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A Masterful Future

Just two weeks ago Jordan Spieth became the second youngest golfer in history to win the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.  Spieth showing that the game of golf is still growing from all ages opened some eyes and possibly some doors for other golfers. 182 more words

Tom Watson: Next Masters May Be My Last

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HILTON HEAD ISLAND (CBSMiami/AP) – One of golf’s best veteran players may be entering his final year on the PGA Tour. 167 more words


On Being A Parent

Hello My dearest friends, followers and family. I’m sitting here at a computer terminal watching ESPN showcasing the Masters tournament and remembering a special day 14 years ago when I was able to take my twin boys Eric and Kevin to the 2001 Masters Golf Tournament where Tiger Woods won after sinking a 13 foot birdie putt on the final hole. 1,621 more words
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Amen Corner & Pimento Cheese

My earliest memories of Augusta National involve pimento cheese sandwiches, hole No. 6, and lots of sunscreen. I learned to love the game of golf by watching Phil and Tiger play Amen Corner, so I guess you could say it was inevitable. 451 more words

Will Augusta National ever host a Masters tournament for women?

Paula Creamer is one of the most prominent figures in American women’s golf, and her words carry weight in the golf world. That might be why, a little more than a day after Jordan Spieth’s win at the 2015 Masters, Creamer tweeted that she’d love to see the Masters host a tournament for women one day. 396 more words


Watch Jordan Spieth scream at his golf ball 17 times during the final round of the Masters

Jordan Spieth started last Sunday at the Masters with a four-stroke lead, but that didn’t put his mind at ease. He arrived at Augusta National nervous — and when Spieth gets nervous, he starts yelling commands forcefully at his golf ball. 93 more words


Jordan Spieth really hates his new nickname

Jordan Spieth’s nickname — “golden child” — actually preceded his Masters win, but more people are picking up on it since the 21-year-old captured his first major last week. 129 more words