If Matt Kuchar is still trying to erase his agony at Augusta, this could be the perfect week for it.
Take all the Mavericks, Rangers and Stars drama from the last week and it wouldn’t be half the entertainment provided by The Masters.
There is no sporting event on TV like The Masters. Its grandeur and class exceeds most other sporting events with very few exceptions.
You liked seeing Tiger Woods in his red shirt making a run on Sunday… admit it.
The agent for Tiger Woods is lashing out at former swing coach Hank Haney as excerpts of Haney’s book are being published.
The book is called “The Big Miss,” and it is scheduled to be published on March 27, which is a week before the Masters.
The idea is to take the concept of the July Opens in Britain and build a March-to-August schedule of monthly major triple headers.
The professional golf season is year-round, with tournaments each month around the world. But every year, four majors stand out, providing the highest quality of golf and the most dramatic final rounds.
The green jacket is one of the most recognizable awards in sports. It’s awarded to the winner of the PGA’s Masters Tournament, held the first full week of April at the Augusta National Golf Club.
Charl Schwartzel of South Africa birdied his last four holes Sunday to earn his first major championship on a wild Sunday at the Masters.
Rory McIlroy stayed cool on a hot day in Augusta, and kept the lead heading into the final round of the Masters.
Play started under cool, but ideal conditions on Thursday. Temperatures were in the upper 40s as the tournament opened, but were expected to reach the upper 70s by day’s end.