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AUGUSTA, Ga. – Phil Mickelson could barely keep his ball in the fairway in Thursday’s first round of the Masters, but he managed to salvage a respectable start with his short game.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Although Tiger Woods is six strokes off the lead following an opening 71 at Augusta National, there were facts behind his optimism on Thursday.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Maybe the golf world is beyond being surprised by a Y.E. Yang sighting on a major leaderboard, his caddie Mike Bestor sure is.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Ben Crenshaw said finding putting lines can be tough on a day like Thursday at the Masters, but finding the right pace can be absolutely maddening.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – As painful as Tim Clark’s opening 73 at the Masters was, it was the severe tendinitis in his right elbow that really hurt.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – As Rory McIlroy was preparing for his third Masters appearance on Wednesday night, he and a few buddies came back from time at the mall to throw around a football.
Q: I would like to know two things about grip pressure. Does it change from shorter to longer clubs; for instance do you need to grip a 3-iron harder than a 7-iron?