K.J. Choi made a charge on Sunday, but his aggressive play down the stretch cost him, finishing T-8. However, the South Korean has the thirst to come back and get one of those green jackets.
Charl Schwartzel closed with four consecutive birdies to claim the green jacket on a wild Sunday at Augusta. FIVE THINGS
While Angel Cabrera picked up the coveted "Straightest Driver" award, he also was saddled with a few not-so-good putting awards. See James Achenbach's full list of awards here:
I’m tired. 5 hours glued to the TV. More leaders than I can remember. Birdies, eagles...oh my.
Anirban Lahiri never had fared well at Delhi Golf Club, a venerable track in his homeland of India. So, entering a playoff for a chance to win the inaugural Panasonic Open, he did what any confidence-seeking golfer would do.
Rory McIlroy shot a final-round 80 Sunday to throw away the Masters, but he will be back, writes Alistair Tait. His upbringing will make sure of that.
After coming up short at the Masters, Fred Couples plans to take a self-imposed break from golf to focus on his ailing back.
Charl Schwartzel credits his father for teaching him what it takes to hold up in the Masters spotlight, and having the game to back it up.
Charl Schwartzel birdies the final four holes to take the Masters title by two shots over Adam Scott and Jason Day. Tiger Woods finishes four shots back.
Augusta National was in all of its glory on Sunday, from Schwartzel's win to Tiger's stirring comeback. The day, in pictures.
Masters Sunday: Even those lucky enough to score a ticket to the Masters had to wait for hours outside the gates, and then weren't allowed to make a run for a seat at the 18th green. Alex Miceli details the complete – though controlled – chaos.
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Five things to focus on before the final round at Augusta National, where Rory McIlroy leads by four at 12 under par: