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Saturday's Masters golf gossip column

Henrik Stenson
Stenson saw the funny side of his eight at the par three fourth

Swede Henrik Stenson could still see the funny side after taking eight shots at the fourth and setting an unwanted record for the highest score at a par three at the Masters. "Do I get a piece of crystal for that," he said afterwards.
Full story: Daily Mail

Former champion Ian Woosnam had a Masters to forget. The Welshman not only missed the cut but he also sat on a shooting stick and struck a patron on the head with his tee shot on the sixth.
Full story: Daily Telegraph

Graeme McDowell and Ian Poulter have been told to curb their prodigous Twitter output by Augusta National officials. "That's fair enough," conceded McDowell. (Daily Express)

Englishman Luke Donald raised $35,000 for the Japanese earthquake fund on Friday by making seven birdies to move into the top 10 at the Masters. Donald is donating $5,000 for every birdie he makes at Augusta. (Daily Mirror)


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see also
Friday's Masters gossip column
08 Apr 11 |  Golf
Thursday's Masters gossip
07 Apr 11 |  Golf
Wednesday's Masters gossip
06 Apr 11 |  Golf
Tuesday's Masters gossip
05 Apr 11 |  Golf
Donald wins par-three at Augusta
06 Apr 11 |  Golf
BBC Sport's Masters 2011 preview
06 Apr 11 |  Golf
BBC experts preview the Masters
06 Apr 11 |  Golf
McDowell to skip par-three event
06 Apr 11 |  Golf
Woods brushes off Poulter claims
06 Apr 11 |  Golf
Westwood downplays drama on plane
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