Leaders preparing for poor weather conditions Saturday at Augusta

Masters 36-hole leader Patrick Reed will have to battle tough conditions ahead on Moving Day. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images) AUGUSTA, Ga. – After two days of dry conditions and pleasant temperatures, the weather for Saturday’s third round of the Masters is expected to take a turn for the worse. Scattered showers in the morning, then heavy rain and possibly thunderstorms for the leaders in the afternoon. Oh, and throw in wind gusts to 20 mph. How much that will impact the leaderboard on Moving Day at Augusta National will be one of the intriguing storylines. Patrick Reed takes a two-shot lead… read more >>

Masters Tournament, second round: Leaderboard, tee times, TV schedule

There are currently 15 players within four shots of Jordan Spieth's lead after Round 1 at the Masters. (Getty Images) Jordan Spieth has held at least a share of the lead at Augusta National in nine of his 17 career starts. He is tied with Tiger Woods for the most leads or co-leads at the Masters Tournament since 1992. Spieth leads by two heading into Friday's second round. The 24-year-old is the only player in the top 10 with a Green Jacket already. Rory McIlroy is just T4 and three back after Thursday in search of the career Grand Slam.… read more >>

2018 Masters Contest

    Play Golf Alberta is giving away 10 - 4somes(1 - 4some to each of our partnering courses). Pick the winner of the 2018 Masters. Selection must be made by 11:59pm MST Wednesday, April 4th, 2018. The names of the contestants who selected the winners will be drawn for the 4somes to the partnering courses. All 4somes include power cart and driving range. 4somes must be booked and played on or before June 28th, 2018. Valid Monday - Thursday excluding holidays. One selection per account.  Twitter, Facebook or email. https://twitter.com/PlayGolfdotcom https://www.facebook.com/playgolfdotcom info@playgolfalberta.com Good Luck!!! Play Golf Alberta   read more >>

The First Look: Masters Tournament

THE TAKEAWAY Sergio gets it done, a playoff for the ages & Kuch's ace Resurgent World Golf Championships winners Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson – both multiple Masters titleholders – join FedExCup leader Justin Thomas as the spotlight shines on Augusta National even hotter than most years. The gathering of elite names arriving off recent victories also includes Rory McIlroy, Paul Casey, Jason Day and Jon Rahm. Nor does that factor in world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, defending champion Sergio Garcia and a wild card with four green jackets – Tiger Woods. FIELD NOTES: The expected roster stands at 86… read more >>

Hole by hole: The pros break down Augusta National

PGA TOUR players give their insider perspectives on each hole at Augusta National for the Masters. (Harry How/Getty Images) Augusta National Golf Club is familiar territory to golf fans, many of whom eagerly watch the year's first major championship on television. A two-dimensional screen cannot accurately display the holes' extreme elevation changes or the subtle slopes on the course's famed putting surfaces. That's why PGATOUR.COM asked the world's best players to describe how they play Augusta National's historic holes. We hope their insight will give you a deeper appreciation for this hallowed ground. THE MASTERS: Complete coverage | Players' hole-by-hole descriptions | First-hand accounts of… read more >>

‘Just enjoy the music’ in Woods’ impressive comeback

'Just enjoy the music' in Woods' impressive comeback It's tempting to forget how far Tiger has come in just a matter of weeks HIGHLIGHTS Tiger Woods drains a monster birdie putt on No. 17 at Valspar PALM HARBOR, Fla. – Buses were brought in from Miami and Orlando. Some 6,000 parking spaces were procured, and 160 portable toilets were added to the grounds. Extra server space was acquired to ensure the website could handle the increased traffic and the media center was doubled in size. These measures were all part of the 50-point checklist the Valspar Championship put into action… read more >>

Bubba is Back!!!

Bubba is back Watson collects his third Genesis Open title and 10th TOUR win ROUND RECAPS Bubba Watson wins his third Genesis Open Bubba Watson continued his love affair with Riviera Country Club to claim his third Genesis Open and 10th PGA TOUR victory. Welcome to the Monday Finish where Watson went from NBA Celebrity All-Star to the shining star at Hogan’s Alley. FIVE OBSERVATIONS 1. Bubba Watson continues to bemuse and befuddle some folks with his personality, but one thing is clear… he can flat out play. Watson is an enigma wrapped in a riddle with plenty of idiosyncrasies… read more >>

Patton Kizzire prevails in playoff to win Sony Open

Patton Kizzire prevails in playoff to win Sony Open January 15, 2018 By Ben Everill, PGATOUR.COM  SHARE ON ROUND RECAPS Patton Kizzire hangs on in playoff to win the Sony Open HONOLULU, Hawaii – Patton Kizzire craves being uncomfortable so it makes perfect sense he would win the Sony Open in Hawaii in a week where strange events were common place. With a false alarm for a missile strike, picketing television crews, a six-hole playoff and a good friend of the TOUR in the ICU in critical condition the week at Waialae Country Club was one for books. But ultimately it was… read more >>

Winner’s Bag: Dustin Johnson, Sentry Tournament of Champions

Winner's Bag: Dustin Johnson, Sentry Tournament of Champions January 08, 2018 By Jonathan Wall, PGATOUR.COM  SHARE ON ROUND RECAPS Dustin Johnson dominates the field of winners at Sentry It didn't take Dustin Johnson long to break in his new TaylorMade equipment on the course. Using a new M4 driver for the very first time, Johnson hit the defining shot of the tournament with the club on the par-4 12th hole at Kapalua's Plantation Course during the final round. Coming off a frustrating bogey, Johnson rocketed his tee shot over 430 yards and watched as it raced down the hill to within a couple… read more >>

No. 1: Justin Thomas

INSIDE THE PGA TOUR The FedExCup champion also earns Player of the Year honors THE OVERVIEW By Ben Everill, PGATOUR.COM How much better can it get for Justin Thomas? That’s the biggest question posed towards our current FedExCup Champion and gives us plenty of reason to watch him closer than ever. His 2016-17 season was off the charts as Thomas won five times, including his maiden major championship and of course the season-long FedExCup. Oh, and he shot a 59 in Hawaii and a 63 at the U.S. Open. Given the benchmark is so high, how will he guard against… read more >>