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Amateurs miss cut but learn from experience

Masters 2009: Tournament Headline

Posted: 04/10/2009 - It's the highlights of any golfer's career: playing in your first Masters. It's even more special when you're an amateur. All five in this year's field didn't make the cut but the experience of playing in the Masters was all they imagined.

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Co-Leaders at The Masters

Updated: 04/17/2009 - Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell shared the lead at the midway point of the Masters on Friday while Tiger Woods was seven strokes off the pace heading into the weekend.

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Mize struggles a bit on Day Two

Larry Mize

Posted: 04/10/2009 - Today wasn't the best of days for former Masters champ Larry Mize, but it could have been a lot worse.

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Bringing Masters to the masses

IBM running Masters.com

Posted: 04/10/2009 - Not all Masters fans are lucky enough to be out on the fairways in person. Most are stuck at home or the office. But there's something special for them, too.

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Dr. J comes to the Masters

Julius Irving

Updated: 04/10/2009 - It's always fun to see celebrities show up for the Masters. Today News 12 spotted Dr. J--Julius Erving of NBA fame.

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Winds pick up on cut day

Chad Campbell

Posted: 04/10/2009 - It's day two of the Masters, and boy have things changed quickly. The winds have picked up and the scores are headed in the opposite direction.

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Masters champs honored in special museum

Museum of past Masters champions

Posted: 04/10/2009 - When you win the green jacket, a couple of things happen: you're invited back to the Masters for life, and you get your own spot in a very special museum.

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Masters helps spring break day camps boom

Kids at Masters Week camp

Updated: 04/10/2009 - While some area golf courses are having trouble this week other business are booming. The North Augusta Family Y is wrapping up their own masters week and kids are showing up to masters camp in record numbers.

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Par-Tee a success in Downtown Aiken

Downtown Aiken, April 9, 2009

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Augusta isn't the only city benefiting from Masters week. The Aiken Downtown Development Association decided to get in on the Masters fun this year with a golf themed night.

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Former champs playing well in 1st round

Masters 2009: Tournament Headline

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Augusta National is no easy golf course. That's why knowing it well is one of the keys to success. And who would know it better than former champions.

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Junior Pass program brings more kids to the course

Kids with title "Junior Pass Program"

Updated: 04/09/2009 - The Junior Pass program allows patrons to bring children in on their badge for free. Parents are thrilled to be able to share the magic of the Masters with their kids.

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Where to watch Masters video

Masters 2009: Tournament Headline

Posted: 04/09/2009 - Now that the Masters Tournament is officially underway, there are restrictions on what video we can bring you here on wrdw.com. Here's some information on how you can get your Masters fix.

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Masters visitors grade Augusta

Posted: 04/08/2009 - The world is watching and it took months of preparation to get the city of Augusta ready for the big show. Now we ask visitors, is Augusta making the grade?

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Tim Clark wins Par 3 Contest

Masters 2009: Tournament Headline

Posted: 04/08/2009 - Three guys managed holes in one. The most exciting shot, though, came from Gary Player.

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Players get in last day of practice

Golfers get final day of practice

Updated: 04/08/2009 - While you can get a lot out of the practice, it seems like there's always a new wrinkle. That, and the course changes from day to day.

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Masters missing local flavor

Larry Mize

Updated: 04/08/2009 - Oliver Wilson and Larry Mize are our local boys for the week. This is the first time in four years we're missing two others. Vaughn Taylor and Charles Howell III are, of course, not in the field.

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