Dustin Johnson won the Dell Technologies Match Play with more drama than he needed to cap off an otherwise dominant week that made him the first player to sweep the four World Golf Championships. The scorecard will show Johnson never trailed in any of his seven matches over 112 holes, ending with a 1-up victory over Jon Rahm for his third straight victory that left no doubt who was No. 1 in the world. The look of concern, especially as Rahm made a bold charge in the final hour Sunday, spoke to a long day.
One of the great things about the Masters golf tournament is that, to a large degree, your money is no good there. The tournament keeps prices at historically low levels: This year, a badge for weeklong entrance runs a mere $325, about what you would pay for decent seats to watch one game of the worst team in the NBA. The pimento cheese sandwiches on site are $1.50. Supersize with chips and a beer, and you’re still at only $4. And though the best spot to stay is in one of the 10 cabins on the grounds, unless your surname is Nicklaus or Nantz, it does not matter how much cash you wave—you’re out of luck. There’s something charming about old-fashioned, old-money connections as the true currency
Puma announced Rickie Fowler's planned attire for the 2017 Masters, with an emphasis on a Thursday look inspired by the brand's 'Flagstick Camo' pattern. Ranging in price from $28 to $140, the collection includes pants, a polo, shorts and camo-printed