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Ready to be champion this time

Bubba Watson believes he will cope with his second spell as Masters champion far better than he did the first as he set his sights on a Ryder Cup victory at Glen- eagles in September.
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Published: 15/04/2014

Luiten produces a Dutch treat

Dutchman Joost Luiten finished his final round of the 78th Masters as the leaders set off but the Ryder Cup hopeful was delighted after his superb 67 at Augusta National.
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Published: 14/04/2014

Safely in for the Masters weekend

“I’m delighted to still be in red numbers to be honest,” Gallacher said.
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Published: 12/04/2014

Gallacher on song with an assured show on Augusta’s opening day

Stephen Gallacher stuck to the script, treating his first Masters as if it were a regular Tour event and staying remarkably patient to post a 71 on his Augusta National debut.
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Published: 11/04/2014

Gallacher ready for a Masters to savour

A tournament like no other, but Stephen Gallacher is determined to try to treat the US Masters as a regular week on the European Tour.
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Published: 10/04/2014

Landmarks may fall but the splendour remains Back surgery casts fresh doubt on Tiger’s chances of surpassing the major record but Augusta still retains unique, incredible appeal

As the only major championship to be held on the same course each year, the US Masters has long had a wonderful sense of glorious continuity.
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Published: 10/04/2014

Lessons learned by a fit and focused McIlroy Northern Irishman ready for sustained charge at Augusta

Rory McIlroy admits there will be no excuses if he does not give himself a chance to complete the third leg of a career grand slam in the US Masters this week.
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Published: 09/04/2014

First day of practice is a washout as Augusta hit by thunderstorm

The bad weather arrived earlier than forecast and led to an announcement shortly after 10am asking spectators to leave the grounds and seek shelter.
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Published: 08/04/2014
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