Masters 2014: Tiger Woods can beat my record – Jack Nicklaus

Can Tiger Woods still break Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 Majors? Jack Nicklaus believes so, despite the latest injury setback that has caused the world number one golfer to miss the Masters for the first time since his debut in 1995. Woods, 38, won’t be at Augusta National as the golf world gathers for the Masters in April. He recovers from back surgery, but the debate that shadows him will be there. He has left 14 major titles untouched sin...

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Master’s Eisenhower Tree: removed with no replacement

The Eisenhower Tree, a famous 65-foot loblolly pine at the Masters, U.S., was a living legend on the left side of 17th fairway at Augusta National, until a February storm this year. The Tree was removed two months ago and, although the hole looks drastically different, opinions vary on whether the spot should be filled with another tree. Probably the most respected opinion belongs to Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player – golf’s Big Th...

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Billy Casper out of hospital after fainting at Augusta National

Former Masters champion Billy Casper, 82, was hospitalized Wednesday night after accidentally fainting at Augusta National Golf Club during his visit there. Casper, who won the 1970 Masters for the first time by beating Gene Littler in an 18-hole playoff, was taken to an undisclosed hospital and stayed there overnight for observation, according to a spokesman for Casper. He was released Thursday morning and was resting at a home in Georgia ...

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Lefty cards 76 in Masters Round 1, ‘wasn’t the best day’

Thursday, the first day of the Masters, was a beautiful day to start the 2014 Tournament. The sun was shining, the course was giving and taking away, the bulk of the field kept at bay by cruel pin placements and fast greens. A couple under par was excellent golf. The round had its moments, though, good and bad. Phil Mickelson opened the week at Augusta National with a 76, matching his highest opening-round score at the Masters and droppi...

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