Critics say Augusta National remains too entrenched in its old-school ways. The 2009 tournament proved all the naysayers wrong, writes GolfWorld Executive Editor Ron Sirak.
Scores soared and players were beaten down on a nasty Sunday at Augusta National.
Phil Mickelson didn't make physical mistakes Saturday. What sunk his round were the mental ones.
Tiger Woods has 11 people between him and the lead at the Masters. And that's not too many to climb over.
Arnold Palmer opened The Masters on Thursday. He's been opening doors for golfers for half a century.
Every PGA Tour champion will now receive an exemption into the Masters. Well, most of them, at least. Ron Sirak explains.
Earl told us to expect big things from Tiger. And you know what? He was right all along, writes Ron Sirak.
With the third round of The Masters delayed by heavy rains, Ron Sirak looks at how the rest of the weekend could be affected.
Each member of golf's Big Five has done what it takes to remain in contention on the weekend at The Masters, writes Ron Sirak.
Midway through the first round, it looks like we're going to have one of the more difficult Masters -- scoring-wise -- in a long time.
With his T-3 finish at the Players, Camilo Villegas fell just short in receiving a Masters exemption. Ron Sirak says they should give him one anyway.
College hoops is known for its March Madness this time of year, but the PGA Tour has its own version called the Florida Swing.
Forget the swing change. Tiger Woods is the best in the game because of his mental toughness.
With the world's top golfers playing their best, this year's Masters could be one to remember.
Tiger Woods is No. 1 in the world once again. But that doesn't mean he doesn't have any competition.
This year's Ryder Cup will generate $5 million more than the '99 Cup held at The Country Club.