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If Hideki Matsuyama wins the Masters on Sunday, he won’t be a stranger to Augusta National Golf Club’s Butler Cabin. In 2011, the 19-year-old Asian Amateur Championship winner from Japan earned low-amateur honors and sat beside Charl Schwartzel during the green jacket ceremony. It was a triumphant moment for the teen, but unfortunately, his mind
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1:18 PM ET Tiger Woods didn’t remember anything about his car wreck on Feb. 23 and believed he was in the state of Florida when a sheriff’s deputy interviewed him at a Los Angeles-area hospital after the crash. Those were among the new details included in 22 pages of a traffic collision report and supplemental
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7:20 AM ET AUGUSTA, Georgia — The 85th playing of the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club returns to its traditional spot in April this week. There will be limited patrons once again because of the coronavirus pandemic, and no Tiger Woods as the five-time Masters champion recovers from serious injuries suffered in a
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There had never been debate throughout the history of Augusta National Golf Club that Alister MacKenzie was Bobby Jones’ first choice to design the world’s best inland golf course. Up until now. Jones’ granddaughter, Ann Hood Laird, and her husband, Cody, inherited old office files of Jones after Ed Hood, the husband of Jones’ daughter,
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3:26 PM ET AUGUSTA, Ga. — Jordan Spieth got to drive down Magnolia Lane late Monday morning with a sense of relief. For the first time in nearly four years, he was a winner again Sunday on the PGA Tour, the constant scrutiny and questions concerning his troubling play now changing to talk of him
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It’s officially Masters Week, which means that everyone—your mom, your dad, your little cousin, Nancy in accounting, etc.—is going to have a “dark horse” pick to win at Augusta National. By the time Wednesday evening rolls around, there will be no dark horses left. One guy who has slipped through the cracks so far, though,
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RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. — All players practice visualization, but what Patty Tavatanakit was visualizing two years ago was not her next shot, but her future, and it precluded her from accepting an invitation from Augusta National. Magnolia Lane represented a detour. Tavatanakit declined an opportunity to play in the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur in
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