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Guan impresses Tiger & Co. without hitting a shot
Or maybe it will be the other way around.
“We’ll be carrying him,” Watson said. “So I guess we’ll be caddying him.”
ROOKIE MISTAKE: Cheyenne Woods knew from a young age she wanted to be a golfer. Good thing she didn’t want to be an arborist.
Tiger Woods‘ niece mistakenly referred to the stately trees that grace the entrance to Augusta National as oaks in a post on the Back9Network.
“Magnolia Lane was just how I had imagined it from pictures and television,” wrote Woods, who is chronicling her first trip to Augusta National. “The large oak trees lining and hanging over the road as it leads to the clubhouse is an image so unique to Augusta National.”
The trees, of course, are magnolias. Hence the name, “Magnolia Lane.”
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Let it snow