Jordan Spieth shot a stellar 8-under 64 in the first round Thursday at Augusta National, nine birdies overall — his only blemish was a bogey on the 15th.
Jordan Spieth was already the hottest player on the PGA Tour. He kept right on going at the Masters.
Two players seemingly headed in opposite directions are hogging all the headlines. But let’s not forget the other potential contenders, a lengthy list led by defending champ Bubba Watson.
With Tiger Woods at Augusta and with the status of his game still a mystery, this year’s tournament should be more exciting than ever.
Jimmy Walker rides the wind to victory at Valero. PGA Tour stays in Texas for Shell Houston Open in lead-up to The Masters.
CBS Sports golf analyst Ian Baker-Finch discusses the chances of the old guard and the seemingly ever-increasing number of talented young guns at this week’s Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.
Before this weekend’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, Peter Kostis sat down with us to talk about the tournament, one of the first in the 2015 PGA season.
Leading off for the Americans will be two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson and his buddy, 2012 U.S. Open champ Webb Simpson.
Now that the majors are over, Adam Scott is going after the only big prize left this year — a shot at the $10 million FedEx Cup title.
U.S. captain Tom Watson made it sound as if he were leaning more on Woods’ past than the current state of his game, not to mention his health.
What a display of composure, fight and fine golf. And in the end, the best player in the game came through.
Rory McIlroy will try to continue his magical ride here at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky, although he hopes to play mistake-free Sunday after an up and down 4-under 67 Saturday.
“I hit a lot of bad shots and I never got a putt to the hole,” admitted Tiger. “I had plenty of looks to turn my round around and then post something even par, even under par.”
Looking much like a guy playing just his 11th competitive round since back surgery, Woods was spraying shots all over Valhalla on Thursday.
Rory McIlroy cast aside any talk of those second-round doldrums with a performance at Royal Liverpool that threatened to turn this into another major championship runaway.