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AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 12: Louis Oosthuizen was not a happy camper over the weekend at Augusta (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Oosty unhappy about end to Masters
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14 April, 2014
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Louis Oosthuizen looked like he might be in with a shot after round two at Augusta. He was on level par and clearly in good form. But the 31-year-old didn’t have the Masters weekend he was hoping for.


AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 13: Bubba Watson of the United States poses with the Green Jacket after winning the 2014 Masters Tournament by a three-strokes (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Bubba does it again
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14 April, 2014
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For much of the final pairing’s front nine on Sunday, it looked like the 20-year-old Jordan Spieth might just pull away from Bubba Watson and the rest of the field to become the youngest winner in the history of the Masters. But in a matter of two holes Bubba broke the young man’s spirit and from thereon in would be unbeatable.


HARARE, ZIMBABWE - APRIL 13: Jbe' Kruger during the final round of the Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open at Royal Harare Golf Club (Photo by Petri Oeschger/Sunshine Tour/Gallo Images) Jbe’ Kruger shows guns in Harare
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13 April, 2014
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Jbe’ Kruger came out with “guns blazing” at Royal Harare Golf Club on Sunday to chase down his second Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open title


AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 12: Jordan Spieth of the United States lines up a putt on the 17th green during the third round of the 2014 Masters Tournament (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images) Many (stories) loom on Masters Sunday
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13 April, 2014
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A runaway victory by Bubba Watson appeared likely after round two. Luckily that is no longer the case.


AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 11: Bubba Watson of the United States hits his tee shot on the 16th hole during the second round of the 2014 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images) Bubba takes control at Augusta
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12 April, 2014
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Friday at Augusta proved to be trying. The greens were slippery, even more than usual thanks to strong, swirling winds. But 2012 champion Bubba Watson handled the conditions well, better than anyone. And as a result, he will take a three-shot lead into Saturday.


Dale Hayes was the master of ceremonies at the Compleat Golfer Annual Awards Dinner on 31 March VIDEO: Compleat Golfer Annual Awards Dinner
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11 April, 2014
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Compleat Golfer hosted the 22nd edition of its Annual Awards Dinner at Country Club Johannesburg on 31 March. And the SuperGolf team, with Dale Hayes at the helm, was there to cover the event


AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 10: Louis Oosthuizen watches his tee shot on the 17th hole during the first round of the 2014 Masters Tournament (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Scott, Oosthuizen off to good start at Augusta
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11 April, 2014
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Defending champion Adam Scott and runner-up in 2012 Louis Oosthuizen got off to good starts in the 78th Masters, both carding three-under-par 69s to finish in a tie for second with 2012 victor Bubba Watson. Bill Haas of the US leads by one shot heading into Friday.


CADIZ, SPAIN - APRIL 03: Jake Roos hits his tee shot on the 11th hole during day one of the NH Collection Open (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images) Jake eyes Zimbabwean double
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9 April, 2014
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Jake Roos closed out last year’s Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open with a final round of 67 at Royal Harare Golf Club, bettering Darren Fichardt and Italy’s Francesco Laporta by one shot. This year he hopes to triumph again


AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 08: Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland speaks with the media (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images) Is it Rory’s week? Or… what about Ernie?
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9 April, 2014
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The day following Rory McIlroy’s self-destructing final round of 80 in the 2011 Masters, he phoned his mother in tears. “That’s probably the only time I’ve cried over golf,” he said