Justin Parsons assisted 2011 champion Charl Schwartzel at The Masters. Here the Butch Harmon School of Golf Dubai director of instruction shares lessons from Augusta National that you can help your game.
From 1952 to 1963, Doug Ford was one of the most prolific winners in professional golf.
That Sunday felt like a typical Sunday. Sam Gerry, then 14, hit golf balls on a simulator near his home. Later he played Tiger Woods PGA Tour on the Xbox with his dad. It wasn’t until the next morning that he felt something wrong.
One-on-one with new Masters champion and Hublot ambassador Patrick Reed.
Next step in the creative brain of tournament director Steve Worthy? Getting the winners into the Masters.
Jordan Spieth is not one to brag or rodomontade. So while the following seems like bluster, know that, to the three-time major winner, it’s anything but.
Unfortunately for the former Masters champion, people aren’t soon going to forget what happened on the 13th at Augusta National earlier this month.
Rory McIlroy might be licking his wounds from his Sunday shortcoming at Augusta National but it hasn’t wavered his self-conviction.
The 2018 Masters was memorable and yet unpredictable, too, given that the protagonists who came after Patrick Reed on Sunday weren’t necessarily the men most expected to put up the biggest fights.
Tony Finau describes the moment he sprained his ankle at the Par 3 Contest at the Masters as embarrassing. These pictures prove it was painful, too.
On October 6, 1956, a New York Daily News sportswriter named Joe Trimble couldn’t begin his story on what he’d just seen. It was too much. He was stuck. His paper’s columnist, Dick Young, reached across Trimble and typed it for him: “The imperfect man pitched a perfect game.”