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Augusta National is a tough course, but the 13th hole is too forgiving.

Not-So-Unlucky 13th

April 11, 2017

By Pat Costello Sergio Garcia was dead. When he hooked his tee shot left, over Rae’s Creek and under a bush, that should have been the end of his hope of winning. He was forced to take a drop on the pinestraw, punc...

Garcia finally won his first major at the biggest of them all.

Sergio’s Masters Moment

April 11, 2017

By Sam Belden After nearly two decades on the world stage, what can you say about Sergio Garcia that hasn’t already been said? How about this: “That guy’s a major champion.” Yes, it finally happened for Gar...

Augusta (Not So) National Showcases Exclusivity

Augusta (Not So) National Showcases Exclusivity

April 13, 2016

By Tyler Dikun  As a history buff, I often find myself comparing current events to past circumstances. Place yourself in the shoes of a wealthy white family of the 1890s. As a successful New York family, y...

After leading for most of the week, Jordan Spieth ended up tying for second at the Masters. Chris Carlson/ AP Image

Spieth’s Masters Meltdown

April 13, 2016

By Drew Casey  It was excruciating to watch. No one could have predicted it. Nationwide, nearly 10 million viewers sat watching as world No. 2 Jordan Spieth led the 2016 Masters by five strokes with just nine holes to go...

Jason Day has been on a historic pace other the past six months. Courtesy of Wikimedia

Jason Day: Golf’s Top Dog

March 30, 2016

By Sam Belden Prior to this season, you might have believed that Jason Day was the least among equals in golf’s new Big Three. After all, Rory McIlroy has won four majors in his career, and Jordan Spie...

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