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Steve Stricker says he is rusty going into the Masters

Steve Stricker of the United States hits his tee shot on the third hole during the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship golf tourna
Steve Stricker of the United States hits his tee shot on the third hole during the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship golf tourna

(WNFL)- Madison golfer Steve Stricker says he feels fresh but rusty going into the Masters' tournament which begins on Thursday at Augusta National. The world's 15th-ranked golfer said the cold winter cost him some quality practice time in Wisconsin. Also, he recently spent a lot of time with his older brother Scott, who had a liver transplant. Stricker says his game is not as sharp as it could be -- and he couldn't practice yesterday, after heavy rains all but canceled practice rounds at Augusta. The 47-year-old Stricker started playing a limited schedule last year, to spend more time with his family, friends, and charity work in Wisconsin. He did manage to make four-point-four million dollars on the P-G-A Tour, with four runner-up finishes and eight in the Top-10. Stricker says his limited play has helped him in a couple ways. He says he feels healthier than ever -- and bad shots on the course don't affect him as much. Today, Stricker has a practice round with Mequon native Jordan Niebrugge. The 20-year-old earned a Masters' bid by winning the U-S Amateur Public Links Championship last year.  

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