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AUGUSTA, Ga. — For someone with a reputation of lacking a pulse and fist pumps, the raw emotion from Masters champion Dustin Johnson was as startling as a virtually vacant Augusta National.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Not sure what’s worse. That the Seahawks lost yesterday at the Rams or that they played a boring brand of football while doing it. Who are we kidding? Boring is fine if there is a win involved.
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.
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.
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.
Tiger Woods slipped on the green jacket again on the second Sunday in April.
There is no shortage of memories at The Masters, the moments that define the major unlike any other.
The annual rite of spring for golf won’t happen this year
In choosing Tiger Woods’ victory at the Masters as The Associated Press sports story of the year, voters went with the uplifting escape of a great comeback over options that were as much about sports as the issues that enveloped them in 2019: politics, money and the growing push for equal pay and equal rights for women.
Injury blighted Rafael Nadal again as he pulled out of his Paris Masters semifinal on Saturday, meaning top-ranked Novak Djokovic will go for his fifth title at the indoor tournament against Denis Shapovalov.
“A lot of people in swimming get burned out and they don’t keep going with it,” Larry Krauser said. “I never got burned out with swimming.”