April 6-122015
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Ike remembered today at Augusta

President Dwight D. Eisenhower died on this date in 1969. He was 78.

Former Colt remembers ace

Leaning on a bookshelf in Jimmy Orr's two-story townhouse is a shadowbox from the Augusta National Golf Club celebrating his hole-in-one on No. 12.

Car service demand booms

Sporting events bring in the most business for Anthony Jones' local car service company, and Masters Week tops the list.

UGA: Kirk sees success in his game

Former Georgia golfer Chris Kirk and former Braves pitcher Pascual Perez have more in common than picking up multimillion-dollar bonuses in Atlanta.

Todd's perseverance pays off

Patrons might do a double take at the Par-3 Contest when they see the two Georgia golfers paired with fellow Bulldog Brian Harman.

City of Augusta unveils Masters traffic plan

Engineers will close the Interstate 20 eastbound on-ramp to Washington Road each morning, convert Berckmans Road to one-way traffic from 4 to 9 p.m. each day of Masters Week beginning April 6 and use Alexander Drive to pull drivers back to Washington Road from River Watch Parkway.

Throwback Thursday: Caddie-inspired changes help Crenshaw win 1995 Masters

Ben Crenshaw might not have won the 1995 Masters Tournament had Carl Jackson not taken the "caddie shortcut" to the edge of the ninth fairway at Augusta National Golf Club to save some time.

Dear to Compton's hearts

Former Georgia golfer Erik Compton will be making his Masters debut this year.

Henley has competitive nature

Ask anyone - friends, teammates, coaches - to describe Russell Henley and the same word comes up repeatedly: competitive.

Nicklaus awarded medal

Congress has awarded its highest civilian honor to golf great Jack Nicklaus, who accepted the gold medal with a few tears, humility and humor.

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Tiger Woods wins 2005 Masters

In 2005, Tiger Woods became the fastest golfer to reach four Masters Tournament wins.

Masters Interrupted

Golf is a game that is known for its good manners and proper etiquette, and nowhere is that more true than Augusta National and the Masters. On rare occasions, a patron will make a spectacle of himself or herself.

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