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.
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
Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee is optimistic that Tiger Woods will tee it up at the Masters. Never one to shy away form critiquing the 14-time major champion, Chamblee warmed to the idea that Woods would be back at Augusta National after sitting out since February. "If you can believe anything that you read on social media, I know that his coach (Chris Como) has been down there and they have been hitting a lot of golf balls down in Palm Beach," Chamblee said during a pre-Masters teleconference Tuesday.