World number one Dustin Johnson entered the history books as he won the 84th Masters in record-breaking style at Augusta National on Sunday.
The wait is over for Dustin Johnson . After four straight top-10 finishes, including a runner-up showing in 2019, the 36-year-old is a Masters champion.
Tiger Woods made his worst score on a hole in his professional career on Sunday, taking 10 strokes at the par-3 12th after hitting his ball into Rae's Creek three times during the final round of the Masters.
And the crowd went wild! Or, it would have. If there was one.
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Tiger Woods bested the field in an epic Sunday at the Masters to win his fifth green jacket.
The roars and the magic returned to golf Sunday at the Masters as Tiger Woods, among all the things he has accomplished across a storied career, managed to pull off one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.
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Patrick Reed won his first major title on Sunday at the Masters, outlasting Rickie Fowler by one stroke and staving off a big comeback by Jordan Spieth.
Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth are now tied at the Masters, setting up a scintillating finish in the final round.
An 5-under 31 on the front nine and a slow start from Rory and Patrick Reed have the three-time major champion back in the conversation. The course record is in jeopardy.
Whoever wins the Masters on Sunday will get $1.98 million in prize money out of a total purse of $11 million. Those figures are unchanged from 2017. The Masters is among golf’s most prestigious tournaments, obviously, and it pays out bigger sums than most. But Augusta National Golf Club, which hosts the tournament, knows that it’s prestigious, and so does everybody else. That’s why the Masters hasn’t been caught up quite as much as some other tournaments in a purse arms race, where organizers at the sport’s biggest events try to flex their financial muscle to show how big a deal their tournaments are. The U.S. Open paid a record $12 million payout last year. and the Players Championship has made a push to start paying major-like dollars in recent years.
Like legions of golfers his age, young Patrick Reed wanted to grow up to be like Tiger Woods. He took lessons at Hank Haney's ranch in Texas at a time when Haney was teaching Woods. He studied Tiger as if he were a grown-up NFL scout trying to find the secret to an opponent's success. Reed's instructor at the time, Peter Murphy, would tell ESPN.com that his student learned that he didn't just want to play like Tiger; he wanted to act like Tiger, too.
With one swing Saturday, all the duffers in the world had the proof they needed: Even one of the best golfers in the world can swing—and completely miss. And unlike most of you: Phil Mickelson followed the rules and took a stroke on it. Mickelson, a three-time champion here at the Masters, began his third round with a tee shot into the woods. Then he faced a grisly situation where he had to hit off the pine straw and alter his swing because of a nearby tree.
We'll be following along all day to see how Tiger Woods fares in Round 2 at the Masters, updating this running blog throughout. He tees off at 1:27 p.m. with Marc Leishman and Tommy Fleetwood. Woods opened the tournament with a 1-over 73 on Thursday -- his first round at the Masters since 2015.