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Putting Dooms Field

Posted: 04/10/2006 - The difference between Mickelson winning and finishing back in the pack was simple...putting and putting well. To win at the National, you have to.

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Phil Mickelson wins Masters

Updated: 04/10/2006 - It wasn't that long ago that Phil Mickelson was described as the best player never to have won a major. How things change in short order. With a second win at Augusta, Lefty now has three major victories.

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Wind plays major factor in Friday's Round 2

Posted: 04/08/2006 - After a near perfect day Thursday, the winds of change blew in Friday afternoon and changed the complexion of Augusta National. To a golfer, the crazy winds made scoring at a premium.

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Caddies proof that majors are team sports

Posted: 04/06/2006 - Their job is a tough one--lugging a 40-pound golf bag up and down a hilly Augusta National. But the job of the caddy is much more than heavy lifting...or club selection. Golfers often depend on them for a different kind of support--the emotional kind.

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Nicklaus in favor of ball changes

Posted: 04/06/2006 - One of those being vocal about the course changes is none other than Jack Nicklaus. Of course with the equipment changes and just the pure strength of today's hitters, the ball is going a lot farther.

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Amateur Clay Ogden looks forward to excitement

Posted: 04/06/2006 - Unlike a lot of tournaments, the Masters invites a number of amateurs as a reward to solid play during big events. This year, five have been invited. One of them is 21-year-old Clay Ogden, who's currently on the BYU golf team.

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Players see changes to Augusta National

Updated: 04/03/2006 - Players and fans arriving for their first day at the course are being greeted by some major changes this year. While everyone was busy with vacation this past summer, the folks at Augusta National were busy too...reshaping the golf course.

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Augusta native Vaughn Taylor tees off Monday

Updated: 04/03/2006 - The reason all the people were out at the Augusta National Monday was to watch all the golfers. Signing in and heading out to practice are traditions too. The majority of the golfers arrived at the course Monday, signing in then teeing it up for a practice round.

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First day Masters patrons travel far, brave weather

Updated: 04/03/2006 - It is golf's most prestigious tournament, and so even a forecast of rain doesn't dampen the spirits of those fortunate enough to land the hottest ticket in town this week.

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Stay hydrated, out of the sun

Updated: 04/03/2006 - The temperatures are supposed to be in the 80s all week, and that can be dangerous for people out all day at the Masters Tournament. News 12's Stephanie Baker spent the day Monday out on Washington Road and found that not everyone knows how to stay safe under the sun.

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Three golf pros host annual Adaptive Golf Clinic

Updated: 04/03/2006 - Three pro golfers helped with a special tournament Monday. Vaughn Taylor, Charles Howell, and Jim Dent hosted the annual Adaptive Golf Clinic and Tournament, sponsored by Walton Rehabilitation Health Systems.

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Threat of rain not enough to keep Masters fans away

Updated: 04/03/2006 - The gates are open, the course is ready and Augusta's biggest week is officially underway. The eyes of golf fans all over the world will be glued to Augusta this week. As always, News 12 is your home for Masters coverage.

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Profile: Second-Timer Ted Purdy

Posted: 04/03/2006 - Ask anyone in this year's field: they all remember their first ever Masters appearance. Ted Purdy is no exception. A year ago he made his masters debut. What a crazy week it was.

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Players start to arrive

Updated: 04/03/2006 - While a good portion of the field won't roll into Augusta till tomorrow, a fair number have already arrived. For a Masters rookie like Ben Crane, there's plenty of emotion of being a part of the tradition.

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Profile: Masters Rookie Jason Bohn

Updated: 04/03/2006 - The game of golf is filled with big personalities. Probably the biggest of this year's rookie class at the Masters is Jason Bohn.

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Profile: Masters Rookie Sean O'Hair

Updated: 03/30/2006 - At age 23, Masters rookie Sean O'Hair has been through a lot. That's just off the course. On the course he's one of the young up-and-comers with a bright future.

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Profile: Masters Rookie Lucas Glover

Updated: 03/30/2006 - Luck plays a part in every sport, and PGA golfer Lucas Glover would be the first to admit that. The 26-year-old Masters rookie is in this year's field thanks in large part to a little help from Lady Luck.

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Profile: Masters Rookie Bart Bryant

Posted: 03/29/2006 - Over 1/3 of the field invited to this year's Masters are over 40. Of those men, only one is a first-timer. Success came late to Bart Bryant.

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Profile: Masters Rookie Carl Pettersson

Posted: 03/28/2006 - Hailing from Sweden, Carl Pettersson has already been a world traveler. He moved to England when he was 10, then made the trek across the pond to Greensboro, North Carolina. All by the ripe old age of 18.

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GreenJackets get "Masterful" makeover

Posted: 03/10/2006 - When Ripken Baseball took over the Augusta GreenJackets, they said they wanted the team to have the best of everything...and they weren't kidding.

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Devil Rays 6, Braves 3

Posted: 03/10/2006 - Seth McClung took another step toward becoming the Devil Rays' opening day starter after pitching three shutout innings in a 6-to-3 win over the Atlanta Braves today. McClung has pitched five innings this spring without allowing a run.

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