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April 10, 2014

English struggles in first round of Masters



English enjoyed playing with former Georgia Bulldog golf teammate Henley for his first-ever tournament round at the Masters.

“It’s very special, I’ve played with Russell ever since I was twelve years old maybe even younger,” English said. “We played a lot of golf together at Georgia. It’s awesome to be able to share my first time playing in the Masters with him and playing with a guy like Lee (Westwood). It was a great group and I’m looking forward to tomorrow.”

Henley also got a kick out of playing in this special tournament with English, with their former college golf coach Chris Haack and other coaches watching their every shot on the course Thursday.

“It didn’t quite like it was real playing Augusta, playing with Harris, playing with our coaches watching hard at us was kind of like a dream,” Henley said. “It was a lot of fun and I wish it was like that every week.”

So how many ‘Go-Dawgs’ chants did this group hear?

“If I had a dollar for every one I’d be a millionaire,” Henley said.

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