Adam Schupak

New TPA XVIII putter nearing production

Nick Faldo used the TPA XVIII putter to win the 1989 Masters, and TPA Golf Clubs' Tee McCabe says a new version of the putter is nearing production.

Kuchar's Saturday 68 lifts hope of 1st major win

With three consecutive birdies at Augusta National's Nos. 13-15 to cap off a 68 in the third round of the Masters, Matt Kuchar has lifted his hopes of winning his first major title.

Spieth benefits from Gentle Ben's advice

Jordan Spieth is a rookie at Augusta National in name only. The 20-year-old, who is tied for third after the second round of the Masters, is running the playbook handed down by two-time Masters champion Ben Crenshaw.

At Yellow Jasmine comes golden swing insight

For the past dozen years, PGA pro Carl Lohren drops anchor in the front row at Augusta National's eighth hole, Yellow Jasmine, and analyzes every golf swing he sees during Masters play.

Masters rookies enjoy good rounds, endure bad

Jonas Blixt wasn’t the only one one of a record 24 first-time Masters competitors to get off to a good start in his debut as Jimmy Walker and Kevin Stadler joined him -- but some endured high numbers Thursday at Augusta.

Blixt solid in Masters debut, with a few slips

Jonas Blixt, a Masters rookie, sought advice from fellow Swede Henrik Stenson, a veteran of eight previous Masters appearances. Other than a few mistakes – notably a drive left at No. 2 – Blixt made a solid debut.

Crenshaw endures tough start to 43rd Masters

Ben Crenshaw experienced a tough start to his 43rd consecutive Masters Tournament with an 83, but he doesn't think Friday will be his last Masters start.

Masters rookie English looks to build memories

When Harris English won the FedEx St. Jude Classic in June, the first thought that flashed through his mind, he said, was, “I’m going to the Masters.” And he's already building on memories at Augusta National.

Faldo on first Masters win: 'It felt like destiny'

On this day 25 years ago, Nick Faldo improvised and hit the first of three Masters high notes.

Spieth picks Crenshaw's mind about Augusta

Jordan Spieth is in love with Augusta National just like every other golfer with a pulse, but he has managed to focus enough to lean on a fellow Texas Longhorn, Ben Crenshaw, for some advice on course navigation.

McIlroy: 'It's all there' for Masters win, no excuses

Rory McIlroy has pronounced himself fit to win his first green jacket: “Mind, body, equipment, it’s all there,” he said two days before the start of the Masters.

Fun-loving Stenson takes Augusta's greens seriously

Henrik Stenson was a bundle of laughs on Tuesday at Augusta National, but knows that it will take a serious putting display to secure Sweden's first male major championship.

A gesture Toski can accept: Revisit Augusta

"He never lets me pay him a dime," Ken Duke says of instructor Bob Toski, 87. But in 2009, when Duke qualified for his first Masters, Toski thought of a gesture he'd accept: "Take me to Augusta," he asked.

Cabrera, Augusta National a perfect match

Angel Cabrera, who studied Augusta under the late Seve Ballesteros and always seems to be at his best in the Masters, thinks he has ‘one more’ green jacket in him.

Arnie's ceremonial tee shot to mark 50 years

Arnold Palmer is celebrating the 50th anniversary of his last of four green jackets at Augusta National, a Masters win that also turned out to be his final of seven major titles.

Caddie Hayes helps push Henley to Masters

Earlier this season, Russell Henley was beginning to feel a same sinking sensation that he couldn't return to Augusta National in April. Now Henley his invitation is in the mail, thanks to a Honda Classic playoff win in March.

Staff reflects on Ron Balicki's impact on golf, careers

From Lance Ringler and Beth Ann Nichols, to Adam Schupak and Bradley S. Klein, our staff reflects on what made Ron Balicki one of a kind.

Schupak: World Golf HOF struggles with its identity

With light attendance and a few controversial inductions, the World Golf Hall of Fame grapples with its place in the game.

Na picks up pace, yet reputation remains

Kevin Na, who became golf's poster boy for slow play at the 2012 Players Championship and was put on the clock at last week's Valspar Championship, enjoyed a lighthearted poke at the topic from Sunday's gallery at Bay Hill.

Heckler prompts Na to request security at Bay Hill

A week after earning a warning for slow play, Kevin Na was heckled by an unruly member of the gallery on several occasions Friday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and requested security follow his group.

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