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Jon Gast column: Retiring from the Masters

8:39 PM, Apr. 9, 2013
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It's time again for the Masters, a tournament so steeped in tradition and beauty even non-golfers who find little interest in the pace of the game tune in to see it. It's even better now that high-definition television has been introduced.

"I haven't seen the Masters on television since before high definition was invented," said Mike Morrison, sales manager of Quarterdeck Marina in Sturgeon Bay. He's in for a treat.

Well, maybe not so big a treat because it's tough to top actually being there. Outside of one year when Morrison was out of the country on work, he's been working the Masters at ...

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