Tough conditions continue on Day 1 in Tampa
Windy conditions and high scores have become a staple this year in Florida, but could that benefit those with an eye on the majors?
Hadley in contention, 'appreciative' to be at Bay Hill
After winning the Rex Hospital Open on the Web.com Tour last summer, Chesson Hadley received a letter of congratulations. It happened to be signed by this week’s tournament host – Arnold Palmer.
Scott shoots 76, 'didn't putt well at all'
Adam Scott seemingly made everything he looked at Thursday at Bay Hill. By late Sunday afternoon, the hole must have looked like the size of a Dixie cup.
#AskLav: Swinging from Florida into Augusta
Could Patrick "Top 5" Reed's confidence be enough for him to be the first Masters rookie winner since Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979?
Success at Houston doesn't mean success at Augusta
Success in Houston has rarely translated to Augusta National, but Masters favorite Rory McIlroy would like to change that trend.
McIlroy shoots 70, 'left a lot of putts short' in Rd. 1
Players always rave about the conditioning at the Golf Club of Houston, and this year is no exception.
Day confident, feeling 'fine' in advance of Masters
Just as the weather warning horn blew to announce the arrival of an approaching storm, Jason Day was completing a nine-hole practice round at Augusta National on Monday.
No worries for Walker despite being a Masters rookie
If half the battle to succeeding at the Masters is retaining a positive attitude, then Jimmy Walker already owns an advantage.
Handling Augusta National-like elevation changes
It's hard to envision how much elevation change there is at Augusta National without being on the grounds, and that makes for difficult golf shots.
Payne holds his annual news conference at the Masters
Augusta National chairman Billy Payne held his annual news conference on the eve of the Masters and weighed in on various topics raning from Tiger Woods to the loss of the Eisenhower Tree.