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Masters still holds major interest

No Tiger Woods?

No problem.

There might be a lot of talk about how awful golf will be without Tiger while he recovers from his back surgery, but I won't be one of them.

I certainly won't be worried about the Masters.

The first major kicks off later today and I'll tune in.

And I'll watch Friday.

And Saturday.

And Sunday, too.

It's the Masters. Green jacket. Amen Corner. A tradition unlike any other.

Next to Opening Day in baseball, it's the surest sign of spring.

I'm a golf fan and I'll watch.

The Tiger fans can stay home.

That's fine with me.


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