Eyes were glued to computer screens everywhere streaming the Masters live at work, school and homes across the world. Where golf fans were watching Amen Corner, Holes 15 and 16, or featured groups, it was an entertaining day as several intriguing names topped the leaderboard.
As play started out Jonas Blixt was in the lead for most of his round. Ending with a solid round of 70...
Ernie Els' ball must have hopped into the DeLorean during this chip at the Masters, because it was Back to the Future Part II.
Defending Masters champion Adam Scott will play with reigning PGA champ Jason Dufner and U.S. Amateur champ Matthew Fitzpatrick for the first two rounds this week at the Masters. Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Justin Rose will also be grouped together, while Rory McIlroy will play with Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed. First two rounds tee times, via PGATour.com: Round 1 Round...
Stewart Cink and Tim Clark have the honor of setting the stage for the 2014 Master tournament at Augusta on Thursday morning.
The pair will tee off at 7:45 a.m. ET to kick off the first major of the year.
Check out the rest of the pairings and tee times below.
PGA Tee Times
The Masters – Apr. 10-13, Augusta, Georgia
44-year-old Ernie Els, made it look anything but easy this weekend, at the World Match Play. Somehow Els was able to turn back the hands of father time a bit to make it into the semi-final round. Els played some good golf, but is it the kind of play that will make him a contender, at this year majors? Els would like nothing better than to get a win at this years Masters in Augusta...
MARANA, Ariz. -- The love-hate relationship Ernie Els has with the Match Play Championship is taking a major turn for the better.
Els made a birdie from the desert on the par-5 eighth hole to take the lead for good Saturday against 20-year-old Jordan Spieth, reaching the semifinals in this fickle tournament for the first time in 13 years.
It was the first time all week that Els made...
Ernie Els hardly ever catches a break at the Match Play Championship.
When the first edition was held in 1999 at La Costa, he was trailing Paul Azinger going to the 18th hole when his tee shot caught the worst of lies in the rough.
And it didn't get much better after that.
He lost in the second round a year later to Bob Estes by missing a 4-foot putt on the last hole. He once...
Via AP on Fox
February 21, 2014
A bettor reportedly was the benefactor of Adam Scott's epic collapse and Ernie Els' improbable win at the British Open after laying down a $70 bet on the Big Easy.
Anyone who was watching the final round of the British Open on Sunday likely thought Adam Scott had the major won through 14 holes. Scott had a four-shot lead over Ernie Els with only four holes remaining, but he bogeyed every one of them. Els, who finished before Scott, turned up the pressure with a great birdie putt on the 18th. The rest was history and Els wound up with the...