What They're Writing: Stories from Masters Sunday


Each Monday after the majors, we’ll compile a list of the best stories from on-site. Here, the best stories from Masters Sunday:

Our Rex Hoggard on how Adam Scott’s victory provided sweet redemption and also energized an entire country

Our Randall Mell on Tiger Woods’ bizarre week at the Masters, and what could have been

Our Jay Coffin on how Scott’s victory was a popular one, in the press center and across the world

Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports on how the epic finish saved another otherwise controversy-filled Masters

Gene Wojciechowski of ESPN.com on how Scott is feeling love from not only women, but finally from the majors, too 

Steve Hummer of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on the “stirring game of one-upmanship” between Scott and runner-up Angel Cabrera 

Michael Rosenberg of Sports Illustrated on how Scott taught himself to win after last year’s British Open collapse

Bill Pennington of The New York Times on how Woods’ race to 18 majors gets stranger still

Gwen Knapp of Sports on Earth on the Masters’ two protagonists, vast in their differences

Steve Politi of the Newark Star-Ledger on the gracious Cabrera, the 269th-ranked player in the world vying for a second green jacket 

Ron Sirak of Golf World on another Augusta disappointment for Woods 

Scott Michaux of the Augusta Chronicle on how a resilient Scott finally broke through