Saturday Apr 12
Lake County Record-Bee
LPGA's rising star is the real deal
It's Masters Saturday and the 2014 champion will don the green jacket on Sunday evening.
Observations from the first round of the Masters golf tournament
From the easy chair, here are a few observations from Day One of the Masters , led by Bill Haas at 68. U.S. Open Champion and now TV golf analyst Curtis Strange spent much of his on-air time Thursday during the first round of the Masters wondering aloud why scores were not lower than they were, pointing out that weather and course conditions were ... (more)
Rory McIlroy past his Masters collapse, 'no excuses' now
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George M. Thomas: Masters networks plan for Woods-less tournament
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Strange backs Scott to respond to adversity
Curtis Strange was shocked by Adam Scott's meltdown at last month's Arnold Palmer Invitational but the double U.S. Open champion believes the Australian will bounce back at this week's Masters.
The Winnipeg Free Press
MASTERS '14: 17th hole gets a new look without the old Eisenhower Tree
Most players walking up the hill toward the 17th fairway at Augusta National can't help but notice the famous Eisenhower Tree: a loblolly pine, far enough from the tee to be a nuisance, sprawling at 65 feet and getting taller by the year.