A deer once roamed the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. An investigation into that wild and crazy day at the Masters.
Who says you can’t come home again? Augusta native Charles Howell III didn’t know if he’d play another Masters. After a lengthy layoff, he’s back.
GOLF’s recent day with Michelle Wie in San Francisco was a dawn-to-dusk exercise in coordination.
The Masters prides itself on being the best event in golf. Most of the time it delivers — but there have been a few bumps along the way.
When Roly Padron lost his job, he turned back to his high school passion: detailing shoes. Now he’s the reason why golf’s elite players are adding flair to their kicks.
Augusta National prefers that you call them “patrons.” But there are other fair descriptors for the many kinds of people who attend the Masters.
Amen Corner is filled with more than just longtime superfans. Each year, the marshals working these holes (Augusta calls these volunteers “gallery guards”) also tend to be stationed at the same spots.
We talked to 40 Tour players to get their unvarnished, off-the-record takes on Augusta National and the Masters.
Of the Masters’ famously affordable concession offerings, which menu item comes out on top? We let them duke it out.
Play begins Wednesday at Champions Retreat Golf Club, but every women in the field has her eye set on Saturday at Augusta.