From Adam Scott's humility and style in winning the Masters to the off-the-course distraction of deer-antler spray to Mother Nature's effect on the world of golf, our Jim McCabe reflects on an incredible year in golf.
A joint statement issued by the USGA and R&A on Wednesday clarified the ruling that saved Tiger Woods from disqualification at the Masters last month.
While Ernie Els rarely embarrasses himself on par-5s during the Masters, his standout play on those holes this year was an unusual success.
Pat Summerall forever will be remembered as the “voice of the NFL,” but he was beloved and respected for the way in which he delivered golf into our homes for nearly 30 years.
Fresh off his Masters victory, new champ Adam Scott is confident that Tiger Woods will break Jack Nicklaus' record for career major victories.
Padraig Harrington is a staple late in the afternoon during Masters practice days, and he says it's to gain experience in the shadows. Plus: A previous Tiger Woods penalty ruling at Augusta, some major contenders and more.
Finishing tied for sixth at last week's Masters, Thorbjorn Olesen has been top 10 in seven of 20 tournaments – including a T-9 at Royal Lytham & St. Annes and a T-27 at the 2012 PGA Championship at Kiawah Island.
For his first 15 years at Augusta, Tiger Woods posted a sub-par back nine on 35 of his 60 chances – but has done so just twice in eight back-nine trips the last two Masters.
An estimated 44.3 million viewers watched all, or part, of the Masters weekend coverage – the second-largest audience for the tournament's final rounds in the past 12 years, according to CBS Sports.
Chances are, given his unassuming nature and dignified demeanor, Adam Scott has chosen to sit back somewhere not to bask in the glory – it is not the man’s style – but to savor the sense of accomplishment.
Bernhard Langer proved Sunday that golf's bad breaks aren't all about Tiger Woods and flagsticks at the Masters. Plus: Lee Westwood contends again; David Toms' Sunday surprises.
Angel Cabrera’s thumbs-up to Adam Scott was a highly-visible display of sportsmanship on the second hole of their Masters playoff. It was foreshadowed in 2009 when Cabrera told a slumping Scott, “You’re a great, great player.”
“I’m not as crushed as I was in 2008 because I know I’m going to be there again,” Snedeker of coming up short from Sunday's final group.
Adam Scott has earned the defining triumph of a major championship – and in the Masters, which his Australian homeland had so deeply desired.
The Masters is over. I don’t know if I can stand it, returning to real life. And I’m not the only one. But here are the Sunday awards from Augusta National.
Those who came close to winning the Masters spoke candidly after their rounds. Here's a sampling of their words after Sunday's final round at Augusta National:
Jason Day was quick to follow his round by saying he'd pull for fellow countryman Adam Scott in his playoff because he'd come close in majors and deserved it – an endorsement of which Day also is worthy.
From the playoff between Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera to Tiger's controversial drop to Tianlang Guan's incredible performance, Bradley S. Klein reflects on the weekend that was at the Masters.
Masters official Craig Heatley, a New Zealander, conducted the main post-round interview for the media with 2013 Masters champion Adam Scott, which also included questions from reporters on hand:
Tiger Woods, despite four birdies during his final 10 holes Sunday, could only muster a 2-under 70 and finished T-4 to run his winless streak at Augusta National to eight tournaments.
Take a look at photos of Tiger Woods from the first round of the 2013 Masters at Augusta National.
Check out photos from Wednesday's Par-3 Contest for the 2013 Masters at Augusta National.
Check out photos from Wednesday's practice round for the 2013 Masters at Augusta National.
Check out photos from Tuesday's practice round for the 2013 Masters at Augusta National.
Check out photos from Monday at the Masters in Augusta, Ga.
Caroline Wozniacki might want to stick to tennis after seeing her tee ball during the Par-3 Contest at Augusta National on Wednesday.