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Topic - Carl Jackson
Leishman, off in the ninth group of the day, held the lead at 6-under-par 66 until Garcia, in the sixth-to-last group, matched him.
Everywhere he turns at Augusta National, Carl Jackson is asked to pose for a picture or sign an autograph.
Everywhere Carl Jackson turns at Augusta National, he keeps hearing the same word.
Crenshaw’s caddie, Carl Jackson, said, “There were many times he (Guan) could have been penalized yesterday” and that he needs to “fix his routine.”
“Until you look at him,” said Carl Jackson, a caddie for 52 years at the Masters, including 36 years for two-time champion Ben Crenshaw.