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Losing is never fun, but it's not all bad for DiMarco. For two straight years he's had a front-row seat for the final round at the Masters.
He opened with a 77 and missed the cut. If he's not careful, he may lose his shot at the best-player-never-to-have-won-a-major label.
After Phil Mickelson got hazed for tap dancing around the greens with extralong cleats, players won't want to wear them--and they shouldn't.
Even though he played only because his grandkids asked him to, the 1970 champion should've known better. A 106 with a 14 on one hole? Ouch!
Last year's amateur sensation--he was 13th in '04--flunked Q school and has struggled all year as a pro. He made the cut in Augusta but faded by going 74-76 on the weekend.