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Latest Fred Couples Items
Miguel Angel Jimenez, Bernhard Langer and Fred Couples made the Masters one for the ages - the older ages for sure.
Adam Scott lost his touch on the treacherous greens at Augusta National.
This year, Fred Couples didn’t sustain a Saturday tumble.
Bill Haas has just about done it all in the Masters Tournament. Spectator at age 6, caddie for father, Jay, at age 17, participant at age 27 and now first-round tournament leader at age 31.
Fred Couples won't have to worry about squeezing in a few extra practice rounds for the upcoming Greater Gwinnett Championship on the Champions Tour. He'll be honing his game this weekend at a much tougher venue.
Fred Couples' luck on No. 12 at Augusta National seems to have no expiration date.
In a tournament packed with a bunch of young newcomers, the 50-and-over crowd made a bit of a stand in the first round of the Masters.
Qualifying for the Masters Tournament is hard enough.
Haas, who is playing in his fifth Masters, shot 4-under-par 68 on Thursday to take a one-shot lead over defending champion and World No. 2 Adam Scott, 2012 winner Bubba Watson and Louis Oosthuizen, who lost a playoff to Watson that year.