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None of golf's biggest stars have won a tournament in 2014, and more specifically, for the first time in twenty years it's two biggest names, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, aren't playing on the weekend in The Masters.

Priorities have changed for Bubba Watson: "I was the man because I was the defending champion last year. Now Adam is the man and I want to be known as the winner of The Masters again."

More obscure players have won PGA events this year, and The Masters could be won by someone most people don't know ... yet.

Before last season, Adam Scott was regarded as one of the best golfer's in the world, having won over thirty tournaments. But he was known just as much for what he had not accomplished.

We'll never see Joe Montana or Michael Jordan in action again. Watching golf's greats tee off in Augusta is an awe-inspiring tradition.

Taylor Zarzour
This is Taylor Zarzour's fifth straight year covering The Masters for the Charlotte Observer. He is currently the host of Bleacher Report Radio each weekday from 11 am to 2 pm on Sirius XM Channel 92. He continues to live in Charlotte with his wife and two children.