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Jordan Spieth reveals how a recent trip to Augusta helped him rid his Masters demons

Jordan Spieth’s collapse at the 2016 Masters was a historical one. Unprecedented, in many ways, and one that will undoubtedly haunt him for years.

But Spieth is working through it, and ahead of 2017’s first PGA Tour event — SBS Tournament of Champions — he opened up about a trip in December to Augusta National that helped him conquer his demons on the 12th hole, the site of his infamous quad: 158 more words

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Tiger Woods, Barbara Boxer, the Rules of Golf and the Electoral College

Bear with me for a minute.

Let’s say it’s 2000 and Tiger Woods is charging toward the 72nd hole of the Masters. Were he to win, it would give Woods all four major professional majors in 2000. 682 more words

A local business just made so much money selling its land to Augusta National

Augusta National seems to be in a never-ending period of expansion nowadays, constantly tweaking and updating so its practically perfect golf club becomes even more pristine.  195 more words

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True story: Augusta National almost hosted the Olympics

This really is one of golf’s all-time great what ifs.

Augusta National has always been an ardent supporter of the Olympics, which makes sense, considering the course’s own history with amateurism and the Olympics’ obvious connection. 242 more words

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Masters 2016: Spieth’s collapse, Willett’s triumph

Caleb Bailey, Sports Editor

The 2016 Masters have come and gone and the dust is just settling at Augusta National just a few hours west of here. 476 more words

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Race Report: 2016 Augusta University Half Marathon

February 28, 2016:

I had never run a half marathon by itself before, so I thought it would be beneficial to me to give it a shot. 176 more words

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Scott Simmons Interview – Part 3 – Accomplishments, Public Players, and Augusta

A Quick Nine with Scott Simmons, CEO of Golf Canada

@36aday is pleased to introduce interviews with leaders in the game of golf in Canada. Nine questions are presented to probe important issues of the game, personal experiences, stories and insight. 1,449 more words

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