Tuesday at Augusta National

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Chris DiMarco, runner up to Tiger Woods in 2005, played with last year's winner, Phil Mickelson, during Tuesday's practice round.
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Jim Furyk, shown here with Tim Herron, has yet to win this season.
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Brett Wetterich, who came in second to Tiger at the CA Championship, is playing in his first Masters this year.
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Gary Player, who will start his 50th Masters on Thursday, played the second practice round today with fellow South African, Ernie Els.
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Arron Oberholser, who finished tied for 9th this past weekend at the Shell Houston Open, finished seven strokes off the lead at last year's Masters.
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Fellow South Africans Ernie Els and Tim Clarke will both be looking for their first win at Augusta this week.
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In 2003, Mike Weir recorded the fourth bogey-free final round by a winner in the 67-year history of the Masters.
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Henrik Stenson, who missed the cut last year, is a favorite after winning at the WGC-Accenture Match Play.
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Aaron Baddeley, who won earlier this year at the FBR Open, is Golf Magazine writer Cameron Morfit's pick to win.
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Patrons began to fill the course early this morning.
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Mickelson is looking to win his third green jacket.
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Adam Scott (right) and Geoff Ogilvy will try to do what no other Australian has done — win a green jacket.
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Darren Clarke's best finish in the Masters was a tie for eighth in 1998.
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Colin Montgomerie (right) and Padraig Harrington will try to end Europe's drought in the majors. Paul Lawrie was the last European to win a major when he captured the 1999 British Open.
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Paul Casey is making his first appearance at Augusta since 2005.
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Four-time champion Tiger Woods won his first Masters in 1997 by the widest margin ever, 12 strokes.
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With a glove in his mouth, Tiger Woods shows there is more than one way to get over a water hazard.
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Tiger Woods and Mark O'Meara, shown here on the seventh hole, played together during the second practice round at Augusta this morning.