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4/7/04 -- Defending champion Mike Weir and three-time Masters winner Tiger Woods have late afternoon tee times for the first round.
4/7/04 -- Martha Burk's sex-discrimination inquiry into Wall Street companies whose top executives are members of Augusta National will pack a legal punch.
4/7/04 -- Len Mattiace is a man of perseverance. It took him 15 years to make his second trip to Augusta National, and he made it a visit few will ever forget.
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4/7/04 -- Augusta National chairman Hootie Johnson said his club and the Masters are moving on, eager to get past the contentious women's issues that enveloped the tournament last year.
4/7/04 -- Tournament officials announced on Wednesday that the playoff format at the Masters has been changed.
4/7/04 -- Tiger Woods is the betting favorite to win the Masters for the fourth time, and yet there is a feeling this major has never been so ripe with contenders.
4/7/04 -- Michelle Wie accepted an invitation to compete in the 2004 edition of the prestigious Samsung World Championship Wednesday.
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4/7/04 -- When asked how he hoped his final tournament would end, more than likely Friday at the 36-hole cut, Arnold Palmer was quick with his answer.
A few random and not-so-random things you should know about the Masters before the balls go in the air Thursday.
4/6/04 -- This year, an Aussie might finally don the green jacket. Too bad Greg Norman won't be around to see it.
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4/6/04 - When I am on my deathbed, I can tell the doc ' and any golfer who is within earshot ' that I went to the Masters 12 times.
4/6/04 -- A cola in his hand and a cigarette never too far from his lips, John Daly never looked more at ease
4/6/04 -- Martha Burk's road to change Augusta National's policies is taking a detour through Wall Street.
4/6/04 -- Why is a player's career ultimately remembered by how he or she fares in the four major championships?
4/6/04 - Vijay Singh can still remember that day in April of 1994 very well. It was his first Masters and it was just a bit overwhelming.
4/5/04 -- Augusta National is rarely as peaceful as the Sunday before the Masters. No fans. No cameras. No pressure.
4/5/04 - Arnold Palmer had started 1960 rather slowly ' for him. He had just one win in the seasons first eight tournaments .