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AUGUSTA, Ga. – K.J. Choi hoisted his approach at the par-4 14th hole high into a breezy sky and watched with the pleased look of a man who knew a secret few others have figured out.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – He suffered great humiliation but no loss of skill. In two days, Tiger Woods obliterated any concern that he’d be a different player.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Ian Poulter, the fashion consciousness of the PGA Tour, was asked after his second consecutive 68 put him one shot off the lead at the Masters what goes with a green jacket?
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Fred Couples’ famously rickety back was bothering him in Friday’s second round of the Masters.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – The airspace over Augusta National is much more quiet on Friday.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee withdrew after 10 holes of the Masters Friday with an elbow injury.
Jaidee was 6-over through 28 holes.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Soren Kjeldsen says the higher scores Friday at the Masters are partly due to the more difficult setups of the par 5s.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Nick Watney opened the Masters with a 68 on Thursday and was among the early finishers Friday, posting 76.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – You wonder if there’s a dial somewhere in the Augusta National clubhouse.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – What a pleasant stroll on the front nine Friday at the Masters.
Way too pleasant.
You could hear birds chirping and the straw crunching under your feet.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods was tied for eighth as he made his turn to the back nine Friday at the Masters.