How do you deteriorate into an 8-8 franchise that annually struggles to maintain a deep, competitive roster? By drafting like the Dallas Cowboys did in a four-year span from ’06-’09.
29-year-old Australian Marc Leishman is the surprising early leader at the Masters, and Tiger Woods is also off to a strong start in his quest for a fifth green jacket.
With ceremonial tee shots from three of golf’s greatest players, the Masters has started on an overcast day.
The 2013 Masters kicks off on Thursday from Augusta, and Elf & Slater have made their Masters draft selections.
One of the last golfers you’d expect to feel anxious heading into the Masters is three-time champion Phil Mickelson. Yet, the creature of habit is slightly out of sorts.
Rory McIlroy had struggled enough to lose the world’s top ranking, prompting his caddie to suggest playing the Texas Open to get some more preparation in before the Masters.
Rory McIlroy’s last-ditch effort to right his game in time for the Masters has taken a trip to a usually out-of-the-way spot on the PGA Tour, the Texas Open in San Antonio.
D.A. Points came back from a long rain delay and made four pars. The last one gave him a one-shot victory in the Houston Open and sent him to the Masters.
Henrik Stenson closed with a 66 on Sunday in the Houston Open and was the leader in the clubhouse when the final round was delayed because of thunderstorms.
Rory McIlroy opened with a 73 on Thursday in the first round of the Houston Open, and is now in danger of missing the cut in his last start before the Masters.
A judge in Dallas is ordering an auction company to hold onto a champion’s green jacket from the Masters golf tournament until ownership can be determined at trial.
Guan Tianlang is an eighth-grader who barely weighs 125 pounds and doesn’t hit the golf ball far enough to reach some par 4s. The next stop for the 14-year-old prodigy will be the Masters.