AUGUSTA, Ga. — The rough is thicker, the greens are softer, the calendar is later. The opening round of the first November Masters in history is not yet complete — thunderstorms Thursday morning are to thank for that. But we now know the differences and the similarities. The most prominent thing that didn’t change from spring to fall: Tiger Woods is in the mix.
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• At the Masters, some of the world’s best again confront the wait — and the weight
• The Masters calls for strategy. Bryson DeChambeau is trying strong-arm math instead.
• Masters golfers won’t see the blooms, but they will really miss hearing the roars
• In a grim year, a November Masters is something to be thankful for
• At the Masters, Tiger Woods walks in two worlds
• Bryson DeChambeau has a scientist’s mind in a linebacker’s body
• Jon Rahm’s pond-skipping hole-in-one at Augusta has been done before but was still incredible
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