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Glenn became the first full-time female broadcast for a national network when she went to work for ESPN in 1981. She won the USGA International Book Award in 1992 for “The Illustrated History of Women’s Golf,” and she is working now on a biography on Nancy Lopez.

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DIVOTS: IMG has acquired IGP Sports & Entertainment Group, which manages the Honda Classic. Tournament director Ken Kennerly will join IMG’s golf division and be in charge of the agency’s North American golf events. IMG also runs the Kraft Nabisco Championship and the Father-Son Challenge. … Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark tied for sixth at the Masters and earned $278,000, pushing over the amount to make him eligible to be a special temporary member on the PGA Tour. He will have 60 days to take membership, making him eligible for unlimited exemptions the rest of the year. … Vijay Singh now has gone 27 rounds without breaking 70 at the Masters, dating to a 67 in the first round of 2006. … A 54-hole lead in the Masters is no longer as safe as it once was. Adam Scott became the fourth straight winner who trailed going into the final round, the longest streak for the Masters since 1984-1987.

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STAT OF THE WEEK: Dating to the 2010 Masters, every major champion except for Martin Kaymer (No. 33) and Darren Clarke (No. 230) remain inside the top 25 in the world ranking.

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FINAL WORD: “A phone conversation isn’t going to do it for us. We are really close, and I’d love to share a beer with him over this one.” _ Adam Scott after becoming the first Australian to win the Masters, on what he would say to Greg Norman.