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Alex Miceli

Contributing Writer (PGA Tour)

Alex Miceli is a Golfweek senior writer. A native of Chicago, Miceli earned a BA at Southern Illinois University in 1981 and a JD from the University of Baltimore in 1990. Founder of Golf.com in 1993, Miceli has primarily covered the PGA Tour since 1996 and is an analyst on Golf Channel’s “The Approach with Callaway Golf.” 
 
• First set of clubs: Ping Karsten One’s. Bought them used in 1980 when I really got the golf bug.
• Favorite golf course:  Old Course at St. Andrews. Every time you play it, the game becomes more a part of you.
• First car: Dodge Coronet 440. Wow, was it fast.
• Dream foursome: Winston Churchill, General George Patton and Bobby Jones

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5 Things: K.J. leads RBC; Fitzpatrick even; more

Before the rain got to the point that RBC Heritage play had to be halted Friday, K.J. Choi rose to 5 under while a trio of first-round co-leaders fell off the mark. Here are 5 Things to know.

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Notes: Langer lingers longer; Watson's approach

Bernhard Langer talks about a top-10 Masters finish after 50; a past champ tells what he saw in Bubba Watson's performance to claim his 2nd green jacket; plus more news and notes from Augusta National.

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5 Things: Poulter frustrated; par 3 unbeaten; more

Difficulties during the third round left Ian Poulter, Steve Stricker, Bill Haas and Darren Clarke searching for answers – not to mention the entire Masters field at the day's unbeatable hole. Here are 5 Things to know from Augusta.

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Vegas installs Watson as 3-2 pick to win Masters

After shooting 4-under 68 at Augusta National and taking a three-stroke lead into Saturday’s third round of the Masters, Bubba Watson has been installed as a 3-2 favorite in Las Vegas to win his second green jacket.

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5 Things: Watson's bag man; Westie's rise; more

Some can debate the value of a caddie, but Bubba Watson constantly works with his trusted assistant while taking the lead; meanwhile, Lee Westwood found some polish for his game. Here are 5 Things to know Friday from the Masters.

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Payne, Augusta find plenty to smile about

In the afterglow of the Drive, Chip and Putt competition Sunday, Augusta National Golf Club Chairman Billy Payne was in a jovial mood at his annual news conference Wednesday on the eve of the Masters.

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Fitzpatrick adds some experience on his bag at Augusta

Matthew Fitzpatrick had to change caddies this week due to some physical ailments for his normal looper, Loren Duncan. Enter Ricky Elliott, who has seen Augusta National plenty of times carrying Ben Curtis' sticks.

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Palmer: Tiger's obstacle to majors record is psychological

Arnold Palmer suggested that Tiger Woods' biggest obstacle to winning another major might not be physical, but to overcome the psychological morass that comes with winning so much, so young.

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Elder Stadler beams with pride in son's success

While their relationship has been strained in recent years, Craig and Kevin Stadler seem to be putting aside any differences to enjoy their making history at the 2014 Masters.

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Trio could supplant Woods as World No. 1 at Masters

Adam Scott and Henrik Stenson don't even need to win the Masters to have a chance to supplant Tiger Woods as World No. 1, while Jason Day would take the top spot if he were to slip on the green jacket come Sunday at Augusta National.

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