In 16 months that bridged 2008 and most of 2009, Adam Scott went from No. 3 in the world to No. 65. "I was just treading water and slowly kind of drowning out there," Scott said. He took the opportunity to come back better than he was before - to rethink, retool and rebuild his whole approach.
Golf’s most famous pine tree is no longer guarding the 17th hole at Augusta National Golf Club.
The Eisenhower Tree suffered major damage in an ice storm and was removed over the weekend, the club confirmed Sunday.
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