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Who’s Going To Win The 2013 Masters?

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Tiger Woods is the prohibitive favorite going into the start of the 2013 Masters on Thursday. However, that doesn’t mean Back9Network talent believes a fifth green jacket is a done deal for the world’s No. 1 player.

New Nike-Tiger Ad Doesn’t Deserve Criticism

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Nike took a lot of heat on Tuesday for an ad it released on Facebook in celebration of Tiger Woods’ 77th PGA Tour win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The Swoosh made a point of emphasizing Woods’ run of six wins in his last 20 PGA Tour starts leading to Woods again ascending to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time since Halloween 2010. The spot pictures Woods in a crouch, reading a putt at Bay Hill, with the attributed quote, “Winning takes care of everything.”

All Things Tiger: Back On The Throne

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Tiger Woods is again No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Woods won the Arnold Palmer Invitational by two shots over Justin Rose on Monday, winning Arnold Palmer’s event for a record-tying eighth time and grabbing PGA Tour win No. 77. El Tigre has made a lot of news in the last week, so we wanted to recap it for you

9 Moments that Changed the Game Forever

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There’s no better illustration of Gene Sarazen’s competitive ingenuity than the club design he happened upon in the mid-1930s. The design characteristics were simple – add loft to a pitching wedge, apply a band of lead tape to the leading edge and, to complete the alchemy, reshape the sole a little – but their cumulative effect was extraordinary. Suddenly, bunkers and long grass were no longer quite as imposing. Purists may lament the loss of the game’s early simplicity, but the modern, flat-faced sand wedge reshaped the way golfers both thought about and played the game. Yes, it made pitching and chipping “easier,” but architects responded in kind by making courses more demanding and green designs more elaborate. For better or worse, it created a science where once there had only been superstition.

Caroline Wozniacki Dressed As Rory McIlroy

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Well, this is confusing. Caroline Wozniacki showed her affection for world No. 1 golfer (maybe not for long, eh, Tiger?) and boyfriend Rory McIlroy by donning a curly hair wig to match the Ulsterman’s famous mop.

Pete Dye:~The Long View

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At home in Indiana, Pete Dye has created the masterpiece of all of his golf-course designs, an altar upon which all Dye lovers will worship his genius for all of golfing eternity. His genius at French …

9 Players Who Put Irish Golf on the Map

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Joe Carr The antithesis of Christy O’Connor’s gruff club professional, Joe Carr was a middle class cosmopolitan and one of the last great career amateurs. In addition to dominating the Irish unpaid circuit and Walker Cup …

Tiger and Elin…So What?

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Tiger Woods and ex-wife Elin Nordegren were spotted together this past weekend in Florida by TMZ. The pair were photographed attending their son Charlie’s sporting game, according to the paparazzi site. After being photographed and likely harassed, the pair left in Nordegren’s car. Of course, the sighting renewed rumors of a reconciliation of the couple.

Kick-Ass 9:~Monterey Madness

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7. Old-timey trick shots — I know you’ve been dying to see some trick shots from the 1930s—thankfully this video popped up on YouTube this week. Check out the legs on those dames!

Pro Tips:~Hello, Four-Ball

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Welcome to a new daily post here at golf.swingbyswing.com, called Pro Tips. It’ll be a compilation of links that you absolutely have to check out starting your day, organized by at least one member of our Web team.

Kick-Ass 9:~Toddlers and Turmoil

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We begin this week’s countdown – where else? – at No. 9. The President meets his match: President Obama joined former President Clinton this week for a round of golf, but then took his ball and went home after the 13th hole. Obama said he had to attend to White House business, but Clinton joked that he’d been gaining ground and the President just wanted to avoid defeat. Either way, Clinton was the big winner this week as his PGA Tour event, the Humana Challenge, raised millions for charity.