After a radical restoration, Pinehurst No. 2 is better than ever. Bradley S. Klein explains.
Golf’s friendliest little major turned into an intense, exciting, don’t-dare-to-even-run-to-the-fridge-to-get-a-cold-beer showdown.
It was an extraordinary Masters, on several counts.
As painful as this free fall might have been, this year's Masters wasn’t Thomas Bjorn’s most glaring failure at a major.
Five weeks before what was perhaps Jack Nicklaus' final Masters, 17-month-old Jake Nicklaus, son of Steve and wife Krista, died in a hot-tub accident.
Billy Casper, the 73-year-old two-time U.S. Open winner said, “I’m ready to play, man. Ready to play.”
For all the knowledge Langer imparted during Donald's Tuesday practice round, it’s not likely either anticipated Donald’s eventful finish to his maiden Masters.
A couple of weeks prior, world No. 6 Padraig Harrington wasn’t sure he was going to play the Masters.
Ryan Moore's summer included victories at the U.S. Amateur, U.S. Public Links, NCAA Championship and Western Amateur.
Trevor Immelman beat defending Masters champ Phil Mickelson by one shot – and at least 10 inches.
Former Masters champions Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh may have looked as if they wanted to pulverize each other over spike marks, but eventually they made peace.
At the 69th Masters, Tiger Woods brought a bit of everything to the table.
Jack Nicklaus announced he likely had competed for the last time at a place where he made an impact like no other player.
More golfers used Nike irons than any other brand at the Masters.
Viewers missed out on the second round because of rain, then didn’t see live coverage of Tiger Woods lapping Chris DiMarco on the back nine of the third round Sunday morning.
Jeff Babineau gives his perspective on Chris DiMarco going shot-for-shot against Tiger Woods but falling short in a playoff.
Goosen's performance strengthens his case of being one of golf's elite; Els has a misstep at Augusta.
Trevor Immelmen shot a hole in one during the final round of the 2005 Masters.
Jack Nicklaus playing in the Masters helps to ease the loss of a family member.
Former Masters champ Billy Casper shows resiliency on and away from the course.