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Saturday, April 11, 2015
By Teresa M. Walker AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) – Justin Rose beat Phil Mickelson in a mini-competition Saturday.
By T.J. Auclair Saturday was Moving Day at the Masters. And it sure didn't disappoint. Here's a look at five surprises during the third round at Augusta National.
By Scott Adamson There's a hackneyed old saying that the only things sure in life are death and taxes. This week, you can throw in another absolute – the 2015 Masters will not have a repeat champion. Two-time winner Bubba Wat
By T.J. Auclair For many, Tiger Woods just making the cut at Augusta National this week would have been reason enough to think things are headed in the right direction for the 14-time major winner. But, that probably wasn't going to be enough to satisfy Woods.
By Paul Newberry 8:26 P.M.: If Jordan Spieth goes on to win the Masters, remember the up-an-down he made on the 18th hole Saturday. Coming off a double bogey at No.
By T.J. Auclair Morgan Hoffmann, playing in his first Masters, created a moment on Saturday that he'll forever remember from his first trip to the hallowed grounds of Augusta National.
Friday, April 10, 2015
By Jeff Schultz AUGUSTA – This is the course that intimidates. This is the tournament that awes.
By Doug Ferguson AUGUSTA, Ga.
By T.J. Auclair Weather was supposed to be the story of the day from Round 2 of the Masters, but luckily it held off and we were treated to another spectacular day of golf from Augusta National. Along with the weather staying away, these were the five biggest surprises on Friday:
By Chip Towers AUGUSTA – Erik Compton was just fine Friday afternoon.
By T.J. Auclair Jordan Spieth looks like a man on a mission at Augusta National this week and that mission is to win the green jacket come Sunday evening. The 21-year-old backed up his magnificent 8-under 64 in Round 1 with a dazzling 6-under 66 in Round 2 on Friday.
By T.J. Auclair Henrik Stenson may not have a major championship on his resume, but he's three-quarters of the way to a career grand slam when it comes to club snapping.
By Paul Newberry 7:17 P.M.: Jordan Spieth will go to the third round of the Masters with a five-stroke lead, matching the largest 36-hole advantage in tournament history. Spieth set the record for lowest score midway through th
By Marlon A. Walker and Jeff Schultz AUGUSTA -- Whether he's driving a tee shot into the woods ("I played the wrong shot there") or rediscovering magic with his short game ("It's my strength again"), at least one thing about Tiger Woods remained a constant Thursday: He's great theater.
By T.J. Auclair Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee earned himself a pair of crystal goblets early in the second round of the Masters on Friday. Playing the par-4 third hole, Jaidee holed out his second shot from 98 yards for an eagle.
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