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  • Ron Morris: Every Augusta visit confirms golf's beauty

    AUGUSTA, Ga. I am admittedly no avid golf fan and do not play the game. Yet in my five Friday visits to Augusta National Golf Club, I have come to realize the beauty of being a fan of the sport. No other sport allows the spectator to walk its playing...
  • Mark Whicker: Rickie Fowler brightens up Augusta

    AUGUSTA, Ga. When orange runs into green, does it make a sound? We might find out early Sunday evening, if one particular Masters winner puts on his jacket and resembles a lime-edged creamsicle. This, in many ways, is the first day of Rickie Fowler's...
  • Young Texan Spieth fills US void at Masters

    AUGUSTA, Ga. A word of advice for American golf fans who lamented a rare weekend at the Masters without Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson: No need to fret. You're going to love the new kid. His name is Jordan Spieth, and at 20 years old, he'll be the...
  • Third-round co-leader Spieth can make history at Masters

    AUGUSTA, Ga. While his older brother stood on the 18th green, ready to become the youngest 54-hole leader in the history of the Masters, Steven Spieth leaned over to three friends near the back of the gallery, throwing out a line from "Happy Gilmore."...
  • Kuchar makes Masters move on 'frightening' greens

    AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Matt Kuchar knows Augusta National as well as anyone at this week's Masters and he was delighted to surge into contention on Saturday after coping with slick greens he described as "on the frightening side". Georgia...
  • Commentary: Rookie Jordan Spieth on the verge of something special at Masters

    AUGUSTA, Ga. It feels like we've seen this before. The hot new name, the prodigy set to take over the golfing world, is poised to have his moment, the kind of moment a 21-year-old Tiger Woods had at Augusta National Golf Club in 1997. Jordan Spieth, a...
  • Masters updates: Bubba Watson shares lead with Jordan Spieth

    Masters updates: Bubba Watson shares lead with Jordan Spieth
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- After two rounds of stellar golf, Bubba Watson stumbled on moving day at the Masters. Watson had four bogeys on the front side Saturday -- twice as many as he had in the first two rounds combined -- and failed to pull away from an...
  • Old hands hail youthful leader Spieth as an amazing talent

    AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Jordan Spieth may be just 20 but he is rated as such an extraordinary talent by his peers that no one would be surprised if he eclipsed Tiger Woods on Sunday by becoming the youngest Masters champion. Spieth belied his tender...
  • Senate advances amped-up film incentives bill

    Senate advances amped-up film incentives bill
    TALLAHASSEE – Losing its luster as a location for filming, Florida is poised to green-light a substantially higher investment in the film and entertainment industry. The Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee on Monday passed a proposal to double...
  • Phil Mickelson misses the cut by one shot

    Phil Mickelson misses the cut by one shot
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — The last time Phil Mickelson missed a cut at the Masters, he was 26, sputtering out of the 1997 tournament as Tiger Woods was lapping the field. But after stumbling to a 36-hole total of five over par, Mickelson missed this year's cut...
  • Fred Couples' Masters is off to a vintage start

    Fred Couples' Masters is off to a vintage start
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — The old guy walks through the hallowed grounds, his hair gray, his golf shoes looking like white sneakers, his stare distant, and the gallery laughs. They're not laughing at Fred Couples, they're laughing with him. "Ah, Freddie,...
  • Without Tiger Woods, pro golf might as well be pro tennis

     Without Tiger Woods, pro golf might as well be pro tennis
    Running off at the typewriter. … I've heard some of my golf purist buddies say this week that the Masters is still the Masters even without Tiger Woods, which is about as ludicrous as saying Thanksgiving is still Thanksgiving even without the...