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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?

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The day’s “Gen Y” threesome didn’t disappoint. The 9:24 a.m.

Rumor has it that a crew of 500-plus are working the live coverage of the 75th Masters Tournament.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods turned in 1 under, bogeyed the 11th but is 1 up in his rematch with Graeme McDowell on Thursday at Augusta National.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Camilo Villegas did a double take as he made his way around Augusta National in his best start in five Masters’ appearances.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Carl Jackson heard well wishers all the way around Augusta National Thursday as he toted Ben Crenshaw’s bag.

AUGUSTA, Ga.

AUGUSTA, Ga.

If a television viewer calls in a rules violation after a player has already signed his scorecard during this weeks Masters, Augusta National Golf Clubs rules committee now has the power to wave disqualification for a scorecard error.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Retief Goosen holed his second shot into the first hole for an eagle-2 and the early lead at the Masters.

Jack Nicklaus saw the shadows stretching across the first tee Thursday morning at the Masters as he and Arnold Palmer prepared to start the tournament with a ceremonial tee shot.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Arnold Palmer turned to Jack Nicklaus as they warmed up on the driving range before hitting the ceremonial first tee shots to start the 75th Masters.

The tradition, the beauty, the course, the competition, the sounds – there are many reasons to love the Masters Tournament.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus led off the 75th Masters Tournament going 2-for-2 at Augusta National’s first hole early Thursday.

The U.S. Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St.
Tim Clark was 2 under at the Par 3 Tournament, significant not so much because of the score or the event, but the fact the South African played golf.
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