2015 Masters at Augusta National

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Bubba Watson helps Spieth into his green jacket.
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Watson and Spieth during the green jacket ceremony.
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Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy were paired together for the final round.
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Phil Mickelson had a stellar five-under 67 on Saturday.
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Mickelson will have to make up five strokes on Sunday to win his fourth green jacket.
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Rory McIlroy shot a four-under 68 in round 3.
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McIlroy made eagle at the par-5 2nd hole.
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Justin Rose will be in the final group with Jordan Spieth after shooting 67 on Saturday.
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Charley Hoffman had a steady 71 to get to 10 under for the tournament.
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Russell Henley tees off on the par-3 16th hole at Augusta.
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Jordan Spieth continued to dominate play Friday at Augusta National.
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He began with a birdie at the 2nd and never looked back.
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Spieth finished with a six-under 66, bringing him to 14 under through 36 holes, a new Masters record.
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Spieth tees off on the 18th hole.
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Spieth finishes up his second round on the 18th green.
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Tiger Woods showed signs of improvement in the second round.
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Woods had three birdies and went two under on the front nine.
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Woods is near the top of the leaderboard but still well back of Spieth.
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Ernie Els tees off in front of massive crowds during the second round.
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Former Masters champion Zach Johnson shot his second-straight 72 on Friday.
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Henrik Stenson struggled again on Friday.
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Jason Day followed up his opening-round 67 with a disappointing 74.
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Billy Horschel struggled to a six-over 78 on Friday.
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Jordan Spieth had a phenomenal first round, nearly tying the Augusta National course record with an eight-under 64.
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Tiger Woods made his return to competitive golf Thursday at the Masters.
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Woods showed no signs of the chipping problems that plagued him earlier this year.
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Woods stuck around par for much of the round.
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Woods lines up a putt during the first round.
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Tiger Woods and Jamie Donaldson after hitting their tee shots on the 8th hole.
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Ernie Els turned back the clock with a five-under 67 to get near the lead.
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Rory McIlroy had one of the early tee times for Thursday's first round.
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McIlroy is hoping to complete the career grand slam with a win this week.
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McIlroy didn't get off to a hot start. He was just one under through 16.
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Phil Mickelson seems to always find his game when he gets to Augusta National.
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Mickelson had two early birdies and an eagle on the eighth hole.
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He has won the Masters three times.
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Adam Scott is looking to get back to his winning ways this week.
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Scott won the 2013 Masters, his only major victory so far.
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Justin Rose fired a five-under 67 to tie for the early lead.
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Ian Poulter shot a one-over 73 on day one.
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Dustin Johnson is hoping for a breakthrough week.
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Ryan Moore hits out of a bunker during the first round.
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The Big Three -- Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player -- kicked off the event with ceremonial tee shots Thursday morning.
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Old rivals Palmer and Nicklaus joked with each other on the tee.
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Nicklaus can still play. He made a hole-in-one in Wednesday's Par-3 Contest.
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Despite having an injured shoulder, Palmer took his ceremonial tee shot.
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Player had the longest of the ceremonial tee shots.
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Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson showed up to watch the Big Three's shots.
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The 13th green at Augusta National.
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Tiger Woods played a morning practice round with Jordan Spieth.
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Spieth, Woods and Ben Crenshaw try to skip shots across a pond at Augusta National.
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Rory McIlroy played a few holes Wednesday morning.
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Phil Mickelson got in some last-minute putting practice.
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NFL Commissioner and Augusta National member Roger Goodell was on site Wednesday.
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Tiger Woods' two children, Sam (right) and Charlie, put on the white Masters bibs to caddie for their Dad during the Par-3 contest.
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Lindsey Vonn watched over the kids as they followed Tiger around the Par-3 course.
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Charlie tosses a ball to Tiger like a professional Tour caddie would.
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Tiger's daughter Sam sank a putt during the contest.
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Rickie Fowler was joined by girlfriend Alexis Randock for the Par-3 contest.
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Tiger Woods was all smiles during his press conference on Tuesday at Augusta National.
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Defending champion Bubba Watson spoke to the media on Tuesday as well.
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Rory McIlroy hopes to be wearing his first green jacket Sunday night.
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Woods children, daughter Sam and son Charlie, showed up at Augusta on Tuesday.
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Tiger's girlfriend, pro skier Lindsey Vonn, played chaperon to the Woods children at Augusta.
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Woods also played a practice round Tuesday morning.
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He played alongside old friend Mark O'Meara.
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Woods hits an approach shot on the course during his practice round.
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Large galleries followed Woods and O'Meara.
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Tiger Woods showed up at Augusta National Monday afternoon to get in some practice.
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Woods is carted toward the practice area by a visibly excited volunteer.
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Woods ran into former coach Sean Foley on the range.
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Foley appeared to consult with Tiger about his swing briefly.
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Woods announced on Friday that he would play the Masters, returning from a self-imposed break from golf to work on his game.
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He, as well as coach Chris Como and caddie Joe LaCava, focused on his chipping, which was disastrous earlier in the year at the Phoenix Open and Farmers Insurance Open.
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Rory McIlroy was on the course for a practice round Monday at Augusta National.
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McIlroy nearly won the Masters in 2011.
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With a win this week, he will complete the career grand slam.
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Two-time Masters champion Ben Crenshaw is playing in his final Masters this year.
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Keegan Bradley (left) and Jordan Spieth played a practice round together Monday. Both players had strong finishes Sunday at the Houston Open.
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A display of Masters programs at Augusta.
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Bubba Watson is the defending champion.
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This patron loaded up on ever-popular Masters merchandise on Monday.
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Bill Haas talks to a media scrum near the practice area.
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Chris Kirk is playing in only his second Masters.
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Miguel Angel Jimenez is still searching for his first major victory. He finished 4th last year.
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A young patron enjoys one of Augusta's coveted ice cream sandwiches.