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Aussie Masters report card

Aussie Masters report card

After positive signs early in Masters week, and Jason Day and Adam Scott both leading the tournament at various stages, a second green jacket didn’t eventuate for the four Australians at Augusta. 15 Apr 2019
Tiger masters Augusta for the fifth time

Tiger masters Augusta for the fifth time

“Just unreal.” 15 Apr 2019
Faultless Francesco leads as Tiger lays in wait

Faultless Francesco leads as Tiger lays in wait

The 83rd Masters delivered drama and excitement in spades once again on Saturday as Francesco Molinari continued his unassuming pilgrimage to the top of the golf world and Tiger Woods charged to a place in Sunday’s final group, while the main Australian chances faltered. 14 Apr 2019
Masters Sunday set for early start and finish

Masters Sunday set for early start and finish

Predicted severe weather has caused an adjustment to the traditional Sunday tee times at Augusta National. The Masters final round set to begin at 7:30am off both the 1st and 10th tees, with players to go out in threesomes. 14 Apr 2019
Potential mid-tournament putter change for Scott

Potential mid-tournament putter change for Scott

Adam Scott appears likely to make an equipment change for the third round, despite sharing The Masters lead after 36 holes. 14 Apr 2019
Scott and Day in five way tie for Masters lead

Scott and Day in five way tie for Masters lead

Overcast skies and rain were a constant during Friday afternoon at Augusta National. But the inclement weather and a short delay did nothing to dampen the spirits of the patrons. Particularly the strong Australian contingent. 13 Apr 2019
Cream rises to the top during Masters first round

Cream rises to the top during Masters first round

Major championship golf has a habit of bringing the best players to the fore, and Thursday at Augusta National saw former major champions and top ranked players climb the leaderboard in perfect weather on a layout playing longer than usual due to rain earlier in the week. 12 Apr 2019
More back trouble for Jason Day at The Masters

More back trouble for Jason Day at The Masters

An innocent kiss for three-year-old daughter Lucy on the putting green moments before his opening tee shot saw Jason Day’s back injury flare up on day one of The Masters at Augusta National. 12 Apr 2019
The last word from Masters contenders

The last word from Masters contenders

Some of the biggest names in the world of golf are hitting their stride as the first round of The Masters approaches. Meanwhile some other fancies are searching for their games. Here is what a few of the favourites of their chances and game before the 83rd Masters gets underway. 11 Apr 2019
Leishman and Smith ready for major glory

Leishman and Smith ready for major glory

After playing well at previous major championships both Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman believe they are ready to win a major. The 2018 World Cup teammates both happy with their games after final preparations for tomorrow’s first round of The Masters. 11 Apr 2019
Scott motivated by major misses

Scott motivated by major misses

Adam Scott admits surrendering chances to win several majors in recent years have weighed on him, but the 2013 Masters winner is using them as motivation to claim a second green jacket at Augusta National this week. 11 Apr 2019
IBF and Ogilvy excited by Aussie Masters chances

IBF and Ogilvy excited by Aussie Masters chances

The Oak tree in front of the clubhouse of Augusta National is a meeting spot for the who’s who of professional golf. Major champions rub shoulders with green jacket wearing members and it is here that two of our former major winners have declared 2019 could be Australia’s year. 11 Apr 2019
Presidents Cup tickets go on sale

Presidents Cup tickets go on sale

As golf fans look forward with anticipation to this week’s Masters, past champions at Augusta like Patrick Reed, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson and Tiger Woods have a major opportunity to improve their chances to qualify for the 2019 Presidents Cup, which will bring golf’s biggest stars back to Melbourne this December. 10 Apr 2019
TIGER: I don’t need to win again, I want to

TIGER: I don’t need to win again, I want to

It’s been 11 years since Tiger Woods won a major championship and 14 since he won The Masters. But Woods believes that he can win again at Augusta National. 10 Apr 2019
Long and soft Augusta no problem for Smith

Long and soft Augusta no problem for Smith

Cameron Smith’s preparation was all but complete for his third Masters tilt after playing nine hole practice rounds on Monday and Tuesday at Augusta National with some very contrasting playing partners. 10 Apr 2019
Scalped Masters ticket prices skyrocket

Scalped Masters ticket prices skyrocket

Online scalpers are gouging Masters fans for exorbitant prices to attend the Augusta National major with the cheapest ticket to watch all four rounds starting at $US10,000 ($A14,000). 10 Apr 2019
Own Tiger’s clubs

Own Tiger’s clubs

TaylorMade spent countless hours working to produce a set of irons for Tiger Woods once the 14-time major winner signed an endorsement deal with the company. And now golfers can benefit from Tiger’s attention to detail with the new P7TW arriving at retail from May 1. 10 Apr 2019
Barnrat a Masters bolter

Barnrat a Masters bolter

Kiradech Aphibarnrat is making his third Masters start and the 29-year-old is hoping to follow good friend Ariya Jutanugarn in the ladies game and become the first Thai male to win a major championship. 9 Apr 2019
Day's short game primed for Augusta: Swatton

Day's short game primed for Augusta: Swatton

Jason Day's long-time coach Colin Swatton says the former World No.1's short game is back to its brilliant best and should be enough to get him in Masters contention once again. 9 Apr 2019
Bad weather threatens Masters practice

Bad weather threatens Masters practice

Adam Scott's habitual radar-watching as an avid surfer has come in handy as wild weather in Augusta threatens to take a full day of practice away from Masters hopefuls. 9 Apr 2019
Smith Masters ready with a little help from his friends

Smith Masters ready with a little help from his friends

Cameron Smith believes the support team he's assembled will play a key role in his quest to join fellow Australian Adam Scott in Masters glory at Augusta National Golf Club this week. 9 Apr 2019