• GEAR: Dustin Johnson wins WGC-Dell Match Play with TaylorMade
    Golf

    GEAR: Dustin Johnson wins WGC-Dell Match Play with TaylorMade

    Dustin Johnson won his third consecutive start at the WGC-Dell Match Play with a 1-up victory over Spanish rookie Jon Rahm on Sunday.Earlier in the day DJ was pushed to the 18th hole for the first time during the tournament by Hideto Tanihara, whom he

  • Jason Day questionable for Masters as mother awaits cancer prognosis
    Golf

    Jason Day questionable for Masters as mother awaits cancer prognosis

    PGA Tour star Jason Day expects to travel to Augusta, Georgia on Friday to start practicing for the Masters, but said he could pull still out of the season's first major, depending on his mother's prognosis following surgery for lung cancer last week. “Obviously, I'm still nervous because we're still waiting to see ... if it has spread or not," said Day, who spoke Monday by video conference set up by organizers of the PGA Tour's Zurich Classic in late April. "It's still kind of a bit of an emotional time for me," added Day, whose father died of cancer when he was 12.

  • Want to See the Masters in Style? Here’s the $100,000 Method
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    Want to See the Masters in Style? Here’s the $100,000 Method

    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