• Bubba's Back! Masters Photo Tribute
    Bubba's Back! Masters Photo TributeGetty Images
    Tiger was a no-show, Phil packed his bags after 36 holes, and Rory and Adam were never serious threats -- but guess what? The show went on. Here's a look back at another Masters filled with thrills, spills and a few final-round thrills. Full Story»
  • Heroes & Zeros
    This week's heroes? Bubba and The Mechanic. Zeros? The other side of Jordan SpiethGetty Images
    Jordan Spieth exceeded all our expectations in his Masters debut, but until he gets his emotions in check, he's not going to be the player we want him to be, writes Alan Shipnuck. Full Story»
  • McIlroy Vs. Spieth
    Van Cyncial Mailbag: Rory McIlroy vs. Jordan Spieth, lefties at Augusta National and all your Masters questions answeredRobert Beck/SI
    Has Jordan Spieth replaced Rory McIlroy as the game's most exciting young player? Gary Van Sickle answers all your Masters questions, including why lefties like Bubbba Watson keep winning at Augusta in The Van Cynical Mailbag. Full Story»


ClubTest: 27 irons reviewed by players like you!
ClubTest: 27 irons reviewed by players like you!
Our band of 40 ClubTesters critiqued 27 new iron models, ranging from Tour-ready sticks to irons designed for high-handicappers.
ClubTest 2014: 23 New Drivers
ClubTest 2014: 23 New Drivers
Golf Magazine's ClubTest 2014 has arrived. Powering our ClubTest are 40 average Joes, who tested and critiqued 23 top new drivers. Read the reviews.


Dave Pelz: Roll Putts Fast ... Or Try Dying
Need For Speed
Golf Magazine’s technical & short-game consultant Dave Pelz has a putting-style test that reveals the pace you should use -- fast or slow -- to drain big breakers.
Manzella's Masters Moves: Launch It High and Stop It Quick
How To Hit Those Masters Shots
Top 100 Teacher Brian Manzella demonstrates two moves that'll help you hit the kind of powerful, high-peaking shots you need at Augusta National.

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Texas Golf Guide
Texas Golf Guide
The Lone Star state's course roster is impressive. The big name layouts are good enough that the PGA Tour stops in Texas four times a year.
Travelin' Joe's Insider Tip: Orlando
Insider Tip: Orlando
If you're in Orlando, Florida, there's only one place you have to go -- Bay Hill. Why? To pay your respects to the King, Arnold Palmer, himself.
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