If there is ever a golf tournament that professionals hope to win, it's the Masters. The problem with Augusta National, however, is it doesn't always suit the game of certain professionals.
Lee Trevino famously had trouble with Augusta, winning each of the other three majors twice but only finishing in the top-10 at the Masters two times, and he isn't the only one that struggles when it comes to the opening major of the year.
Enter Graeme McDowell, the 2010 U.S. Open champion, who has really had issues at Augusta National in his seven Masters starts. McDowell has missed the cut five times at the Masters, with a T-12 in 2012 being his best finish, and after missing the cut this season, decided to spend some time doing some Augusta National homework.
According to the Associated Press' Doug Ferguson, McDowell watched the Sunday broadcast and took notes, hoping to help his chances of understanding the nuances that make Augusta National so tough.
Read More »from Graeme McDowell watched the final round of the Masters on TV and took notes
"I watched the coverage on Sunday