RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Masters Tournament

A collection of news and information related to Masters Tournament published by this site and its partners.

Top Masters Tournament Articles

Displaying items 34-44
  • Bubba Watson Back Where He Wants To Be: TPC River Highlands

     Bubba Watson Back Where He Wants To Be: TPC River Highlands
    CROMWELL — Bubba Watson doesn't like TPC River Highlands. He loves it. This is where the two-time Masters champion won for the first time on the PGA Tour at the 2010 Travelers Championship. This is where he tied for second in 2012 and was fourth...
  • Compton Adamant About Organ Donation, And He Should Know

    Compton Adamant About Organ Donation, And He Should Know
    CROMWELL — His golf has caught up to his remarkable story and the story is so big and so important that you worry it could engulf his game. No, Erik Compton insists, he has been talking about what beats inside his chest since he was 9 years old....
  • Operation Shower Having An Impact At TPC River Highlands

    CROMWELL — Ben Walsh of Manchester is an intern at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, the final step in completing a one-year Masters program at Georgetown University. At St. Francis, Walsh's work involves complementary and alternative...
  • Tee To Green

    The Daily List 1. "It's therapeutic for me to tell my story," Erik Compton said, so he told it again Tuesday at a late-morning press conference. Compton, who has had two heart transplants, tied for second place at the U.S. Open last week, a career and...
  • At 11, Lucy Li is the youngest player in US Women's Open but says she's not nervous

    PINEHURST, N.C. If Lucy Li handles Pinehurst No. 2 and the U.S. Women's Open with the ease she handled a press conference Tuesday, she should be fine. Forget that Li is 11 years old and the youngest player ever to qualify for the Women's Open. On...
  • Dan O'Neill: Poor ratings for Open are sign of the times in golf

    Golf is in a weird place right now. Television ratings for the 2014 US Open were awful. NBC, which now passes the U.S. Open torch to Fox, went out with a burp. According to Golf.com, the overnight rating for Martin Kaymer's lopsided win at Pinehurst...
  • Oliver Gross Comes To Connecticut To Start Pro Career

    CROMWELL — At 6:30 a.m. Monday, the first player stepped foot on the practice range at TPC River Highlands. Oliver Goss, who arrived in Connecticut at 11:30 p.m. Sunday, was up early as he embarked on his first week as a professional golfer. Goss,...
  • Kaymer's U.S. Open win barely registers in Germany

    As Germans celebrated a 4-0 World Cup win over Portugal and welcome news regarding the health of Formula One legend Michael Schumacher, one major sports story appears to have gone largely unnoticed - a first U.S. Open golf title. Martin Kaymer's eight-...
  •  

     
     
     
  • Martin Kaymer keeps his cool and cruises to U.S. Open victory

    Martin Kaymer arrived at Pinehurst No. 2 on Sunday afternoon and ducked into the clubhouse with everything he could have asked for. Three days of masterful golf had given Kaymer a five-shot cushion in the U.S. Open and the needed confidence to close out...
  • Anticlimactic as it was, a star was born at U.S. Open: Martin Kaymer

    Sunday's final round of the U.S. Open golf tournament was a long afternoon march to the obvious. Martin Kaymer of Germany won. Golf fans had probably figured that out by Friday. Rounds three and four Saturday and Sunday were merely exercises in...