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How Gary Woodland is using data to improve his chances at the Masters (golf.com)

How Gary Woodland is using data to improve his chances at the Masters

When it comes to playing in the Masters, it was love at first scorecard-signing for Gary Woodland. Shooting a 69 in your first-ever competitive round at Augusta National, as Woodland did in 2011, will do that to a player. But that flicker of early success has yet to grow into a flame for the 36-year-old, whose tie for 24th a decade ago remains his best Masters finish in eight appearances.

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