• The Telegraph

    Tiger Woods makes Masters history but Scottie Scheffler stays on course at blustery Augusta

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  • Star Tribune (Minneapolis)

    Souhan: Tiger Woods works overtime to set Masters record

    AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods is a retired professional golfer, whether he admits it or not. He has completed four rounds in a tournament once in the last 14 months, and he spent the first two rounds of the Masters this week looking like the 48-year-old he is, with his litany of injuries and a chronic limp. "The guy has barely played at all in the last calendar year, and he's 1-over," said ...

  • Aiken Standard, S.C.

    'They're 1A and 1B': Lundquist ending CBS career, forever remembered for iconic Masters calls

    Apr. 12—Verne Lundquist has spent countless hours calling golf action and has delivered thousands of words from a broadcast booth perched high in the air. But his memorable career can be boiled down to 12 words that most golf fans have heard a time or two, or even said themselves while playing the game. "Maybe .... Yes sir!" Lundquist famously said in the final round of the 1986 Masters as ...

  • Aiken Standard, S.C.

    Masters Friday: Don't look for changes to iconic 12th

    Apr. 12—Former Masters champion Vijay Singh suggested earlier this week that Augusta National's 12th hole be lengthened by about 10 yards. Fred Ridley, chairman of the club and tournament, threw cold water on that notion at his Wednesday news conference. "I would say with a hundred percent certainty that it would not be lengthened during my tenure," Ridley said. "That's almost like asking, you ...