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AUGUSTA, Ga. — The 84th Masters started in the dark on Thursday morning. Because tee times were set for 7 a.m. ET with sunrise was only a few minutes before that, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player congregated at the first tee to little fanfare and even less daylight.

Nicklaus and Player have never teed off in front of fewer individuals to start any Masters. Those in attendance included Augusta National members, a handful of guests, volunteers and those in the media who woke up early enough to make it to the festivities.

A light drizzle fell off and on throughout the morning, and the darkness caused the club to push tee times back 10 minutes before the…

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