News for Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Tiger's press conference
Tiger Woods faces plenty of questions with the state of his game in flux, but the Masters seems to be his equalizer. Here are five questions that came out of his press conference on Tuesday:
5 things from Augusta
Tuesday at Augusta National was all about the weather. Severe thunderstorms overnight took down trees and knocked out power. Patrons had to wait an extra 45 minutes to get on the grounds as storms passed and crews cleaned up the course.
Lefty to use 2 drivers
Phil Mickelson said Tuesday that he will carry two drivers this week at Augusta National – relying on a strategy he used to win the ’06 Masters.
Golden Bear breaks it down
The Masters and Jack Nicklaus are like bacon and eggs: You simply can't have one without the other. Nicklaus gave plenty of time to the media on Tuesday afternoon. Here are five questions with the Golden Bear:
Amateur fields questions
Five questions with U.S. Amateur champion Peter Uihlein, who's playing his first Masters and will be paired with Phil Mickelson.
Mickelson at home in Augusta
Witty and loose, Phil Mickelson puts on a show off the course as well, showing that Augusta National has become home for the left-hander.
Masters notes: Tuesday
Augusta National met its match on Tuesday: Mother Nature. Thankfully for the tournament, the forecast is stellar for the rest of the week.
Picks for the Masters
It’s time for the first major of the year. See whom our Golfweek experts like this week at Augusta National.
Chat with Sean Martin
Players have hit the media room and gotten in their practice rounds at Augusta. Sean Martin logs in from the Masters to answer any reader questions. CHAT REPLAY
says Nick Dougherty, once the golden boy of English golf, stays positive despite slumping to new depths.
Nick Dougherty, once the golden boy of English golf, stays positive despite slumping to new depths. Alistair Tait reports.
Padraig Harington profile
After winning three of the six majors from the 2007 British Open to the 2008 PGA, Padraig Harrington has missed the cut in four of eight majors and been top 10 just once. Jim McCabe wonders: Is Harrington ready to move back into the major discussion?
Augusta doused Tuesday
Augusta and its crown jewel, Augusta National, were hit with a nasty storm on Tuesday, delaying the start of action on Tuesday. A look at the storm:
Here are tee times for the first and second rounds of the 75th Masters.
Lee Westwood is happy to be at the Masters after a brief scare on the flight from Houston.
You’ve heard it before: Women’s golf apparel has gone through a revolution the past 10 years. But has it really?
spoke with Florida coach Jan Dowling to discuss the Liz Murphey Collegiate.
Today on Wildman’s Corner, we check in with Florida coach Jan Dowling.
Tiger could return to No. 1
Tiger Woods is among the players who can move to World No. 1 with a win this week at Augusta. Take a look at who else can claim the golf world's top spot.
Augusta National has opened its gates after a 45-minute delay to give workers time to clean debris from overnight storms before practice rounds at the Masters.