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Topic - Craig Stadler
Kevin, the 34-year-old Masters rookie, finished the tournament's opening round comfortably at 2-under and sat near the top of the leaderboard as the early groups finished play. Craig, the 60-year-old veteran and 1982 Masters champion who shot 10-over 82.
Morris News Service
Kevin Stadler might be playing in the Masters for the first time, but he's already showing his old man a thing or two.
Defending champion Adam Scott and his group tee off Thursday at 10:41 a.m. Scott is playing with Jason Dufner and U.S. Amateur champion Matthew Fitzpatrick.
The Smallrus finally hoisted a big PGA Tour trophy.
Bubba Watson held his right arm out to his side and hung his head as his tee shot sailed toward the woods to the right of the 10th fairway at Augusta National. For a moment, it looked as though he would be the latest victim of what perennially is the toughest hole at the Masters.
For his spot-on impression of Craig Stadler, Peter Jacobsen filled his shirt with a box of golf balls and walked heel-to-toe to the laughs of the large gallery at Portland Golf Club.
Craig Stadler tried to acknowledge his son coming off the 18th green, but Kevin wasn’t in the mood to talk much at the time.
“As far as I’m concerned, this is it,” said Stadler, 60.