Sport: Master of the Masters

Surveying the Augusta National Golf Club for the first time, a Sunday golfer might be moved to wonder what all the shouting was about. For the site of the annual Masters tournament (and favorite course of President Eisenhower) is a deceptively simple layout, and par seems to invite a licking. But the masters of golf know better. The best pros have to scramble to stay on top at Augusta, and in the first 19 years of the tournament no amateur ever won the Masters. Last week, when 84 players teed off for the 20th...

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