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The time has finally come. It’s been eight months since the last major of 2016, but this week, every shot counts. The 2017 Masters field is set, and come Thursday, the mystery that is Augusta National will be enchanting us once again. Georgia native, and University of Georgia alum Russell Henley carded 10 final-round birdies… Read more »

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Dustin Johnson

As the 2017 Masters Tournament looms, it is only natural to look at which PGA Tour players are performing well and extrapolate their chances of winning at Augusta. In recent weeks, no one is playing better than world-number-one Dustin Johnson, who dominated a stacked field at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play for his third… Read more »

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The date is fast approaching, and the 2017 Masters is living up to its reputation as the most exclusive tournament in the game. Only 89 invitations were handed out in 2016, and this year’s field looks to finish at about that same number. The small fields and the enclosed course lend the Masters an air… Read more »

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  Once each year, the emotional connection between golfer and game materializes for one fleeting week among the hills and pines in Augusta, Georgia. The Masters is a singular sporting event, and Augusta National is a singular place. It evokes the grandeur of history and the brilliance of genius. Its holes are monuments to the… Read more »

Think about it, Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia, Bubba Watson, and Tiger Woods all tied as play begins in the third round of the 2015 Masters Tournament. Sounds like it would be the headline for Saturday at Augusta National and at another time , and in another year it might. This is 2015, and the quartet… Read more »

Take it from someone who has covered sports in these parts for many years, if you want to peak the interest of even the most casual spectator just add a dash of the Georgia-Georgia Tech rivalry. The late Bill Cromartie’s book “ Clean Old Fashioned Hate” chronicled the storied history of the football series between… Read more »

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You don’t have to look very hard around Augusta to see the annual signs of spring. Warmer weather, with that that dreaded hint of yellow in the air, tells us that nature’s greatest art display is about to commence. The pine trees provide the perfect background for the dogwoods and azaleas in what is true… Read more »

Ryan Moore with son Tucker at the 2014 Masters Par 3.

As the world’s top golfers begin to focus on Augusta and the 2015 Masters Tournament, Ryan Moore can’t help thinking of 2014. Moore, became the latest victim of the Masters Par 3 Jinx. The former UNLV All-American won the annual Wednesday event and drew the dreaded task of attempting to become the first golfer to… Read more »

How would you feel if you were on the verge of accomplishing something that you dreamed off as a child only to have disaster strike leaving your fellow countryman to walk away with the prize. That is the story of Jason Day’s Masters debut in 2011. Jason’s childhood dream had always been to play Augusta… Read more »