AUGUSTA, GEORGIA | Of all the captivating elements about Augusta National and the Masters – from the spellbinding scenery to the greatest gathering of golf course logos in the world – the best may be the irrepressible notion of imagination.
It pulses like blood through this place and it feels almost as essential.
The magic of Augusta National and the Masters isn’t about what can’t happen.
It’s about what can happen.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat could win this Masters. So could Justin Harding or Corey Conners.
Stranger things have happened.
Charles Coody won. Tommy Aaron won. Danny Willett won.
And John Daly is still signing autographs out of his RV at Hooters down the street.
That may not be the stuff of dreams, at least not the general public’s dreams, but it conjures up the possibilities of what could happen over the next two days, particularly if Mother Nature decides to cooperate and keep the bad weather away until after sundown Sunday.
Dream, baby, dream.
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