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Watson's not ready to throw in towel

Every 60-year-old golfer on Earth would be in ecstasy if he saw his name with a minus three next to it after two rounds of play at the Masters Tournament.

Watson makes us believe again

The press building was full of journalists from around the world prepared to write a first-round story about a T.W. from Stanford.

All in the game

The new, fan-friendly Tiger Woods played a lot like the old one in his return to competitive golf Thursday at the Masters Tournament.

Watson savors Turnberry memories

All forgotten. Tom Watson thinks about the 18th hole at last July's British Open only when items such as a notebook, camera or microphone find him.

Tom Watson interview transcript

Tom Watson spoke in the media center after his first round.

Ageless Watson savors game

Tom Watson turned back the clock at Turnberry last summer, standing over an eight-foot putt that would have won him a ninth career major 26 years after he'd won his eighth.

Champ expects more of himself

Lost in what could have been one of the greatest golf stories of all time was one of the nicest golf stories of our time. For many fans, Stewart Cink was grudgingly accepted as the man who beat Tom Watson at the British Open.

British Open Champions

Listing of winners of the British Open.

British Open facts

The winner of the oldest of golf's four majors, the Open Championship, is presented with the silver Claret Jug, but when the tournament began in 1860, the prize was the Challenge Belt. The top four finishers in the Open, plus ties, qualify for the Masters Tournament. The British Open winner gets a five-year exemption to the Masters.

Watson isn't upset after opening 75

For five holes Thursday, it seemed like old times at Augusta National Golf Club for Tom Watson.
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Aaron, Tommy Allenby, Robert Appleby, Stuart Ballesteros, Seve Beem, Rich Bjorn, Thomas Bohn, Jason Brewer, Gay Browne, Olin Bryant, Bart Burke, Jack Cabrera, Angel Calcavecchia, Mark Campbell, Michael Campbell, Chad Casper, Billy Choi, K. J. Cink, Stewart Clark, Tim Clarke, Darren Coody, Charles Couples, Fred Crane, Ben Crenshaw, Ben Curtis, Ben
Daly, John DiMarco, Chris Donald, Luke Dougherty , Dillon Duval, David Elkington, Steve Els, Ernie Faldo, Nick Floyd, Ray Ford, Doug Funk, Fred Furyk, Jim Garcia, Sergio Glover, Lucas Goalby, Bob Goosen, Retief Hamilton, Todd Harrington, Padraig Hensby, Mark Herron, Tim Howell, David Howell III, Charles Immelman, Trevor Jimenez, Miguel Angel Jobe, Brandt
Johnson, Zach Katayama, Shingo Langer, Bernhard Lehman, Tom Leonard, Justin Levet, Thomas Lonard, Peter Love III, Davis Lyle, Sandy Marsh, Kevin Maruyama, Shigeki Mayfair, Billy McElhinney, Brian McGinley, Paul Mediate, Rocco Micheel, Shaun Mickelson, Phil Mize, Larry Molinari, Edoardo Montgomerie, Colin Moore, Ryan Nelson, Byron Nicklaus, Jack O'Hair, Sean O'Hern, Nick
O'Meara, Mark Ogden, Clay Ogilvie, Joe Ogilvy, Geoff Olazabal, Jose Maria Palmer, Arnold Pampling, Rod Perry, Kenny Pettersson, Carl Player, Gary Purdy, Ted Scott, Adam Singh, Vijay Stadler, Craig Stenson, Henrik Taylor, Vaughn Toms, David Verplank, Scott Watson, Tom Weir, Mike Westwood, Lee Woods, Tiger Woosnam, Ian Zoeller, Fuzzy

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