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When they're not inside Augusta National, residents and visitors alike have found their ultimate hang out spots. "I think, you know what it is, it's this atmosphere. It's that time of year. This is likeMore >>
When they're not inside Augusta National, residents and visitors alike have found their ultimate hang out spots.More >>
Thursday, April 10 2014 12:14 AM EDT2014-04-10 04:14:41 GMT
Almost as popular as the golf play itself, buying souvenirs at the Masters is a trademark of the event. The hats, shirts, and other logo apparel can only be purchased from the official shops inside AugustaMore >>
Almost as popular as the golf play itself, buying souvenirs at the Masters is a trademark of the event.More >>
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Major League Baseball officials are not afraid of getting their feet wet for a good cause.More >>
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Kent State says one of its football players has died and that police believe he passed away from an undetermined medical issue.More >>
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(RNN) – Come Monday, golf will have a new No. 1: Adam Scott.
According to PGA.com, Tiger Woods, who has been out of commission since undergoing back surgery ahead of the Masters, will cede the title to the 33-year-old Australian. The change comes even though Scott is taking the week off, skipping the Byron Nelson Championship.
Throughout his career, Woods has held the No. 1 spot for 683 weeks, though not all consecutively. He last regained the title in 2013 after losing it in 2010 while dealing with an injury and a flurry of issues off the course, including a very public divorce.
It caps off quite a run for Scott, who won the Masters in 2013 and quietly got married in April.
Woods has given no timetable for his return to golf. In a recent blog post, he said his recovery from surgery for a pinched nerve is "a very slow process."
Woods said he has done some putting and speaks with doctors on a regular basis to access his progress.
"Some people heal up in three months; some people take four months; some people take longer," Woods wrote. "I just don't know."
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