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4/12/06 -- U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell lost his chance to play in the Memorial with three bad weeks.
4/12/06 -- Wendy Ward beat Lorena Ochoa and Paula Creamer last year to capture the LPGA Takefuji Classic. She's back in Las Vegas this week.
4/12/06 -- Ernie Els may be in South Carolina for this week's Verizon Heritage, but talk is still centering around Phil Mickelson's victory down the road at the Masters.
4/12/06 -- The words came quietly and in a measured way from David Toms, a measured and respected member of the PGA Tour.
4/11/06 -- When the historians look back one day and chronicle everything Tiger Woods has done, it might not be at the top of the list. Heck, it might not even be a footnote.
4/11/06 -- With the previously eliminated Becky Lucidi now back into the mix, tension and drama are at an all-time high on the Big Break V: Hawaii.
4/11/06 -- Wendy Ward returns to Las Vegas this week for the 54-hole LPGA Takefuji Classic.
4/11/06 -- It seems that everybody is chasing more distance and will do almost anything to get it. Distance without accuracy is useless, if the object is to get the ball into the hole from the teeing ground in the fewest number of strokes.
4/11/06 -- The wit and wisdom of Bobby Jones went a long way at this Masters. The course has changed dramatically, but one thing holds true.
4/11/06 -- It showed in the Rolex World Rankings, where the only change in the top 20 came near the bottom.
4/11/06 -- The University of Kentucky mens golf team won its first tournament of the season with a 10-under par 854 at the Courtyard by Marriott Intercollegiate in Raleigh, N.C.
4/11/06 -- The PGA TOUR event in Hartford was brought back to life Tuesday with a new title sponsor and a spot on the FedEx Cup portion of the schedule starting in 2007.
Well, its not your fathers Masters any more. Nor, for that matter, is it even your big brothers.
Augusta National has been severally revamped. Its now the U.S.