In this issue: April 19, 2013

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THE FORECADDIE

• There's no place like this Place

• Welcome, y'all, to Bubbaville

• Sleuthing at The National

• A Bradley clan reunion

• As the Masters goes, he has seen a few

• I really should have listened, Mr. Hogan

• Still awaiting our Olympic moment

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TOY BOX

• Making their Masters debuts ...

By James Achenbach

• Masters equipment numbers

• Scott proves clutch with Cameron prototype

• Ping rolls on with adjustable-length putters

• No plans to commercialize Phrankenwood

• Teenager makes Masters history

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IN THE NEWS

• Park clears another big hurdle: No. 1

By Julie Williams

• A junior tournament like no other

By Adam Schupak

• Augusta modifies its exemptions

By Alex Miceli

• Q&A: John Paramor, European Tour chief referee

By Alex Miceli

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COMPETITION

• First mate: Adam Scott ends Australia's heartbreak at Augusta while shedding his own major burden

By Jim McCabe

• With family, it's just another Day

By Beth Ann Baldry

• COLUMN: Justice prevails in Woods caper

By Jeff Rude

• For Sneds, another soggy Sunday: Major opportunity again slips through Snedeker's grasp

By Jeff Rude

• COLUMN: 2 penalties, 1 theme: Controversy

By James Achenbach

• Still seeking a leading role: Adam Scott's Augusta breakthrough leaves others still bearing major scars

By Adam Schupak

• Chinese teen makes a big impression: 14-year-old handles himself like a pro in major spotlight

By Beth Ann Baldry

• Mickelson left searching

By Alex Miceli

• 'Firethorn' giveth, then taketh

By Jim McCabe

• Olesen warms to challenge

• Crowded weekend as 61 make the cut

• Leishman doesn't stop to smell flowers

• 'That's what we call Bubba Golf'

• Late arrival, early exit for Laird

• Couples takes a few pages from history

• Na might pay for this privilege

• Web.com Tour: Aragon enjoys April events

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COLLEGE

• Cal nears magical mark

By Julie Williams

• Mississippi State men tie mark with 4th win

• Seminoles stay hot at Koch

• Tide women topple Pac-12 challengers

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THE GOLF LIFE

• Sweet and sour: Oahu strikes a balance between the go-go pace of Honolulu and the serenity of the North Shore

By David Weiss

• A Walk in the Park: Sensory satiation in the desert

By Bradley S. Klein

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VOICES

• Inside the Ropes: Sweeping victory precedes the inevitable

By Adam Schupak

• Wired: As always, compelling theater

By Bradley S. Klein

• Letters to the Editor

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SCOREBOARD

• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

• Augusta's annual Duck season

By Jeff Babineau

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