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Need To Know: Swing Of Things

For thousands of golfers in foul-weather states who've been limited to driving ranges or a brief trip to the Sun Belt during the past few months, March Madness means hitting the links as soon as the sun's warm enough to take the chill out of the air.

And with a new season, hope swings -- err, springs -- eternal for players looking to take their game to another level.

For those following events at the Tavistock Cup, here's a handy batch of related links.

Two Titans At Tavistock

Ernie Els -- http://www.ernieels.com/

Tiger Woods -- http://www.tigerwoods.com/defaultflash.sps

Tournaments To Come

Masters Tournament http://www.masters.org/en_US/index.html

U.S. Open http://www.usopen.com/

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