- Stricker to be US captain at Presidents Cup Updated: Apr-12-16 3:43 pm
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey - Steve Stricker and Nick Price, with reputations for being "nice guys" on the PGA Tour, now get to square off as Presidents Cup captains.
- One for the ages: At 58, Langer is a Masters contender Updated: Apr-09-16 8:43 pm
AUGUSTA, Georgia - On the 30th anniversary of Jack Nicklaus' final Masters victory, another ageless blond is making a run at the green jacket.
- 50 Shades of Green just one reason why we love the Masters Updated: Apr-09-16 1:53 am
AUGUSTA, Georgia - The grass in the fairways is nicer than the carpeting in most homes. If the 300 or so club members ever descended on New York en masse wearing their trademark jackets, they'd immediately be awarded a float in the St. Patrick's Day parade. The event always coincides with prime time for Georgia vegetation, with azaleas and dogwoods sprinkling color on a backdrop of pines, magnolias and Bermuda grass.
- Woosnam, 1991 Masters champion, says he's done at Augusta Updated: Apr-08-16 2:57 pm
AUGUSTA, Georgia - After he won the Masters 25 years ago, one tiny question followed Ian Woosnam wherever he went: How could such a small man hit the ball that far?
- Big debacle for Big Easy: A 6-putt 9 to start the Masters Updated: Apr-07-16 7:35 pm
AUGUSTA, Georgia - Ernie Els was 2 feet from a par to start the Masters.
- Can you top this? No hole-in-1 for reigning champ Spieth Updated: Apr-06-16 7:01 pm
AUGUSTA, Georgia - It's not often - if ever - that a Masters champion gets booed on the grounds of Augusta National.
- Watson's says making cut not enough, so time to say 'Adios' Updated: Apr-06-16 6:23 pm
Tom Watson's to-do list at the Masters has changed plenty over four decades, but it usually ended with the same goal: a major championship.
- Nicklaus' son rides shotgun on amazing 1986 Masters victory Updated: Apr-04-16 4:10 pm
AUGUSTA, Georgia - Jack Nicklaus II tried to keep it as simple as possible as a caddie: Keep the clubs clean, get the right yardage and let his father do the rest.