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.
The creation of an elite women’s amateur tournament was the big reveal during Fred Ridley’s first formal press conference as Augusta National chairman this past April. Less than seven months ahead of the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur in 2019, some specifics of the new 54-hole event have emerged.
In the past couple years, Augusta National has created the most-talked-about media center and merchandise shop in golf. But now the club is focused on giving one of its most famous landmarks a facelift.
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.
Following his Sunday stumble at Augusta National, Rory McIlroy was relatively upbeat. He said all the right things, how the week had been positive, congratulated Patrick Reed, kept things in perspective.
One-on-one with new Masters champion and Hublot ambassador Patrick Reed.
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.
Patrick Reed’s surprising new teammate, John Daly’s wild week & an all-time embarrassing golf answer on Jeopardy
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where the loudest roar for Patrick Reed on Sunday may have come from a potential new match-play teammate. Don’t get too jealous, Jordan Spieth...