Staging a future women’s major championship at Augusta National would be incredible PR for the club as well as good for the game as a whole.
We’ve looked forward to this Sunday since this exact Sunday last year. Now, there’s exactly one way this Masters will end.
Tiger Woods will tee off with at least a two-stroke deficit Sunday morning. It will be an uphill battle, but he’s got as great a chance as anyone else.
Francesco Molinari leads the Masters by two shots with 18 holes to go. Not even a run-in with “American air-conditioning” has slowed him down.
Francesco Molinari first met Tiger Woods at the 2006 Masters when he was caddying for his brother, Edoardo. Much has changed since.
Jordan Spieth went from a Thursday 75 to a Friday 68 to prove that yes, he’s still very much alive in this 83rd Masters.
Jason Day appeared heading towards another WD before vaulting to the top of the Masters leaderboard after 36 holes.
Paul Casey shot a first-round 81 on Thursday, rendering his second round rather meaningless at Augusta National. Here’s what that looked like Friday.
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.