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April 06, 2004
April 06, 2004

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April 6, 2004

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2004 MASTERS PREVIEW
APRIL 8-11
AUGUSTA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB

This is an article from the April 6, 2004 issue

20 End of an Affair
After a half century of making memories at Augusta, Arnold Palmer
will take one last bow
by John Garrity

26 Big Time or Bust
Casey Wittenberg, 19, will bring an old-school game and a
new-school 'tude to his first Masters
by Alan Shipnuck

34 Sand Storm
Jeff Maggert lost last year because of two horrendous bunker
shots. Was one of them someone else's fault?
by Michael Bamberger

38 Who's Next?
The last five majors have been won by first-timers. SI's experts
think one of a dozen players could continue the trend

42 Taking on The Times
The New York Times was a force in the war over Augusta, until a
hired gun shot holes in the paper's coverage
by Alan Shipnuck

TOURNAMENTS

8 Tiger Twin
Adams Scott swings and is built like Woods. At the Players, Scott
won like him
by Gary Van Sickle

14 The Future Is Now
Grace Park and a couple of talented teens took over at the Kraft
Nabisco Championship
by Alan Shipnuck

TRAVEL

58 War Stories
During an impromptu detour, the author ends up awakening some
unsettling memories
by William Nack

DEPARTMENTS

4 First Up
63 The Week
68 Teeing Off

COVER
PHOTOGRAPH BY ART RICKERBY

COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY FRED VUICH FLYING COLORS Augusta National is ready and waiting for its 68th Masters.