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Tiger Woods competed in his first major since 2015 at last week’s Masters. Luckily for golf fans, they won’t have to wait as long before his next major appearance.
Patrick Reed won the Masters on Sunday. Winning the tournament, or any major for that matter, bestows its share of riches, opportunities, and fame. All pale in comparison, however, to earning some love from the G.O.A.T.
Masters morning rundown: Rory’s chasing Reed, Fowler’s big chance, Tiger falters, and Phil does Phil things
Welcome to the Masters morning rundown, your one-stop shop to catch up on the action from Augusta National. Here’s everything you need to know heading into the final round.
Out of contention, Tiger Woods at least had some space to go find the feels that had gone missing the first two rounds. Yet by day’s end, it was more frustration than discovery.
Masters 2018: Saturday’s winners & losers—Reed, Rory provide a Ryder Cup rematch; Tiger, Phil struggle
We hand out the bouquets, and throw a few bricks, after an intriguing third round at Augusta National.
Having been around the game at a pretty high level, there hasn’t been that much lately that has surprised me. That was until this week when I drove up Magnolia Lane.
Comebacks at 42 ain’t easy. Bay Hill and Innisbrook ain’t Augusta National, either.
Masters 2018: Jim Nantz says this year is the most anticipated tournament in his 33-year broadcasting at Augusta
Jim Nantz’s victory calls are things of poetic embellishment, but the man himself is a voice of reason. Thus, there is no need to take the following with a grain of salt: the broadcaster says the 2018 Masters is shaping up to be a tournament unlike any other.
There is a small moment in the new Tiger Woods biography, one of many, that illustrates how a man so graceful on a golf course could be so clumsy off it.
The new Tiger Woods biography hit shelves on Tuesday. It won’t be much longer before the story hits your television screen.