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The travel weary South African only arrived in the morning on the eve of the tournament after a 30-hour flight from the United States and could not practice as his clubs only arrived in the evening. Schwartzel, who bogeyed the second and third,
School officials in a Georgia county say they've launched an investigation to try and figure out how Masters Tournament badges that were supposed to go to local students instead were sold to ticket scalpers. The Augusta Chronicle reports the badges
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He did it again! Tiger Woods tosses his golf club on the 16th and 17th hole during the final round of the 2011 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. He throws his golf club out of frustration when he missed the putt at 16th hole
Today is the final round of the Masters Tournament 2011, sad to say the usual Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods played out and faded fron the Masters Leaderboard. Tiger Woods was tied
Filipino-Australian Jason Day posts a third-round 72 and is 4 strokes off the leader co-group Rory McIlroy heading into final round at Masters 2011 on Sunday. Jason Day finished with 8-under and Will play with fellow Aussie Adam Scott for final
Fortunately I didn't put any pennies on Martin Kaymer for an inaugural green jacket. Any post-National, post-cut disaster stories to tell from any of you lot would be gratefully appreciated, although I hope there aren't too many to tell.....And I ain'
Who knew he had it in him? A has been. No threat. No chance in the neither-lands. A former Master without a whip. As links aficionados watched in amazement on the annual April quarter of the big four, Tiger Woods stunned the young guns. The
Augusta is a vast place, more like a golf course within a 350-acre theme park. It is packaged-for-television drama that is real, but it is also a real place where the unexamined happens off camera and where people go decidedly off script. As much as