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Els set for last Masters stroll

Ernie Els knows the 2017 Masters very well might be his last inside the ropes. How he plans to handle the week, considering his close calls at Augusta, is quite telling about the Big Easy.

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Woodland, wife cope with loss of one twin

Gary Woodland tweeted that he withdrew from the Dell Technologies because of his wife's complications with her pregnancy, which resulted in the death of one of their twins.

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Day's Masters status depends on mom's health

Jason Day expects to travel to Augusta, Georgia, on Friday to start practicing for the Masters, but he could still pull out of the season's first major, depending on his mother's prognosis.

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Johnson earns career WGC sweep in Austin

Dustin Johnson became the first player to claim a career sweep of the World Golf Championships with a dominant week that included more drama than he needed in the Dell Technologies Match Play.

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Tanihara, Fisher bring Masters field to 94

Hideto Tanihara and Ross Fisher have jumped into the top-50 of the final Official World Golf Ranking in which players can qualify for the Masters.

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Hatton suffers bizarre exit from WGC Match Play

Tyrrell Hatton consoled himself with the prospect of his Masters debut after his WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play campaign came to a highly unfortunate end.

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Bob Parsons joins the show and more

Michael Collins is joined by Bob Parsons who shares many interesting aspects of his life story, including how his golf clubs are numbered according to Marine Corps occupational codes, how he does business, signing up for the Marines at the age of 17 and how that decision turned around his life.

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How badly does Rory need a green jacket? (0:27)
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How Tiger, in his heyday, made golf cool

A perfect blend of talent and charisma, Tiger Woods transformed golf's image as he grew into a cultural icon. But as his performance faded, so, too, did his impact on the game.

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When bowling and golf is life... you combine them (0:42)
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Dustin Johnson is the first player ever to win all the WGCs (1:21)
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More impressive -- DJ's WGC win or Rahm's rally? (1:07)
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Masters moment: Willett captures his first major (0:31)
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Jon Rahm dominated both matches Saturday (1:02)
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Tanihara sinks the hole-in-one (0:19)
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Haas pretending Phil chants are for Bill (0:59)
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Mickelson says he won't be witness in trial

Golfer Phil Mickelson says he won't be called as a witness in a federal insider trading criminal trial in the case against gambler William "Billy" Walters.

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Beating someone you look up to can be both easy and hard (0:47)
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It wasn't easy for Sergio Garcia (1:10)
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Emotional Jason Day concedes match (1:42)
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Day announces his mother's battle against cancer (2:30)
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The Masters: The whispers before the thunder (0:30)
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Go behind closed doors into caddie quarters (1:19)

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Bob Harig @BobHarig

If Tiger is not playing the Masters, he has yet to inform Augusta National. Still listed on Tues interview schedule. For now

Mickelson hits shot off the cart path

Phil Mickelson is forced to hit an unorthodox shot the eighth hole of the Shell Houston Open.

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Everybody tryin' to figure out who's gonna win the Masters a week before the Masters even starts. A tradition unlike any other.