For the first time in its 80-year history, Augusta National Golf Club has female members.
Easter Sunday really had my sports heart swelling, try as I might to not get caught up in the pageantry or superficiality of it all. And that felt good, damn it.
Bubba Watson saved par from the pine straw and won the Masters on the second hole of a playoff over Louis Oosthuizen.
Peter Hanson made back-to-back birdies to close out a round of 7-under 65 and take the lead after three rounds at the Masters.
This year, it may be the most compelling of all the tournaments as the game’s heavyweights set to square off in what should be the most memorable of battles.
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.
Still recovering from injuries to his left leg, Tiger Woods announced Tuesday he will not play in next week’s British Open.
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.
The final round of the Masters was as exciting as it gets in the world of golf. The logjam atop the turbulent leaderboard on Sunday afternoon at Augusta National made for spectacular TV.
When the 2011 PGA Tour season was just getting underway, Tiger Woods was asked who he felt was the best golfer in the world.
Eras end. Chicago will be under the reign of a new mayor next month, daytime TV will soon be losing its undisputed queen and Tiger Woods has moved into the afterthought category.
Too often we take for granted the fact that we’re lucky to live in a high-major professional sports market that affords such big things as yesterday.
We all have our guilty pleasures. Cookie dough ice cream, a silly YouTube video watched a million times or lying in bed one morning when we should be getting something accomplished.