Memorable Masters Images

By Golf Channel DigitalApril 3, 2011, 12:02 am

Jack Nicklaus in 1986

1986 – THE MASTERS OF ALL MASTERS: Jack Nicklaus holes a birdie putt on the 17th hole on his way to becoming the oldest winner in the tournament's history. (Getty Images)

Ben Crenshaw in 1995

1995 – WINNING IT FOR HIS TEACHER: An emotional Ben Crenshaw realizes his accomplishment while being congratulated by his caddie. Crenshaw dedicated the win to his late, longtime instructor, Harvey Penick.  (Getty Images)
Tiger Woods in 1997

Tiger Woods wins his first Masters in record-setting fashion. Woods won by 12 shots, while breaking the four-day scoring record at 18 under par. (Getty Images) 
Larry Nelson in 1987

1987 – THE STORY OF TWO CAREERS: Larry Mize holes a 45-yard pitch shot on the 11th hole to defeat Greg Norman during sudden-death for the win. (Getty Images)

Phil Mickelson in 2004

2004 – FINALLY ONE FOR PHIL: Phil Mickelson goes airborne after sinking his birdie putt on the 18th to win his first Masters, and first major championship. (Getty Images)

Tiger Woods in 2005

2005 – 'IN YOUR LIFE, HAVE YOU EVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THAT???!!!': Tiger Woods dramatically chips in for birdie on the 16th hole en route to a playoff win against Chris DiMarco – his fourth Masters title. (Getty Images)

Greg Norman in 1996

1996 – THE FALL OF NORMAN: Nick Faldo won the 1996 Masters in tactician style. But the tournament is more remembered for the final-round collapse  –  a 78 – from 54-hole leader, Greg Norman, who began Sunday with a six-shot lead. (Getty Images)

Fred Couples in 1992

1992 – A COOL YEAR FOR COUPLES: Fred Couples won his first and only green jacket after famously saving par on the 12th hole after a tee shot that – unlike most of his competitors' that week – stayed up on the steep watery bank short of the green, instead of trickling back into the water. (Getty Images)

Tiger Woods in 2001

2001 – 'THE TIGER SLAM': With his two-stroke victory over David Duval, Tiger Woods completed what was coined, 'The Tiger Slam'. Starting with his 15-stroke victory at the U.S. Open the previous summer, Woods won the British Open and the PGA Championship in the months following, then won his fourth consecutive major championship at Augusta the next April to mark one of the most dominant runs in the history of the game. (Getty Images)
Scott Hoch in 1989

1989 – THE SHORT MISS: Needing to hole a 2-footer to beat Nick Faldo on the first hole of sudden-death, Scott Hoch missed, allowing Faldo to hole a 30-foot birdie putt on the next hole – Augusta's par-4 11th – for his first of three Masters titles. Hoch would go on to win 11 times during his career on the PGA Tour, but he never hoisted a major championship trophy. (Getty Images)
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How to watch The Open on TV and online

By Golf Channel DigitalJuly 22, 2018, 8:30 am

You want to watch the 147th Open? Here’s how you can do it.

Golf Channel and NBC Sports will be televising 182 hours of overall programming from the men's third major of the year at Carnoustie

In addition to the traditional coverage, the two networks will showcase three live alternate feeds: marquee groups, featured holes (our new 3-hole channel) and spotlight action. You can also watch replays of full-day coverage, Thursday-Sunday, in the Golf Channel app, NBC Sports apps, and on  

Here’s the weekly TV schedule, with live stream links in parentheses. You can view all the action on the Golf Channel mobile, as well. Alternate coverage is noted in italics:

(All times Eastern; GC=Golf Channel; NBC=NBC Sports; or check the GLE app)

Monday, July 16

GC: 7-9AM: Morning Drive (

GC: 9-11AM: Live From The Open (

GC: 7-9PM: Live From The Open (

Tuesday, July 17

GC: 6AM-2PM: Live From The Open (

Wednesday, July 18

GC: 6AM-2PM: Live From The Open (

Thursday, July 19

GC: Midnight-1:30AM: Midnight Drive (

GC: Day 1: The Open, live coverage: 1:30AM-4PM ( Day 1: The Open, Spotlight: 1:30AM-4PM ( Day 1: The Open, Marquee Groups: 4AM-3PM ( Day 1: The Open, 3-Hole Channel: 4AM-3PM (

GC: Live From The Open: 4-5PM (

Friday, July 20

GC: Day 2: The Open, live coverage: 1:30AM-4PM ( Day 2: The Open, Spotlight: 1:30AM-4PM ( Day 2: The Open, Marquee Groups: 4AM-3PM ( Day 2: The Open, 3-Hole Channel: 4AM-3PM (

GC: Live From The Open: 4-5PM (

Saturday, July 21

GC: Day 3: The Open, live coverage: 4:30-7AM (

NBC: Rd. 3: The Open, live coverage: 7AM-3PM ( Day 3: The Open, Spotlight: 4:30AM-3PM ( Day 3: The Open, Marquee Groups: 5AM-3PM ( Day 3: The Open, 3-Hole Channel: 5AM-3PM (

GC: Live From The Open: 3-4PM (

Sunday, July 22

GC: Day 4: The Open, live coverage: 4:30-7AM (

NBC: Rd. 4: The Open, live coverage: 7AM-2:30PM ( Day 4: The Open, Spotlight: 4:30AM-2:30PM ( Day 4: The Open, Marquee Groups: 5AM-2PM ( Day 4: The Open, 3-Hole Channel: 5AM-2PM (

GC: Live From The Open: 2:30-4PM (

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Tiger Tracker: 147th Open Championship

By Tiger TrackerJuly 22, 2018, 8:30 am

Tiger Woods begins the final round of the 147th Open Championship four shots off the lead. He's out at 9:25 a.m. ET on Sunday and we're tracking him.

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Schauffele just fine being the underdog

By Rex HoggardJuly 21, 2018, 8:06 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Following a breakthough season during which he won twice and collected the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Award, Xander Schauffele concedes his sophomore campaign has been less than stellar, but that could all change on Sunday at The Open.

Schauffele followed a second-round 66 with a 67 on Saturday to take a share of the 9-under-par lead with Jordan Spieth and Kevin Kisner.

Although he hasn’t won in 2018, he did finish runner-up at The Players and tied for sixth at the U.S. Open, two of the year’s toughest tests.

Full-field scores from the 147th Open Championship

Full coverage of the 147th Open Championship

“Growing up, I always hit it well and played well in tough conditions,” Schauffele said. “I wasn't the guy to shoot 61. I was the guy to shoot like 70 when it was playing really hard.”

Sunday’s pairing could make things even more challenging when he’ll head out in the day’s final tee time with Spieth, the defending champion. But being the underdog in a pairing, like he was on Saturday alongside Rory McIlroy, is not a problem.

“All the guys I've talked to said, 'Live it up while you can, fly under the radar,'” he said. “Today I played in front of what you call Rory's crowd and guys were just yelling all the time, even while he's trying to putt, and he had to step off a few times. No one was yelling at me while I was putting. So I kind of enjoy just hanging back and relaxing.”

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Open odds: Spieth 7/1 to win; Tiger, Rory 14/1

By Golf Channel DigitalJuly 21, 2018, 7:54 pm

Only 18 holes remain in the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie, and the man tied atop the leaderboard is the same man who captured the claret jug last year at Royal Birkdale.

So it’s little surprise that Jordan Spieth is the odds-on favorite (7/4) to win his fourth major entering Sunday’s final round.

Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner, both tied with Spieth at 9 under par, are next in line at 5/1 and 11/2 respectively. Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, both four shots behind the leaders, are listed at 14/1.

Click here for the leaderboard and take a look below at the odds, courtesy Jeff Sherman at

Full-field scores from the 147th Open Championship

Full coverage of the 147th Open Championship

Jordan Spieth: 7/4

Xander Schauffele: 5/1

Kevin Kisner: 11/2

Tiger Woods: 14/1

Francesco Molinari: 14/1

Rory McIlroy: 14/1

Kevin Chappell: 20/1

Tommy Fleetwood: 20/1

Alex Noren: 25/1

Zach Johnson: 30/1

Justin Rose: 30/1

Matt Kuchar: 40/1

Webb Simpson: 50/1

Adam Scott: 80/1

Tony Finau: 80/1

Charley Hoffman: 100/1

Austin Cook: 100/1