Young man's course
By Paul Newberry, AP National Writer
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Scenes of 70-somethings trudging up and down the hills of Augusta National, sometimes using their clubs as canes and struggling to break 90, is a Masters tradition no more.
Most of the old-timers have faded away, relegated to the par-3 tournament or ceremonial duties. They've been done in by a supersized course that's just no fun to play for a senior citizen.
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