The weekend tee sheet at the Masters has almost never been this long. A total of 61 players made the 36-hole cut at the 77th Masters on Friday evening, including an additional seven players when leader Jason Day missed a birdie opportunity at the final hole.
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In 1984, I attended my second Masters and watched Ben Crenshaw win the tournament that year by two strokes with a score of 11-under-par 277. Back then he was known as Gentle Ben. The handsome, young Texan had blonde hair, and he was one of the hottest commodities on the PGA Tour. At 32 years old, Crenshaw was truly one of the stars of that era.
It is cut day at the Masters, with the second round deciding who will play the weekend and have a chance for a green jacket. Beginning at 8 a.m., John Merrick, D.A. Points and Thorbjorn Olesen kick off the day.
For golf fans, Masters week is like Christmas, the Fourth of July and March Madness all rolled into one. So while we wait until Thursday morning to unwrap all the presents waiting for us under the Eisenhower Tree, here’s a breakdown of some of this week’s marquee groups.
It’s Tuesday of Masters Week, which means Augusta National has released the pairings and tee times for the opening two rounds of the 2013 Masters. Beginning at 8 a.m. on Thursday, 1988 champion Sandy Lyle will kick off the competition with John Peterson and Nathan Smith.
The 2013 Masters field will be finalized Sunday as the last putt drops at the Valero Texas Open. One spot remains available to the winner of the tournament in San Antonio if they’re not already qualified. The final field will be either 93 or 94 players, depending on the possible final addition. Here’s a look at the 93 already qualified players.
I’m about to make the leap that separates the Luke Donalds from the Luke Guthries, the Brandt Snedekers from the Bryce Molders: I’m going to buy a visor.
While most golf fans cast their glances forward to next week’s Masters, play on the PGA Tour continues in San Antonio at the Valero Texas Open. With golfers like Rory McIlroy recently joining the field, the competition is sure to heat up in the heart of Texas a few days before the action kicks off in Augusta.
Last week, I sat eye to eye with Arnold Palmer in his office at Bay Hill Country Club. If The King and I have one thing in common — perhaps there is only one thing — it would be our offices.
Golf memorabilia usually consists of golf balls, golf clubs, flags, and other such items. What they all have in common is that they were all used on the golf course in some capacity. In one Illinois town, this mold is on the verge of being broken.
An odd photo of Jason Dufner at the Salesmanship Youth and Family Centers started an internet meme called “Dufnering”
Welcome to this week’s Superlatives, where Jon Lord dusts off the yearbook to get you ready for the first two rounds of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Rory McIlroy showed up at PGA of America headquarters on Monday afternoon around 3:30 p.m. He was a bit early and spent the first few minutes of his visit posing with the pair of trophies that he would be presented later on, the PGA of America Player of the Year Award and the Vardon Trophy. Both were fruits of his outstanding 2012 season which has earned him the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Ranking.
You don’t want to play politics with Tim Finchem. On Sunday during the final match at the Accenture, Tim went before the golf world and stated that, like the PGA of America, the PGA Tour would not support the anchoring ban proposed by the USGA and the R&A. What he didn’t say was just as important as what he did say. When asked on Sunday if, “he could see a day when the USGA and the R&A outlawed anchoring yet it’s allowed on the PGA Tour?” Finchem was less than forthcoming.
Today’s hottest news ranges from Blair O’Neal’s racy photo shoot, to the up and coming jazz sensation who happens to be the son of one of the entertainment business’s most famous people. Check out some of the hottest links on the net in today’s Pro Tips.
This week’s Honda Classic takes place at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., home of the world renowned Bear Trap. As far as course nicknames go, the Bear Trap is right up there alongside Amen Corner, Hogan’s Alley and the Blue Monster for the best, most recognizable nickname on the PGA Tour. All that could change if the Tour decides to add an event in Knoxville, Tenn., at the Dead Horse Lake Golf Course.
It was an eventful week in golf on two coasts, including a great finish to the Northern Trust Open and President Obama’s 114th round in office — with a very special guest.
One of the best parts about the Northern Trust Open is watching current golf greats like Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson traipse across the same Riviera fairways that were once graced by Los Angeles legends Frank Sinatra, Gene Autry and Bing Crosby. We’re all in trouble however if the spirits of old Hollywood somehow convince Vijay Singh to break into an impromptu rendition of “Come Fly With Me.” Superlatives!
If the Minnesota Vikings do ever make it back to the Super Bowl, then what happens to those purple people-eaters who lord over the 16th tee box like it is some sort of Nordic funeral pyre? Do they abandon their post in an effort to be there for their favorite football team as they play for the first NFL championship or stay in Phoenix and remain members of the loudest arena in golf? We can verify this later but I’d be very surprised to see many Colin Kaepernick or Ray Lewis jerseys hanging around the Waste Management Open this week. Now on to this week’s Superlatives.
With well over 100 million Americans are set to tune in this Sunday to watch the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII live from the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana and while that number may sound overwhelming, don’t be surprised if there aren’t a few folks out there who don’t know the first thing about the big game. Here now is a quick guide for golf fans to help them better understand Super Bowl XLVII.