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Jack Nicklaus hopes to continue ceremonial tee shot tradition at Masters

By Stephen Hennessey

This April, when the golf world's attention turns to Augusta National as it does at the start of every spring, it will mark two special 50th anniversaries.

In 1963, a then-23-year-old Jack Nicklaus, coming off his historic playoff win against Arnold Palmer at the 1962 U.S. Open, became the youngest winner in Masters history.

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Stingers: Colin Montgomerie is a Hall of Famer?

By Alex Myers

I'll admit, I was never much of a Colin Montgomerie fan. But that changed -- at least, briefly -- when I drew the plum assignment of following the Scot around Winged Foot in one of Sunday's final groups at the 2006 U.S. Open.

A week shy of his 43rd birthday and with his career in its twilight, Monty managed to hold things together...

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Star Wars headcovers: May the course be with you

By John Strege We're not sure when headcovers made the transition from functional to fanciful, but clearly they're no longer used simply to prevent woods from getting dinged. Headcovers these days are often reflections of......

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Callaway gets in the speed game with X Hot irons

By Stephen Hennessey Reengineering the face of an iron to make it behave with the same flexibility idea seen in drivers has been a big story with some of the introductions we've already seen this fall,......

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How Tom Watson's Ryder Cup captaincy really took shape

By Tim Rosaforte

Breaking the mold on American Ryder Cup captaincy, as the PGA of America did with a blockbuster announcement Thursday in New York, all began with the writings of Jim Huber. When a copy of the essayist's book, "Four Days In July," on Tom Watson's mythical run at the Open Championship in 2009, was placed in the hands of Ted Bishop...

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