The Sunday before the Masters is a members' day at Augusta National Golf Club, the last members' day until the 77th Masters champion is fitted for a Green Jacket.
Most Sundays are sleepy at Augusta National, but this one was not typical.
Condoleezza Rice, a member since August, when she was invited to be one of the two initial women's members of Augusta National, teed it up on the first tee with three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson.
Member Ron Townsend, former president of Gannett Television Group, went off next with a group of members.
And following Townsend's group was Adam Scott and Martin Kaymer, along with another member.
Keegan Bradley, Jason Dufner, Francesco Molinari and Matteo Manassero teed off on the 10th hole, as 1973 champion Tommy Aaron teed it up with a friend off the first.
"The course is spot on," Scott said of the conditions of Augusta National before teeing it up.
Scott played on Saturday, as well, and believes that Augusta N...