Authenticity in leadership is a hot topic these days. In fact, we read about it so often and hear it expressed in other media so much that I fear it is in danger of becoming one of those dreaded buzzwords. 675 more words
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Augusta National’s famed “Eisenhower Tree” was removed two weeks ago after it was damaged in an ice storm that hit the Georgia area.
Mark Immelman, Trevor’s brother and golf instructor, snapped a picture of the new look on the 17th hole without the gigantic loblolly pine sitting 210 yards down the fairway. 118 more words
Adam Scott hasn’t played a competitive round since he tied for eighth at the Sony Open of Hawaii on Jan. 12. But the second-ranked Scott, who along with Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods is skipping this week’s WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at Dove Mountain, is gearing up to return to action at next week’s Honda Classic at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and he spoke to the media from his home base in the Bahamas for the Masters champion’s teleconference on Tuesday morning. 912 more words
The wicked winter weather has worked its way north, but another storm is headed for Augusta National, and it’s set to hit during tournament week. 557 more words
The Eisenhower Tree, possibly the most famous tree in golf, sits on the 17th hole of Augusta National. But with the huge ice storm that hit Georgia and Augusta National, with only 2 months until the start of the 2014 Masters Tournament, has forced the tree to be taken down because of damage from the storm. 276 more words
Jack Nicklaus, winner of a record six green jackets, paid tribute to Augusta National’s Eisenhower Tree, which had to be removed after an ice storm last week, but he also admitted that the tree had given him a lot of trouble over the years, … 158 more words