At the Masters, players often shrink from the enormity of the opportunity. But Phil Mickelson has always been inspired to play his best, and at 48, he’s proving that he still has some magic left.
On Thursday afternoon Jack Nicklaus sat in a small room in the Augusta National press building. He was sucked into the Masters telecast like the rest of us.
Check the Masters leaderboard and see: The first round turned from meh to marvelous. Here’s what you should look for in round two at Augusta.
The mystique had been ailing for years, a victim of extended TV coverage, eye-popping high-definition and 3D broadcasts, and the miracle of Google Earth.
What can be said with certainty in this mad age? Only this: Tiger Woods will be in this thing until is over, whenever that may be.
Augusta’s 5th hole was never easy. But at the 2019 Masters, it’s clear that the hole called Magnolia is going to play harder than ever.
Speaking during his annual press conference, Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley backed away from the idea of a women’s pro event hosted at Augusta National.
Three years ago, LPGA star Sandra Gal and Hall of Famer Marilynn Smith struck up an unlikely friendship that Gal cherishes even more since Smith’s passing.
Each week, senior writer Alan Shipnuck answers your questions on anything and everything golf in his mailbag. This week, Shipnuck tackles all things Augusta.
You know that old maxim about death, taxes and Phil Mickelson contending at the Masters? It’s not true anymore — the last part, at least.