Who is the real master?

At the end of the day Hootie Johnson and friends will realize that the they are masters by title, not by authority writes Page 2's Ralph Wiley.

Updated: April 11, 2003, 9:19 AM ET
By Ralph Wiley | Page 2 columnist

In early 2002, in a fit of prescience, the National Geographic Society decided it wanted a story about aspects -- geographic, animal, vegetable, mineral and otherwise -- of a certain slice of Augusta, Ga.

Anticipating the shape of things to come, National Geographic magazine tapped your boy for the duty for a 1,000-word "Zip USA" story. I had 30904 -- the Zip that included, among other things, Augusta National Golf Club. I was to try to make sense of it all, find a telling theme, in a ...

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