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Northern Irishman pleased to put frustrating year behind him

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Guide to the 64th Masters

Includes Card of the Course, Tee-Off Times and Odds

Viewers vote Ali greatest sportsman

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Golf: Monty stalking the local heroes

NEVER MIND his exhausting season in Europe chasing his seventh successive Order of Merit. Nor the Ryder Cup. Nor the World Match Play. Colin Montgomerie has still not tired of winning tournaments or playing spectacular golf in 1999. A five-under-par round of 67 has left Scotland's finest poised to add the Australian Open to his haul of titles this year.

An Eden east of Edinburgh

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Golf: RYDER CUP: Four classics that aroused America

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Questionaire: Peter Alliss, Former Ryder Cup Player And Golf Commentator

Who will win the Ryder Cup?

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