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April 8, 2010 3:09 PM

Commentary: Augusta National chairman gives a lesson in hypocrisy with Woods remarks

Who knew God made a high horse low enough for Billy Payne to saddle? On the eve of Tiger Woods' return to tournament golf, Payne, the chairman of Augusta National Golf Course, used his annual Masters news conference to add his voice to the throng of self-righteous hypocrites blasting Woods for the golfer's sexual promiscuity.

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