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April 6, 2004 Table Of Contents

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Sitting Pretty


Tiger Twin Adam Scott swings like Woods, is built like Woods and attacks the course like Woods. At the Players, Scott also won like Woods

By Gary Van Sickle

Trading Places When the caddies take a shot at the island green, it's no contest

The Future Is Now Turning the page on the Annika Age, Grace Park and a couple of talented teenagers took over at the Kraft Nabisco Championship

By Alan Shipnuck

2004 Masters Preview

End of an Affair

After a half century of making memories at Augusta, Arnold Palmer, the man who made the Masters, will take one last bow

By John Garrity

Big Time or Bust All business at age 19, promising amateur Casey Wittenberg will bring an old-school game and a new-school 'tude to his first Masters

By Alan Shipnuck

Sand Storm At last year's Masters, Jeff Maggert lost the tournament because of two horrendous bunker shots. Was one of them someone else's fault?

By Michael Bamberger

Who's Next? The last five majors have been won by first-timers. If that trend continues, SI's experts think that one of these dozen players will win


The Week

Major Problem John Daly made it into the Masters, but his mind might be elsewhere next week

By Jim Gorant

Up & Down

By Jim Gorant

Big Play

By Mark Wood

Heard On The Range

By Jim Gorant; Farrell Evans

Top 100 Poll

By Jim Gorant

Sal Stats

By Sal Johnson

The Hole Story TPC at Sugarloaf

By Gorjus George Lucas[*]

2¢ With Jim Furyk

By Jim Gorant; Jim Furyk

More Green For T

By Jim Gorant

Teeing Off

Please be Seated A first look at how Tiger Woods might arrange the guests at his wedding

By Alan Shipnuck