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Golf World April 21, 2014 cover

Green Monster

With his second Masters title in three years, Bubba Watson has become a daunting figure at Augusta National, which suits him to a tee.

Rank And File

The scores and stats from the 2014 Masters.

Winnin' For Losin'

The silver lining in Jordan Spieth's runner-up finish is that he'll return the better for it. He's a "fast-track" learner.

Bolt From The Blue

Sweden's Jonas Blixt did his Ryder Cup aspirations a world of good at Augusta National.

The Play's The Thing

What to do about the Eisenhower Tree on No. 17? Maybe it's time to branch out the thinking?


Augusta's first-day setup brings about more peril than pleasure.


Adam Scott keeps his repeat bid alive, no thanks to the putter.


For Miguel Angel Jimenez, the secret is staying true to himself.


Rory McIlroy, first off the tee on Day 3, rallies for a top-10 finish.


The Lead

Augusta National's perennial beauty makes "brown golf" tough to take.


Rio Olympic course makes progress; Koch named European Solheim captain.

Rosaforte Report

He's not the most recognizable pro, but veteran John Senden's stock is rising.


Pros tweak their sets to suit Augusta National's demands.


• Golf Channel's "Live From" a worthy complement to traditional play-by-play -- John Strege
• Two-time Masters champs Ben Crenshaw and Tom Watson draw closer to farewell -- John Feinstein
"Bubba Golf" might encourage newcomers to learn the game more naturally -- Jaime Diaz

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