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April 8, 2008 Table Of Contents

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Long And Strong

With startling power and ultrastraight shooting, Argentina's fast-rising Andrés Romero prevailed at the dampened battle of New Orleans and in doing so insinuated himself into the conversation about Augusta

By Gary Van Sickle

Marching On

As she strode away from the pack at the Safeway International, Lorena Ochoa's performance began to feel less like her second win in three LPGA starts this year and more like a populist movement

By John Garrity

Family Business

With his son on the bag and his history rattling around his brain, Bernhard Langer rode his steady, no-nonsense game to the top of the leader board and the bottom of a shandy

By Michael Bamberger

Miniature Masterpiece

For the first time TV will shine its lights on Augusta's gemlike Par-3 course, the private pride of Clifford Roberts and the scene of his still-murky death three decades ago

By Michael Bamberger

Small Wonder

By Michael Bamberger

No Mere Poser

Adam Scott has swiveled heads on and off the course since turning pro in 2000, but now he's ready to do more than simply look the part

By Alan Shipnuck

AUGUSTA: A VIEW UNLIKE ANY OTHER

GigaPan, a revolutionary photographic technology, gives Masters lovers a panoramic look at iconic locations at Augusta National, plus the ability on the Web to zoom in for a crystal-clear, up-close examination of all the details in the pictures

PGA Tour Confidential

On the condition of anonymity, a PGA Tour pro reveals the swing and equipment changes that have made Tiger a prohibitive favorite at Augusta, which players will make a run at him—and which won't

Sticking to the Script

Leading pros like Tiger and Sergio know exactly what they're going to wear at Augusta—a year in advance

By Woody Hochswender

A Midnight Stroll with Bobby Jones

During a moonlit round, the founder of the Masters reveals his thoughts on Augusta National's alterations, the Grand Slam and, of course, Tiger Woods

By John Garrity

The Magic Touch

By adhering to the basics Zach Johnson excelled on Augusta's treacherous greens

By Curt Sampson

Paging Augusta

Two new books plumb the depths of America's favorite golf tournament

By Jeff Silverman

TEEING OFF

By Kevin Cook

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