After you power-flip past the instruction overload, Golf Digest offers up an outstanding Masters preview issue.
Jaime Diaz compiles a must-read oral history of Seve's career highlights and struggles . Links also has a cover story on Seve by Lauren St. John. A long, entertaining and insightful interview with Jim Nantz includes his most embarrassing on-air moment, his insistence that the Augusta people do not tell them to say things like "patrons," his belief that golf is not an elitist sport and his self-nomination as defender of golf's integrity (and Titleist's!).
Nick Seitz looks at the practice round ritual of skipping balls off the lake at 16 , the only exciting thing to do on Tuesday at the Masters besides shopping. And there's this look at the underground green heating and drainage system at Augusta with photo and cool illustration.
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