Every once in awhile, you see an old photo depicting how different the Masters course used to play and decide it's too cool not to share.
“What’s wrong with Rory?” It was a concern asked by varying sonority the past 10 months, raised as recently as last weekend. And a question that was put to bed at Bay Hill.
Many fans can’t get enough of Augusta National, the four days of the Masters failing to satiate their year-round thirst. Luckily for those poor souls, the tournament can now be perpetually consumed.
Sergio Garcia agreed some weeks ago to make himself available for a teleconference to discuss his victory in the 2017 Masters, and on Tuesday morning he dutifully fulfilled his commitment.
Shubhankar Sharma failed to bring home the WGC-Mexico Championship following his breakout performance at Chapultepec. But the 21-year-old received something far better than a trophy.
Rayhan Thomas has taken in a famed Wellington landmark to help promote the tournament and savoured posing with an indigenous Maori warrior at the opening ceremony of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship. Now the serious fun begins – a genuine shot at one of most prestigious titles in amateur golf.
Says Randy Wolfe, Ridley’s law partner for 28 years: “He’s a well-known, well-loved guy.”
In his relatively short time, Billy Payne has fulfilled an enormous to-do list, ranging from admitting the first women into the club to the successful development of the Drive, Pitch and Putt Championship, demonstrating vision, grit and nuanced gifts for leadership.
When Augusta National Golf Club opens again on Oct. 16, it will do so under new leadership
Augusta National Inc., the company that owns Augusta National Golf Club and Masters tournament, filed a federal lawsuit on Monday to stop a memorabilia company from auctioning off three green jackets.