant “water cooler” topics of the WNST era and trying to settle the arguments using a group of lists we’ve called the #WNSTSweet16. There have already been 13 weeks and 13 lists, here’s a look back if you missed any of them.

(The “Sweet 16″ is driven by our friends at Jerry’s Automotive-Jerry’s Chevrolet & Jerry’s Toyota Scion!)

Week 13: Luke Jones-Sweet 16 greatest pro wrestling moments in Baltimore history
Week 12: Luke Jones-Sweet 16 local sports goofballs/personalities
Week 11: Glenn Clark-Sweet 16 local sports saints-athletes who gave back
Week 10: Nestor Aparicio-Sweet 16 events a Baltimore sports fan must attend
Week 9: Drew Forrester-Sweet 16 greatest Baltimore college basketball players
Week 8: Luke Jones-Sweet 16 Orioles who didn’t live up to the hype
Week 7: Glenn Clark-Sweet 16 most underappreciated Maryland basketball players
Week 6: Drew Forrester-Sweet 16 local sports “Heartbreakers”
Week 5: Luke Jones-Sweet 16 local Olympic sport athletes
Week 4: Drew Forrester-Sweet 16 local athletes who deserved to win a championship but didn’t
Week 3: Nestor Aparicio-Sweet 16 local sports people who “had a dream”
Week 2: Luke Jones-Sweet 16 local sports playoff moments
Week 1: Glenn Clark-Sweet 16 “debuts” in local sports history

Drew Forrester is back in the driver’s seat for this week’s list. It’s with that in mind that I should mention I’ll be joining Luke Jones on the D&L Window Tinting Morning Reaction this coming Wednesday morning?

Where’s Drew going to be? Well…where do you think? I’ll give you a hint, there may be a pimento and cheese sandwich in his immediate future.

That’s right, Drew is headed to Augusta to take in the final practice round at The Masters. At least that’s what he tells us. I think we all know well enough to know he’s really going to Augusta to follow Jim Nantz around all day and discuss wines together. (He’ll be back Thursday morning and then presumably glued to his television for the rest of the weekend.)

With Drew’s trip in mind, this week’s Sweet 16 list steps outside of Charm City and to the place where the azaleas are always in bloom. This week’s topic is “Sweet 16 Masters moments of the last 30 years”.

I think we all know at least a few of the moments that will make Drew’s list. Tiger Woods’ dominant win in 1997 to claim his first major title seems like a pretty safe bet to crack the compilation. Jack Nicklaus’ stunning 1986 triumph comes in just under the wire to be eligible for the list. Bubba Watson’s hook shot just a couple of years back could likely end up being the most recent moment on the list and that Eldrick fella also made a pretty significant chip shot in 2005 that I’d have to imagine would be a consideration.

What else makes the list? Victories from Adam Scott or Angel Cabrera? A certain well known Greg Norman collapse? I’m glad Drew is handling this one because…well…we all know this probably wouldn’t go well if I was left in charge. In fact, in case I forget to mention it Wednesday morning when I’m in for Drew-I’m going to let it be known now that my pick to win this weekend in Augusta is Chi Chi Rodriguez. It’s bound to work out at some point.

Drew wants your ideas. Leave them here in the comments or email him via drew@wnst.net. We will be discussing the list throughout the day Monday on AM1570 WNST.net. We’d love to have you Tweet with us or discuss the topic via Facebook by using the hashtag #WNSTSweet16.

On Tuesday morning, Drew will unveil the “official” list here at WNST.net and then discuss it with Luke on “The D&L Window Tinting Morning Reaction” at 8am. He will then re-visit the list at 4pm Tuesday with Nestor Aparicio on “The Happy Hours”.

Which memories of green jackets, the Butler cabin and Flowering Crab Apples have stood out the most for you over the course of the last three decades? Make your voice heard!

-G

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  1. steve gentile Says:

    Ben Crenshaw winning in 1995 after Harvey Penick passed away!!

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