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Latest Graeme Mcdowell Items
The man slipped into the room, a few feet from the silver trophy etched with his name that sparkled under a wrought-iron chandelier.
Ernie Els certainly isn't the first person to chase appearance money overseas, a practice that has been going on before he was born. He's just given it the best definition.
Powerplay Golf is giving a very old sport a couple of new twists.
The Sunshine Tour will make leading golfers choose between the world's richest tournament in South Africa and Tiger Woods' charity event in California from next year.
Masters champion Charl Schwartzel first showed his potential on a big stage last year in the World Golf Championship at Doral when he went toe-to-toe with Ernie Els until losing ground at the end.
Good news travels much faster than when Gary Player first won the Masters.
After an opening-round 75, Ernie Els looked like a prime candidate to join the convoy of major champions heading out of town at the Masters ahead of the weekend.
Graeme McDowell skipped one off the famous pond at the 16th hole, the ball dancing along the surface until it rammed the bank on the far side.
On the far end of the course Wednesday, near the only palm tree at Augusta National, Lee Westwood rolled long putts across the fourth green as he practiced alone on a quiet afternoon before the Masters.