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A Tradition Unlike Any Other

The Masters?  No, the Golf Blog of course!  But seriously, it is great that just as Masters Week has finally rolled around, the weather is finally cooperating.   So its time to get out and shake the rust off that swing.

Tomorrow we’ll look at some things going on locally, but today we’re gearing up for the first major of the year.

Website: is worth a visit just because of the sheer beauty of the photography.

They have some neat stuff there, including aerial flyovers of each hole.
You can find those here.     Just click on a hole number then choose “Aerial Flyover” or “Photo Gallery” for stuff that’ll knock your socks off.

Once the tournament begins, will have extensive coverage each day, including featured pairings and live coverage of Amen Corner.

TV Schedule:

Wed: 3:00p – 5:00p  Live Coverage of the Par 3 Contest on ESPN

Thu: 3:00p – 7:30p Live Coverage on ESPN (8p Replay)
11:30p – 15-min. Highlight Show on CBS

Fri: 3:00p – 7:30p Live Coverage on ESPN (8p Replay)
11:30p – 15-min. Highlight Show on CBS

Sat: 3:00p – 7:00p Live Coverage on CBS

Sun: 2:00p – 7:00p Live Coverage on CBS

Must-see Bubba TV:

In case you missed it last week, defending champ Bubba Watson was all over the internet with a couple of videos that went viral. First, his new golf cart:

… and here’s a really fun piece on his suprise visit to Orlando’s oldest muni — Dubsdread Golf Club.

Good stuff! And if you’d like to see Bubba’s miraculous shot from the trees that set up the win last spring, click here.

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Ed Abrams anchors mornings on KYW Newsradio, and you can hear his Golf Reports there on Fridays and Saturdays. He has also created a pair of websites:, featuring leads on the best golf equipment deals… and, with video course tours, audio swing tips and local golf deals

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