Augusta: World No. 1 Tiger Woods arrived at Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday to begin a challenging week that he hopes will culminate in a fifth Masters title and a 15th major championship victory.
Fifty years to the day since Jack Nicklaus won his first Masters title, the man trying to break Nicklaus' record of 18 major crowns spent about 20 minutes on the practice range and played a practice round with pal Steve Stricker.
"I feel great," Woods said. "Everything is good."