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More Masters features, news


Players to watch
ESPN Golf Online's Greg Robertson says there are plenty of contenders to challenge the hottest player in golf.

Players amazed by Duval
Even fellow players are in awe of David Duval's recent achievements.

Trio took center stage in '98
Mark O'Meara, Fred Couples and David Duval were the stars in a Sunday drama at Augusta.

Changes make Augusta even harder
Players expect higher scores this year thanks to the added distance and new rough at Augusta.

Book excerpt: O'Meara overlooked
From John Feinstein's "The Majors," Mark O'Meara was hardly the favorite heading into the 1998 Masters.

Clock ticking on Norman
Shoulder surgery and age are the latest obstacles for Greg Norman at Augusta, writes ESPN Golf Online's Bob Harig.

The game within the game
A Sunday showdown between David Duval and Tiger Woods is something everybody seems to want.

Rested Westwood ready to contend
Lee Westwood feels he's ready for Augusta by playing less.

Masters spotlight shines on Duval
He's won four tournaments this year and is ranked No. 1 in the world, so the attention is focused on David Duval.

It's not your father's Augusta
ESPN's Jimmy Roberts says the rough at Augusta National is the latest change to the course.

New sensation
Golf Magazine says 19-year-old amateur Sergio Garcia is Europe's newest Masters hope.

Azinger makes his point
Rankings have become more important than victories in determining the field, and that is wrong says Paul Azinger.

Par-3 contest
The Wednesday competition is a guide to the big event. No player has ever won both in the same season. From Golf Magazine.

Bear won't prowl Augusta fairways
Jack Nicklaus will miss The Masters for the first time in his professional career because of recent hip surgery.

A lasting legacy
From Golf Magazine: Thanks to Bobby Jones, The Masters remains loyal to amateurs, even as their numbers have dwindled.

Will amateurs make noise in 1999?
Frank Stranahan, Billy Joe Patton and Ken Venturi all came close, but no amateur has ever won The Masters.

Finding a watery grave
Golf Magazine's David Feherty has Georgia on his mind and his own tale of preparing for The Masters.

What's for dinner?
From Golf Magazine: Pros dream of victory and their choices for The Masters champions dinner.

From the beginning
Augusta's veterans recall the first Masters 65 years ago with Golf Magazine.

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