Masters week is something special, but the absence of an injured Tiger Woods was truly felt at Augusta National, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
Jordan Spieth is 18 holes away from fulfilling his childhood dream, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
Fred Couples could quiet skeptics and legitimize his Hall of Fame status with some weekend magic at the Masters, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
Adam Scott played Round 1 of the Masters with the confidence of a defending champion, showing that he's the Tiger Woods of this year's tournament, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
As their careers continue to be intertwined, mutual respect has become a common denominator between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
Balancing pregame preparation with pregame praise won't be easy for Jeter.
Is Patrick Reed brash? Yes. Talented? No doubt. The Masters rookie tees it up this week with enough self-belief to think he could win his major debut, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
Peyton can be in control on the field, but his legacy is in our hands.
Jordan Spieth got close to the lead Friday at the Open then stumbled. But he's not ready to back off on the weekend.
Golf eventually gets in every player's head. Saturday, it hit Tiger Woods.
Rory McIlroy is unlikely to be the next Tiger Woods. But he can still beat him.
The talk was that Merion was too short, that the rain had made it defenseless. Guess what? The talk was wrong.
Phil Mickelson has his priorities in order. Will that spell success at the U.S. Open?
Sergio Garcia accepted blame at The Barclays, but losses still define his career.
The budding friendship between Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy won't last.
He's on the list for player of the year, but Tiger Woods' season has still been lousy.