Among the favorites, Rory McIlroy will play in the same group as Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth as Phil Mickelson shares an Augusta National tee time with Ernie Els and Justin Rose during the opening two rounds of the Masters.
The Drive, Chip and Putt finals will give youngsters from throughout the U.S. an opportunity this Sunday to feel the sort of magic that allows Masters winner to walk a little taller when they visit Augusta National each spring.
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.”
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:
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:
Almost as quickly as Angel Cabrera was doling out a hug on the 10th green, pro and top amateur golfers were quick to line up their congratulatory posts on social media for new Masters champ Adam Scott
With so much attention given to Rory McIlroy's struggles in recent months, he said after his final-round 69 at the Masters he can see his top form returning to him.
Bubba Watson's Sunday 77 at the Masters was punctuated by a 10 on the par-3 12th hole in Amen Corner. He wasn't the only one who suffered the feat, as Kevin Na preceded him with the score.
Tianlang Guan, at 14 the youngest to win low-amateur honors at the Masters, never made worse than bogey at Augusta and never had a three-putt.
Masters Sunday provided a return to a more conventional weekend-morning feel a day after it had Twitter and other social-media sites aflame Saturday morning.
Matt Kuchar’s name on the Masters leaderboard once again is no illusion after he birdied all four par-5s and posted a 3-under 69 during Saturday's third round.
Players and people close to the PGA Tour have taken their opinions to Twitter about the Tiger Woods situation at the Masters. Take a look at what people have said.
Tiger Woods' two-shot penalty dropped him five shots behind 36-hole Masters leader Jason Day, who says: "He can make that up in nine holes."
For Cal junior Michael Weaver and the rest of the amateur players at the Masters, it was a tough 36 holes as only 14-year-old Tianlang Guan made the cut at Augusta.
Scotsman Sandy Lyle made his first Masters cut since finishing T-20 in 2009; he is off the pace of leader Jason Day by seven shots at Augusta.
The Masters is the only major where Dustin Johnson has never collected a top-10 finish, although his long, right-to-left tee shots usually allow him to take advantage of the par-5s.
Tianlang Guan finishes near the changing cut line and awaits his fate after his second round at The Masters.
At 4 under after the second round of the Masters, Angel Cabrera birdies five holes on the back nine Friday.
Many Masters golfers, including Sergio Garcia and Dustin Johnson, found themselves giving strokes back to Augusta National early Friday. “The wind and the pin placements are definitely trickier than yesterday,” said Thorbjorn Olesen.