Tiger Woods is heading back to Augusta National for the first time in three years and as Bob Weeks writes, he has just one thing on his mind.
Jordan Spieth put on a show in the first round. But what does history suggest will happen next? Also, can Tiger figure out No. 11? Can anybody figure out No. 7? And is Sergio Garcia headed for company he'd rather not be keeping?
With two weeks to go before the Masters and five tournaments behind him, Tiger Woods tells what's next as he preps for an event he has won four times but hasn't played in three years.
With the official start of 2018's Masters week only hours away, Tiger Woods has been supplanted as a betting favorite for Augusta National.
The fact that Finau played on this ankle at Augusta is pretty insane
Tony Finau wasn't sure if he would be able to play Thursday -- because of an injury he suffered celebrating a hole-in-one. Yet there he was, his dislocated ankle hurting and his pride in even worse shape, carefully walking his way into contention.