April 5, 2007
AUGUSTA, Ga.---Practice is over and the pressure is on with the Tournament starting. But there are two men in this year's field who seem to have found the secret for staying cool under fire at the Augusta National.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have won six Masters between them.
The Green Jacket ceremony at the end of the Tournament has become a yearly reunion, as the two have been taking turns helping the other put on the prize.
At the moment, they are the two most dominant players in the field and have monopolized much of the pre-tournament talk. Many would like to see Tiger vs. Phil on Sunday.
So where does that leave the rest of the field? Well, you ask most everyone, and they're chasing Tiger. Even with Phil's success, most of the players say Woods is the man to beat...and doing it won't be easy.