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Els is not conceding anything to age

Last year, Ernie Els didn't sound like he planned on ever coming back to Augusta. He had endured enough trials and tribulations in 17 trips to the Masters that he appeared to have lost the desire to return. But Els has stowed away the white flag, refusing to surrender to age or the ghosts of the club.

Round changes Els' mind

Leaving the 18th green after sinking a 10-footer for birdie, Ernie Els heard a patrol yell to him.

Els sees hopes of win slipping away

Ernie Els spoke like a broken man as he leaned on the door to the locker room.

Els' momentum mirrors game's in home country

For Ernie Els' fans, the answer is 46 long.

Els' hard work is paying off

It was a final-round statement that golf fans hadn't seen from Ernie Els in years. But the three-time major winner from South Africa wasn't getting carried away with himself after pulling away down the stretch to win at Doral three weeks ago.

Els sticking with caddie plan

Fresh off his second consecutive victory, Ernie Els headed to Augusta National for a quick practice round Tuesday and planned to take his caddie with him.

Masters on mind after Els ' victory

ORLANDO, Fla. --- Ernie Els made two clutch par putts, escaped trouble from a buried lie in the bunker and wound up wearing a blue blazer Monday for winning the rain-delayed Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Els hopes to walk in hero's footsteps

The old pictures in his head still motivate Ernie Els.

Els sees coaching change as big step

Still seeking his first green jacket, Ernie Els arrived this week with a new weapon: instructor Butch Harmon.

Els' life makes golf seem easy

Life has been anything but easy for Ernie Els.

Win sets up Els for Augusta run

PALM HARBOR, Fla. --- A bead of sweat dripped off Ernie Els' brow when he stopped for a five-minute chat Wednesday before his pro-am round at the PODS Championship.

Rededicated Els stalks Tiger

Fresh off preventing a rare shutout season with an eleventh-hour victory in the South African Open, Ernie Els unveiled an ambitious three-year plan to unseat Tiger Woods as the world's No. 1 player.

Family vacation put Els in right frame of mind

Ernie Els got away from it all for a few days.

Els will try to be more careful with pastimes

A few treks up and down the hills of Augusta National Golf Club last month and a busy week of practice have Ernie Els confident his injured knee is almost completely healed.

Forced layoff allowed Els to refocus

Smack dab in the prime of his career, Ernie Els was sitting at home for months nursing a torn-up knee.
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