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Casey's Masters apprenticeship thorough

There are two methods in Paul Casey's accelerated learning program toward a Masters degree -- earn it and learn it. Casey has six starts in the Masters Tournament, and personal experience is enhanced by the knowledge he gleans from the guys who know Augusta National the best.

Casey heals, avoids need to withdraw

Paul Casey's first win in the United States came last year at the Shell Houston Open.

Casey warms to idea of a Masters win

Paul Casey was a hot pick at Augusta National Golf Club last year -- perhaps just a little too hot.

Casey 'on a bit of a high'

Paul Casey went from the winner's podium in Houston on Sunday to Augusta National Golf Club on Monday with reason to feel confident.

Casey wins Shell Houston Open

HUMBLE, Texas - Paul Casey won the Shell Houston Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, beating J.B. Holmes with a bogey on the first playoff hole.

Casey plays on under pressure

Paul Casey didn't feel the pressure. Even as he made his charge up the Masters Tournament leaderboard Saturday, he stayed relaxed.

In strong start, Casey could be comeback kid

After the first round, Paul Casey was asked if he believed the old adage that a player can lose the Masters Tournament on the first day, but he can't win it.

Casey is eager to enjoy course's magic again

It isn't listed among the record rounds at Augusta National Golf Club, but under the circumstances it was enough to impress the best golfer in the world.

Casey is driven to be among best

Paul Casey has just six rounds at Augusta National Golf Club under his belt, but those are enough to convince the Englishman that the Masters Tournament is the major championship that best fits his game.
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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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