The 2019 Masters was epic, and fans on the scene loved every minute of it as history unfolded in front of them.
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.
Friday's rollercoaster second round at Augusta National leads us to one thing: anything can happen this weekend at the Masters.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jin Young Ko leads by one at the ANA Inspiration, but several big names, including Danielle Kang, are within striking distance at the LPGA's first major of the year.
Si Woo Kim still leads, but a Monday qualifier is looking to pull a rare feat at the Valero Texas Open.