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AUGUSTA, Ga. – What Augusta National giveth, Augusta National taketh away.
Fred Couples knows the truth of that after his tee shot at the 12th hole Sunday at the Masters.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Lee Westwood, solid for the better part of three days, is looking more like the “Thrill” of old than his playing partner Phil Mickelson.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Win or lose, K.J. Choi deserves a medal of some sort.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – With his birdie at the ninth hole Sunday at the Masters, Tiger Woods made the turn to the back nine just three shots off the lead.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Fred Couples said he has some “machines” with him this week that help him prepare his sore back for play.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods let loose his first big smile on this Masters Sunday.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods pulled his opening drive on Sunday closer to the ninth fairway than he’s been for most of the week.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Was stopped in the player’s parking lot by Nathan Smith, the Pittsburg investment adviser who played his second Masters this week.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – It may be a new Tiger Woods on display this week at Augusta National, but the four-time green jacket winner showed up on Sunday wearing the same red he has made famous.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – When Phil Mickelson kept plucking driver from his bag at tight driving holes at the Shell Houston Open last week, Butch Harmon didn’t react the way everyone else did.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Butch Harmon hiked outside the ropes following his pupil, Phil Mickelson, during Saturday’s wild third round of the Masters.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – He’s probably too far back to make a realistic run at his first major championship on Sunday at Augusta National, but Ricky Barnes is fast becoming a major player.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – You will hear the term, “traditional Sunday pins” today and, by and large, the powers that be stay to a well-crafted script.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Some excerpts from media reactions to Tiger Woods’ letting loose profanity after bad shots Saturday at the Masters:
AUGUSTA, Ga. – There are a lot of traditions at the Masters. Par 3 contests, champions dinners, green jackets and breakfast on the clubhouse’s verandah.