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  • Twenty players to watch this week in the Masters

    Twenty players to watch this week in the Masters (Career wins include sanctioned events on the PGA Tour or the European Tour): Adam Scott Age/Nation: 33/Australia Official World Golf Ranking: 2 Career wins: 17 Marquee wins: Deutsche Bank...
  • Strange backs Scott to respond to adversity

    AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Curtis Strange was shocked by Adam Scott's meltdown at last month's Arnold Palmer Invitational but the double U.S. Open champion believes the Australian will bounce back at this week's Masters. The world number two...
  • Who's the Master's favorite? Take your pick

    Only one prediction can be made with certainty about the 78th Masters Tournament: Tiger Woods will extend his winless streak at Augusta National to nine years. You can't win if you don't play and Woods, a four-time Masters champion and 14-time major...
  • Tiger Woods aside, the field is looking healthy for the Masters

    Tiger Woods and his surgically repaired back certainly won't be teeing off at Augusta National this week, but it seems the rest of the injury list for the Masters has dwindled considerably. As recently as a week ago, there had been concern about...
  • Expect the unexpected at next week's Masters

    Expect the unexpected at next week's Masters
    April 3 (Reuters) - As the first of the season's four major championships, the Masters has always been the most keenly anticipated, a veritable golfing 'rite of spring' that brings together the game's leading players in Augusta, Georgia. This year, that...
  • Palmer expects Tiger to be a force in future majors

    (Reuters) - Arnold Palmer said on Thursday he expects Tiger Woods to bounce back from his recent surgery for a pinched nerve in his back and once again challenge to win major championships. Palmer, a seven-time major champion, said that while he did...
  • Marcus Hayes: Who will take the baton from a declining Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson?

    The Tradition Unlike Any Other this year might earn its motto in a most undesired manner. Unlike any other year in recent memory the giants of the game could be absent, with no field of worthies to fill their shoes. Tiger Woods, 38, underwent back...
  • Woods to miss Masters after back surgery

    (Reuters) - Tiger Woods announced on Tuesday he would miss next week's Masters after undergoing back surgery for a pinched nerve that has troubled him for months. The world number one pulled out of his traditional Masters warm-up event in Florida last...
  • Tiger Woods undergoes back procedure, will not play in the Masters

    Four-time Masters champion Tiger Woods is out of next week's first major of the season after undergoing surgery on a disc in his back. And he could be off the course for weeks or even months. Woods' website announced Tuesday that he had "undergone a...
  • Tiger's last act should be mesmerizing

    Tiger's last act should be mesmerizing
    The last act to come in the prime golfing life of Tiger Woods promises to be a mesmerizing one-man show, so quiet on the tee. Tiger always has had a flair for the dramatic, but he's upped the ante now. He has interrupted his chase of Jack Nicklaus...
  • Tiger Woods will miss Masters after back surgery

    Tiger Woods will miss Masters after back surgery
    With Tiger Woods recuperating from back surgery, the Masters could suffer from a shortage of star power when first-round play begins next week. The world's No. 1-ranked golfer might be joined on the sideline by two colleagues in the top five —...
  • Tiger Woods will miss Masters after back surgery for pinched nerve

    Tiger Woods will miss the Masters after undergoing surgery for a pinched nerve that has been hurting him for months. The top-ranked golfer made the announcement on his website Tuesday morning, explaining he will need several weeks of rehabilitation....