Saturday, April 7, 2012

Fred couples

  • AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Fred Couples floats across Augusta National on a cloud of cool. At 52, he figures hes in on a free pass. Hes got aches and pains as old as the guy with whom he shares the top of the leaderboard.
  • (US News and World Report)
  • AUGUSTA, Ga. – While many of the world's finest young golfers failed to find a birdie-making gear Friday at the 76th Masters, one of the tournament's oldest competitors keeps doing what he seemingly does every time he plays this championship.
  • (Tacoma News Tribune)
  • AUGUSTA, Ga. - Before there was Tiger, Rory, Sergio or Phil, a smooth-swinging guy named Freddie used to make em go crazy at the Masters. He can still make it interesting.
  • (Pioneer Press)
  • Augusta, GA (Sports Network) - In a rare show of emotion, Fred Couples gave a double fist pump after sinking his par putt on No. 18 Friday at the Masters.
  • (13 WMAZ)
  • First paragraphs of stories about Freddie Couples should always include the words like fine wine. He is the Opus One of the pro golf tour. With a golf club in his hands, Couples is 52 going on 30.
  • (Bradenton Herald)
  • Two and a half years ago, Fred Couples wandered around Harding Park as the U.S. captain in the Presidents Cup.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • Twenty years after his win at Augusta, 52-year-old Fred Couples grabbed a share of the second-round lead at the Masters. AUGUSTA, Ga. -- All signs pointed to this being a Masters for the ages.
  • (Abc Local Web)
  • Fred Couples is trying to win the Masters 20 years after he won in 1992. He is in a tie for the lead with Jason Dufner after two rounds. ASSOCIATED PRESS Enlarge AUGUSTA, Ga.
  • (Toledo Blade)
  • AUGUSTA, Ga. — For 36 holes, the Masters Tournament is a classic battle between the tortoise and the hare. And so far, slow and steady has been the way to go.
  • (Shreveport Times)
  • AUGUSTA, GA. — Fred Couples is 52, and there's no telling the relative age of his vertebrae. Yet as he walks on the grounds of Augusta National Golf Club, his back loosens up, and the years melt away.
  • (Washington Post)

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