Three top players managed to shoot rounds of seven-under 65 on Saturday, making Augusta National look downright gettable. But just how hard is it for a recreational player to score here? GOLF.com investigates.
After endless hype, speculation and prognostication, "the most anticipated Masters of our lifetime" (so said Jim Nantz!) commenced under blue skies at Augusta National. Through 18 holes it is living up to the hype.
Two of Tiger Woods's top representatives have challenged the reporting in a much-buzzed-about new Woods biography, alleging that the book is "littered with egregious errors" and the authors "can't even manage basic truth and accuracy."
All week long he been blasting tee shots past his opponents, including the long-bombing Justin Thomas, and early on Sunday the stripe show continued at the 336-yard par-4 7th, where Woods drove the green and then made eagle.
For golfers seeking sweet ocean breezes, there’s another high-wattage draw in this corner of the Caribbean, one that will continue accepting visitors long after Tiger and the boys skip town. It’s the newly opened — well, still opening — Baha Mar.
This is the first installment in our 11-part "The Course I’m Thankful For" series, in which we asked GOLF.com staffers to wax lovingly about the first course that stole their golfing hearts. Our first story comes from N.Y.