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Fresh off his win in Houston, Phil Mickelson has another chance to reach No. 1 in the world for the first time.
Jim Furyk and two other Pennsylvania juniors sat at the table closest to the television in the grill room just as the final round of the 1986 Masters came on. Hours later, every table in Media Heights clubhouse was taken.
Tiger Woods made a quiet return to Augusta National on Sunday to complete a weekend of practice for the Masters, minus the media crush trying to document his every move.
Phil Mickelson outdueled Scott Verplank on Sunday to win the Houston Open, his first victory since last year's Masters.
Tiger Woods at the Masters is every bit the mystery he was a year ago.
So many people surrounded the first tee that it was hard to see who was playing. The gallery stretched down the entire length of the 461-yard opening hole and wrapped around the back of the green on a sun-baked Sunday at Bay Hill.
The interview room was packed, with green-jacketed Augusta National members lining the back wall to make sure journalists didn't get too unruly. Tiger Woods was on his way in, finally ready to answer some of the questions about the mystery that surrounded his life.
Phil Mickelson gets to Florida and starts thinking about Georgia.
Jeremy Guthrie will start on opening night for the Baltimore Orioles in Tampa Bay on April 1.