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Nick Watney putts on the 13th green at Amen Corner in front of an assortment of colorful flowers in the 2009 Masters, but Augusta's azaleas and dogwoods, which help define the Masters, have either bloomed or wilted because of the early spring, and the Masters has gone green this year.

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The bloom is off Augusta National

Because of an early spring, colorful azaleas and blooming dogwoods that have been a staple of the Augusta National have either lost their bloom or are wilting with the Masters just two days away.


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