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AUGUSTA, Ga. – In this one-of-a-kind Masters that had no fans and no roars, Dustin Johnson made sure it had no drama. And when he polished off his five-shot victory Sunday with lowest score in tournament history, he had no words.
Like last year, it happened during breakfast at the Masters. Like last year, everyone was talking about Tiger Woods and the 12th hole.
After struggling to make the cut at the Masters, Bryson DeChambeau said he's just not feeling well.
Dustin Johnson began his assault on Augusta National with a 5-iron for a tap-in eagle, and he never relented until he matched the 54-hole record at the Masters and built a four-shot lead to put himself in prime position for another major.
A long day in the small window of daylight that comes with a Masters in November didn't settle anything except that Dustin Johnson is playing like the No. 1 player and Justin Thomas has finally figured out Augusta National.
Already seven months behind schedule because of the pandemic, the most unusual Masters was 30 minutes old Thursday when the silence was interrupted by a rumble down by Amen Corner.
The pimiento cheese sandwiches are still here, and so is the Hogan Bridge over Rae’s Creek. So much else has changed at Augusta National this week, when the first fall Masters will be held without many of the traditions that make it a tradition unlike any other.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods has spent some extra time with his green jacket.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • When the present is bleak, it’s best to look forward, right? Except, what do you do when that doesn’t look all that promising, at least in the near term?
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Take away a few white scoreboards in their usual places behind the greens, and the green television stands behind the 12th tee and a few other strategic locations, and this is what Augusta National looks like in November.
Nothing about this Masters will look familiar until the champion slips his arms through a green jacket.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Seven games into the 2020 season, the Seattle Seahawks earned what can only be termed an easy win. And yet there was plenty of anxiety for adrenaline junkies – or worry warts, if you don’t mind a term out of 1925.
Reid Hatley has a lock on the Washington State Golf Association Men’s Mid-Amateur Player of the Year award.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. – Nick Taylor has never been to the Masters. He already is motivated to get back.
The par-3 contest is out at the spectator-free Masters in November.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There was no way anyone, or any team, was going to harsh my mellow, as The Dude might say. Which is why the end of the Seahawks’ game passed by without a second glance. Not with the Dodgers a game away from a World Series title.
All five area golfers who participated in the 72nd Hudson Cup matches and 29th Senior Hudson Cup last week at Meadow Springs Country Club in Richland came away with points, but it was senior pros Steve Prugh and Billy Bomar who had the best showing.
With one good break and two good putts, Justin Thomas felt much better about his round of 5-under 67 on Saturday that gave him a one-shot lead over Jon Rahm in the Zozo Championship at Sherwood.
Justin Thomas went from a fast finish one day to a fast start the next, and it carried him to a 7-under 65 on Friday and a one-shot lead in the Zozo Championship at Sherwood.
The scorecards of Sebastian Munoz and Tiger Woods were unusual for different reasons Thursday in the Zozo Championship at Sherwood. That was only good news for one of them.