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.
Rory McIlroy is playing some of the best golf of his life, and he’d tell you it comes as a direct result of various ways he has altered his mental approach.
The truth is you can’t go back, whether you’re Jordan Spieth, back at the Masters this week, or anybody else in the world.
Dustin Johnson says he’s close to where he was in 2017, when he entered that Masters as the clear favorite before he fell down a staircase and withdrew Thursday morning.
Tiger Woods made it clear: One of the things he loves about the Masters is the absence of your cell phone. And Rory agrees.
Patrick Reed won the 2018 Masters, and his life has changed in many ways. It hasn’t exactly been rosey in the 12 months since.
Whatever happens in the years to come, the golf world is lucky to have Jennifer Kupcho as its newest ambassador.
Visiting Augusta this week? Congrats! Bring your camera, and be sure to hit these spots for your personal photo collection.
Make no mistake, this tournament is a landmark moment for the game, for female players, for women’s equality. But it shouldn’t be, because it’s, um … 2019.
In this week’s mailbag, Alan Shipnuck discusses the best day to attend the Masters, the major he’s most looking forward to in 2019, and more.