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My Masters crystal ball: Past champions always good bets

  Of golf’s four majors, the Masters is the only one in which you can be almost guaranteed to pick the winner from a top-10 list of contenders. Long-shots whose games appear ill-suited to Augusta National seldom slip on a green jacket, though there are occasional exceptions like Trevor Immelman and Mike Weir. 0 read more
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April 06, 2016

Adam Scott Serves Creepy Bug-Like Dish At Masters Dinner (Photos)

From the green jacket to the Crow’s Nest, the Masters is all about tradition. One tradition is the Masters Champions Dinner, which is hosted by the previous year’s winner at Augusta National. It’s also the reigning champ’s job to pick the menu. Last year’s winner, Adam Scott, went with some authentic Australian cuisine for this year’s feast, which might have scared away...
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