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Golf Central Live From the Masters Notable Quotes
Monday, April 4 (1-5 p.m. ET, Golf Channel)
Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga.

**Golf Central Live From the Masters continues tonight at 7 p.m. ET on Golf Channel**

Compelling feature stories scheduled to debut on tonight’s show include:

  • The Collapse of ’96 Felt Down Under – Twenty years ago, Greg Norman’s historic collapse was felt around the world, but the pain felt in his native Australia was by far the greatest. Adam Scott reflects on the emotions he felt in watching his hero falter down the stretch, and how Scott’s win in 2013 helped heal the wound of a nation.

  • DeChambeau the Artist – 2015 U.S. Amateur champion Bryson DeChambeau – making his Masters debut this week has proven himself capable of handling pressure situations even as an amateur. While it’s clear that a physics degree from Southern Methodist University sets DeChambeau apart and helps him to assess his strengths and weaknesses in greater statistical and scientific detail than his contemporaries, Notah Begay helps illustrate how DeChambeau is just as much an artist as he is scientist.

Three-time Masters Champion Gary Player speaking with Steve Sands on dedicating his ceremonial tee shot on Thursday to Arnold Palmer
Gary Player – “Arnold, Jack and I traveled the world together… We traveled the world as three brothers wanting to beat the living daylights out of each other… We were brothers, and [the] camaraderie and trying to improve the game of golf which we loved and adored. Arnold – a dear friend of mine – when he doesn’t tee off it will be very said. And the only thing I could do is dedicate my tee shot to him good or bad to him with good intentions… He will be on the first tee, and he will enjoy it, and the public will give him the reception that he deserves.”

On Jason Day
Mark Rolfing – “I think Jason Day is tired… The question is, can Jason Day be refreshed? If he is and is ready to go, there is no tournament that is more fit to a player than Jason Day. The combination of power and precision that is just elegant to watch.”
-NBC Sports Group-