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Tournaments

Slam Dunk

As first steps go, the start of Sorenstam's run at history was something else

By Josh Elliott

OLD HAND

By Josh Elliot

GIVE IT UP FOR ROSIE

By Josh Elliot

SWAN SONG

By Josh Elliot

May Day

If the Players Championship really wants to be a major, it should consider a move

By Gary Van Sickle

PONY UP

By Gary Van Sickle

WHICH ONE'S RINGO?

By Gary Van Sickle

MR. FANCY PANTS

By Gary Van Sickle

GETTING TESTY

By Gary Van Sickle

BACKING IN

By Gary Van Sickle

2005 Masters: Starters

Pro's Picks

Who will win next week's Masters?  One of these 10 players, according to a PGA Tour pro who, on the condition of anonymity, critiqued and ranked the contenders

15 Minutes

In 1986 an ugly duckling of a putter was turned into a swan

By John Garrity

The Best

If the Masters turns into a chipping contest, short-game specialist Retief Goosen will be tough to beat

By Gary Van Sickle

PGA Tour Player Poll

SI recently polled more than 50 Tour players on golf and other matters. Some of the players declined to answer certain questions (so the percentages that follow are for respondents only), while others offered -- under the cloak of anonymity -- some choice one-liners, the most telling of which are included

Portraits of Augusta

Meet the local fixtures and recognizable faces who make the city more than simply another name for the National

By Farrell Evans

Departments

Features

Mind Games

After a case of the yips and years of therapy, Stewart Cink is finally ready for his close-up

By John Garrity

Keeping Up with the National

You don't need an invitation from Hootie to play one of these great courses around Augusta

By Alan Shipnuck

Hard Case

Was a 30-year sentence for counterfeiting Masters badges justice, or an only-in-Augusta confluence of power and privilege?

By Michael Bamberger

Teeing Off

STIK

Life and Times on the PGA Tour

By Chris Eliopoulos