Greetings from Augusta
Well, that's about all I can report, because that's all there is to report on Monday of Masters week. Unlike last year, when players were moaning and groaning about the 155 yards that was added to the course's length, there are no significant changes this year, nothing to make big news three days before the tournament begins.
Oh, there are little things here and there. Phil Mickelson made a hole-in-one at No. 16 during a practice round yesterday. Geoff Ogilvy said he won't lay up at the par-3 fourth hole, though he admitted "it's not a completely ridiculous thing to do." And I sat in on the Charles Howell III press conference; this just in: he still really wants to win here.
Rest assured, things will get moving tomorrow. I'll be here all week with my ear to the ground, so check this blog early and often for more from Augusta.