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4/15/2024 |  Scheffler turns the Masters into another Sunday yawner with a dominating win (Associated Press (AP)) AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Scottie Scheffler drained all the drama out of the Masters.
Which has become a familiar storyline at Augusta National.
Despite that familiar refrain about the tournament not beginning until the back nine on Sunday, it’s become a rarity for it to be decided at the closing holes
4/15/2024 |  Can Scottie Scheffler Win The Grand Slam? A Look At The Betting Odds (Sports Handle) Scottie Scheffler took home the green jacket Sunday, winning his second Masters Tournament in three years. Scheffler became the first pre-tournament betting favorite to win the Masters since Tiger Woods in 2005, according to Sports Odds History.
The 27-year-old Scheffler won THE PLAYERS Championship earlier this year, joining Woods as the only two players to ever win the Masters and Players in the same year. Scheffler won the Masters by four strokes, and he beat every player not named Ludvig Åberg by at least seven shots.
4/13/2024 |  Masters fashion: Day was asked by Augusta National to change his wardrobe so ‘respectfully’ he did (Associated Press (AP)) AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Jason Day went viral at the Masters this week for wearing some rather bold outfits from Malbon.
Turns out one of them was a bit too bold.
Day said after finishing his third round Saturday that he was asked the previous day to take off the white vest he was wearing that said in big letters across the midsection: “Malbon Golf Championship.” Day wasn’t sure who exactly requested the wardrobe change, but “respectfully, you do that, because it’s all about the tournament here, and I respect the tournament.”
4/9/2024 |  Masters Making Way for PGA Tour, LIV Stakeholders to Discuss Future (Front Office Sports)

The Masters arrives this week with plenty of lingering questions about the future of professional golf, which has been fractured for the past two years. The PGA Tour and LIV Golf are not merged, and there is no timetable for when the divide could be resolved. But as players have been getting ready for the first major championship of the year, Augusta National has proved to be a pivotal meeting place for key figures from both sides.

During a press conference Tuesday morning, defending Masters champion Jon Rahm (above, left)said he had hoped his move to LIV would expedite negotiations between the PGA Tour and the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, but he admitted his influence is minimal. “Unfortunately, it’s not up to me,” he said. But later in the day Rahm spoke one-on-one with Rory McIlroy (above, right)—perhaps the Tour’s biggest supporter in the battle with LIV—for several minutes on the driving range. He also made nice with Tour members Tony Finau and Tom Kim before heading out to a practice round with European Ryder Cup teammate Nicolai Højgaard. 

Also seen chatting near the driving range was 2020 Masters champion Dustin Johnson, LIV’s first big catch in ’22, and the green-jacket-wearing Jimmy Dunne, the powerful Augusta National and PGA Tour policy board member who helped broker last summer’s controversial framework agreement with the PIF. What were Rahm, McIlroy, Johnson, Dunne, and others talking about? If only we knew. One thing we can be certain of: It would be a surprise if the PGA Tour and LIV Golf were not brought up in those conversations.

Playing Nice

Out on the course, Brooks Koepka and Adrian Meronk were among the LIV golfers to play practice rounds with PGA Tour players, in addition to Cam Smith, who hit the links with fellow Australians Jason Day, Adam Scott, and Min Woo Lee. But the sight of players repping LIV league and team logos at Augusta National (which also happened last year) is still hard for many fans to believe. As Smith and Day shared a laugh walking down the No. 10 fairway, several patrons could be heard joking about the Ripper GC branding on Smith’s bag.

New-Look Tiger Still a Main Draw

As five-time champion Tiger Woods looks to break a Masters record by making a 24th consecutive cut this week, he still has yet another green jacket on his mind. “If everything comes together, I think I can get one more,” he said.

Woods played nine-hole practice rounds Monday and Tuesday, unsurprisingly drawing the biggest crowds of anyone at Augusta National. But an unfamiliar style in his recently launched Sun Day Red brand was a strange sight to some fans. “It’s so weird seeing him without a Nike hat on,” one man said to his group of friends. “I think they really missed the mark on that logo,” another quipped about the brand’s flagship striped tiger drawing.

4/2/2024 |  Division between PGA and LIV is unsustainable and a shame, McIlroy says (Reuters Sports) April 2 (Reuters) - The split in the men's game between the PGA Tour and Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf is unsustainable and will not benefit anyone in the long term, Rory McIlroy told Golf Monthly on Tuesday.
The four-time major champion said it was disheartening as a competitor to see the best golfers play in separate tours for most of the year.
"There needs to be a correction. I think what's happening is not sustainable right now, so something needs to happen to try to bring it all back together so we can all move forward so we don't have this division that's sort of ongoing," McIlroy said, opens new tab.

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