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Why do lefties do so well at Augusta?

...long players," he said. "Bubba curves the ball a lot, and I think that lends itself well here."ESPN announcer Curtis Strange agreed with Weir."The No. 1 factor is their talent and more left-handed players are playing the game now...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/why-do-lefties-do-so-well-augusta
Strange co-hosts ESPN's Masters coverage

Curtis Strange was known for his intensity during his playing days, and he brings that same passion to his role this week for ESPN.

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/strange-co-hosts-espns-masters-coverage
Easter Sunday is special for Bernhard Langer

...10 tee) I looked at the board real quick and said, 'Jesus Christ, I can't believe I'm four shots behind Curtis Strange.'"This was on national TV, going to hundreds of millions of homes. So when I got home two weeks later I had...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/easter-sunday-special-bernhard-langer
Throwback Thursday: Tiger's 2005 Masters win

...with rounds of 72 and 74, but 68 in the third round left him a shot off the pace. In the final round, he trailed Curtis Strange heading into the final nine. Strange found water on both of the par-5s coming in and made a pair of bogeys to squander...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/history/throwback-thursday-tigers-2005-masters-
UGA Week: Georgia golfers are major force on PGA Tour

...last year. In 1988, nine Deacons earned a cumulative total of $2.71 million, with seven total victories from Curtis Strange, Lanny Wadkins and Jay Haas. Considering purses are 10 times larger today, the adjusted cash value would eclipse...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/news/uga-week-georgia-golfers-are-major-force-p
Throwback Thursday: Langer wins in 1985

...Weekend rounds of 68 wound up being the difference in his first win at Augusta.In 1985, the European trailed American Curtis Strange heading into the second nine. But Strange, bidding to win after opening with an 80, found water on both of the...

http://augusta.com/masters/story/history/throwback-thursday-langer-wins-1985
Spieth looks to put new experience to use

...have the talent to keep putting themselves there and then they have all those experiences going forward."ESPN's Curtis Strange, the last man to win consecutive U.S. Opens, agreed."Normally you learn how to play this game when you get...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/golf/2014-06-09/spieth-looks-put-new-experie
Much has changed since US Open was last at Pinehurst No. 2

...bunkers."It's what they want to call undergrowth. I call it weeds," said two-time U.S. Open champion Curtis Strange, who played the course last month to prepare for his duties as an ESPN analyst. "It's still going to be penal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/golf/2014-06-08/much-has-changed-us-open-was
Voting changes should bring more Hall of Famers to ceremony

...expected at the next induction ceremony in May 2015, along with the six Hall of Famers from the nominating panel (Curtis Strange, Johnny Miller, Karrie Webb, Carol Mann, Beth Daniel and Peter Alliss).The rest of the voting panel includes the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/golf/2014-03-25/ferguson-voting-changes-shou
J.B. Holmes has strong start in latest return

...ESPN crews, which feature the likes of two-time major champion Johnny Miller, two-time U.S. Open champions Curtis Strange and Andy North, and former U.S. Women's Open champion Dottie Pepper.Fox Sports thus far has hired Mark Loomis...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/golf/2014-01-28/jb-holmes-has-strong-start-l