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Golf's Best Bogged Down at Damp Masters

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Golf's Best Bogged Down at Damp Masters

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Golf's Best Bogged Down at Damp Masters

Golf's Best Bogged Down at Damp Masters

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The Masters golf tournament is off to a slow and soggy start after two days of rain delays. But the weather is improving, even if Vijay Singh and Phil Mickelson's relationship is not. Scott Simon and Chicago Sun-Times sports columnist Ron Rapoport talk about the annual event in Augusta, Ga.

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