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Last year Luke Donald was the world’s No. 1-ranked golfer entering all four of the sport’s major championships. He was No. 1 for 55 weeks, and it was at the 2012 Masters when his duel for the top spot with Rory McIlroy started. This year’s Masters begins Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club and Donald has dropped to No. 4 in the world and he hasn’t been having a Luke Donald type of year so far. But a swing change and some putting help from his college golf coach at Northwestern has him feeling much better about his game, as Len Ziehm explains.