At Augusta, it's an age-old question

Originally Published: April 11, 2009
By Bob Harig | ESPN.com

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The talented youth that dot golf's landscape give the game a healthy future. But that is not who is getting it done here at Augusta National.

At a place where experience has almost always been as prevalent as the smell of pine, the final round of the 73rd Masters is setting up as one among those who have been here before.

Not to the Butler Cabin for the green jacket category as none of the top nine players on the leaderboard has won the Masters. ...

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