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Devalued Euros have lost Masters momentum

Updated: April 5, 2006, 3:19 PM ET
By John Huggan | Golf World

The year is 1994, and a fresh-faced young South African named Ernie Els is making his first trip to The Masters. After Els opened with a 74, a second-round 67 has the future U.S. and British Open champion only two shots off the halfway lead, a fact that nevertheless remains something of a mystery to the Augusta National patrons.

Seeing a familiar face, Neels and Hettie Els, Ernie's parents, approach a journalist.

"Do they try to keep foreign boys off the scoreboard here?" asks ...

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