LIGHT WORK: Nick Watney did not come to Augusta National ahead of the Masters to practice. Even when he arrived this week, he only practiced on Monday and played nine holes on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Watney is playing the Masters for the fifth straight time. He has never missed the cut, though his best was seventh place in 2010. He doesn’t know what the right formula is, so he is willing to try this.
“I’ve played 54 holes,” he said. “I’ve come in December. You can play a little or you can play a lot. But you’re still going to put the ball in places during the tournament when making bogey is a good score.”
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