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Familiar brief for Woods and McIlroy at Augusta National

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The American is chasing a first major since 2008, while the Northern Irishman has another shot at a career grand slam
Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy both want to win the Green Jacket

Molinari aims to inspire as he chases more Major glory

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Molinari hopes recent success will inspire next generation of Italian players
Molinari aims to inspire as he chases more Major glory, © Getty Images

Jordan Spieth happy to go under the radar in bid for second Masters title

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The 2015 champion has finished no lower than 11th in five appearances at Augusta National
Jordan Spieth has finished no lower than 11th in five appearances at Augusta National

Masters success a state of mind for McIlroy

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Juggling and meditation on the menu as Rory targets glory in Georgia
Masters success a state of mind for McIlroy

Woods’ desire to win another Masters burns as brightly as ever

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Woods has not won a Major for 11 years
Tiger Woods is itching to win another Masters

Justin Rose focused and confident ahead of Masters bid

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The Englishman has an excellent record at Augusta National
Justin Rose believes he has what it takes to win the Masters

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The rise, fall and return – Pinehurst's pageantry Pt.2

M. James Ward reviews the next chapter in the development of America's golf mecca with the staging of the 124th US Open this week.
USGA chief championships officer John Bodenhamer insists Pinehurst will be “tough but fair” for the 124th US Open

Pinehurst No.2 set to take centre stage at US Open

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Fans gather around the main scoreboard during a practice round for the 124th US Open at Pinehurst (Matt York/AP)

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