LISTEN: Justin Rose Talks Masters, Barclays On WFANJustin Rose is looking forward to playing at Bethpage Black again when The Barclays returns there in August.
Golf Channel's Michael Breed On WFAN: There Were Warning Signs Before Spieth's Masters CollapseJordan Spieth's Masters meltdown wasn't all that surprising to the Golf Channel's Michael Breed.
Liguori: Spieth Should Bounce Back From Masters Back 9 MeltdownJordan Spieth's epic meltdown on "Amen Corner" during the final round of The Masters transformed his five-shot lead through nine to a three-shot deficit three holes later.
FOLLOW: Jordan Spieth Tees Off As He Looks To Become Youngest 2-Time Winner In Masters HistoryJordan Spieth has teed off in the Masters, looking to become the youngest two-time winner in tournament history.
Liguori: Painful Masters For Ernie ElsWhen you see Els struggling like that, there are major questions that go through your mind about his future,and Els is as perplexed about it as anyone.
Rory McIlroy Roars Back Into Contention In The MastersRory McIlroy knows better than most how quickly fortunes can change in the Masters.
Silverman: Day, Spieth, McIlroy Carry Golf With Style In 'Post-Tiger Era'There are three brilliant players who are at the top of their game who can carry the sport for years. Their names are Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy.
Liguori: Scary Part Is, Spieth Made His Fast Start At Masters Look EasyJordan Spieth continued where he left off after last year's impressive performance at Augusta National.
Jordan Spieth Picks Up Where He Left Off At MastersAfter a dominating victory a year ago, the 22-year-old Texan threw up three early birdies on a breezy Thursday at Augusta National to claim the top spot on the leaderboard.
WATCH: Ernie Els Sets Masters Record With A 9 On Opening HoleErnie Els has made Masters history — and not in a good way.
Liguori: Preserving Tradition And Making Improvements At Masters Is A Delicate Balancing ActThere's a fine balance between maintaining the tradition that adds to the magic of the Masters while making improvements to the championship.
Liguori: Stars Admit Trying Too Hard Did Them In At Previous MastersCurrent world No. 1 Jason Day and a former top-ranked player, Rory McIlroy, are both looking for their first Masters title.

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