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Play Podcast Jordan Spieth dishes on finishing second at the Masters, the pressure he felt over the weekend, his errant tee shot at the par- 3 12th hole Sunday, his takeaways from the tournament and more.
Play Podcast ESPN Radio's Scott Van Pelt gives his takes on Bubba Watson's performance at the Masters, the course conditions in Augusta, Tiger Woods' absence and more.
Play Podcast ESPN's Scott Van Pelt comments on his predictions for the Masters Tournament, whether Tiger Woods' absence is impacting the Masters, Phil Mickelson's performance and more.
GOLF PHOTO GALLERIES
Japan's Kohki Idoki, winner of last year's Senior PGA Championship golf tournament, signs autographs Thursday, April 24, ...(AP Photo/The Herald-Palladium, Don Campbell)
As the U.S. Ryder Cup team begins to take shape after the Masters, a few fresh faces on the U.S. squad might do the Americans some good.
Working On His Masters
Jordan Spieth's final round at Augusta was an education that only Sunday at the Masters could deliver.
Trying to figure out Bubba Watson might make your brain hurt. Somehow, though, he figured out Augusta National for a second Masters victory.
Missing The Roar
The Masters is special. But not even the magic of Augusta could overcome Tiger's absence.
|1||Bubba Watson (USA)||9||$4,533,007|
|2||Jimmy Walker (USA)||14||$4,225,072|
|3||Dustin Johnson (USA)||8||$3,356,150|
|4||Matt Kuchar (USA)||11||$3,121,107|
|5||Patrick Reed (USA)||13||$3,048,426|
|6||Jordan Spieth (USA)||13||$2,731,423|
|7||Harris English (USA)||15||$2,579,772|
|8||Chris Kirk (USA)||14||$2,181,286|
|9||Matt Every (USA)||13||$2,112,826|
|10||Zach Johnson (USA)||12||$2,110,337|
Zurich Classic of New Orleans - IN PROGRESS
TPC Louisiana, Avondale, LA - 4/24/2014
- Par: 36-36--72 Yards: 7,425 Purse: $6,800,000
- Def. Champ: Billy Horschel - USA, 268 (20-under)