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AUGUSTA, Ga. – The seal has been removed, both metaphorically and otherwise, and the result is . . .

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AUGUSTA, Ga. – As the winds pick up at Augusta National an enlightening conversation with Jim Furyk earlier in the week seems apropos.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Spotted Hank Haney and Stevie Williams heading for Augusta National’s sprawling new practice tee just past noon on Thursday.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Same Masters champion, different caddie on Angel Cabrera’s bag as he headed down the first fairway on Thursday to begin his title defense.

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Golf Channel analyst and three time Masters champion Sir Nick Faldo chimes in on Tiger Woods return at Augusta and what obstacles he believes the world's number one will face this weekend.
Notah Begay serves as Golf Channel analyst and tells you why Tiger Woods' putting is the key to his success this weekend at Augusta.

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AUGUSTA, Ga. – Jack Nicklaus began his career as a ceremonial golfer on Thursday at the Masters, joining Arnold Palmer on the first tee just before 8 a.m.

Its hard work making Augusta National look so beautiful.
The King offers up yet another roar, and talk of Freddy, the Big Easy and, yes, Tiger.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods showed up to accept his 2009 Player of the Year Award Wednesday night at the Golf Writers Association of America annual awards dinner on the eve of the Masters.

Most of the old-timers have faded away, relegated to the par-3 tournament or ceremonial duties.
Billy Payne said Wednesday that in the future Woods won't be judged by his performance on the golf course.
Ernie Els is feeling at ease at this year's Masters because of his success in 2010.

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