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Agent: Tiger plays Augusta; Masters status unknown

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 8:17:00 PM

Tiger Woods played 18 holes at Augusta National on Tuesday but it is not yet known whether he will play in next week’s Masters.

Woods’ agent, Mark Steinberg, confirmed to GolfChannel.com that the former world No. 1 made the trip to Augusta and played a practice round. 

Steinberg told ESPN.com that the four-time Masters champion played alongside caddie Joe LaCava and two club members and that “Tiger clearly is working hard and he will advise as to when he is ready to play competitively.”

There is no deadline for Woods to commit to the Masters, though it’d be a surprise if a decision wasn’t made by the end of the week. 

The Augusta Chronicle first reported the news Tuesday that Woods was in the area; the newspaper spotted a private plane at the regional airport that matched the tail number of Woods’ Gulfstream G5. 

Woods hasn’t played a competitive round since Feb. 5, when he withdrew during the first round of the Farmers Insurance Open. Less than a week later he announced that he was taking an indefinite break from the game, saying that his game wasn’t up to his standards.

He skipped the Arnold Palmer Invitational, a tournament he’s won eight times, and now has fallen outside the top 100 in the world for the first time since September 1996. 

Scott switching back to long putter for Masters

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 8:00:00 PM

Adam Scott’s experiment with a conventional-length putter lasted only three events.

The world No. 6 told the Australian Associated Press on Tuesday that he’ll put the broomstick putter back in play for next week's Masters. 

The switch back to the long wand isn’t viewed as a long-term solution, of course; anchoring is banned on professional tours beginning Jan. 1.

In his most recent start, at Bay Hill, Scott missed five times inside 5 feet, 11 putts inside 10 feet and lost more than four shots to the field on the greens. When he missed the cut the previous week in Tampa – his first MC in 45 events – he lost a whopping 7.8 strokes on the greens.

Scott has never been a consistently strong putter with either method, but his putting since 2011 – when he switched to the long putter – was viewed as a positive move. He won his first major, the 2013 Masters, and rose to No. 1 in the world last May. 

Since 2011, Scott has finished no worse than 14th in four appearances at Augusta.  

Mission Hills playing softer, with higher rough for ANA

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 8:03:00 PM

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. – Lexi Thompson won the year’s first major championship playing bomb and gouge last year, driving the ball brilliantly without having to worry about penal rough.

The defending champion took note that the ANA Inspiration is offering a different setup this year at Mission Hills.

“It definitely is playing a lot different,” Thompson said Tuesday. “They've been watering it quite a bit. So, it's softer. The rough is up, which, major championships should be. I'm happy to see that. But it's going to be playing tough, like it always does. You have to keep it in the fairway, because it's a tree-lined golf course with thick rough. So, just keep it in the fairway and hopefully sink some putts.”

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While Thompson’s big drives garnered a lot of attention in helping her win her first major here last year, she also putted brilliantly.

Beatriz Recari prefers this setup to last year’s light rough.

“I didn’t think it was ideal,” Recari said of last year’s less penal setup. “It’s back to being nice and high.”

Recari said the thick rough won’t just impact tee shots. She said the short game will be impacted with players having to get up and down from thick rough around the greens, which aren’t as lush this year. The greens feature some brown spots.

“Certain areas don’t look good, but they roll fine,” Recari said.