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  • Finally, Tiger posts round worth getting warm and fuzzy over

    The man was so darned agreeable from tee to green you half-expected his post-round interview to begin: "Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, I'm Tiger Woods and I'll be here all week. Don't forget to tip your server." If you thought Woods conducted...
  • Spieth fast learner, using tips from fellow Texan Crenshaw

    Spieth fast learner, using tips from fellow Texan Crenshaw
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — Farewell, Gentle Ben. Welcome, Jordan Spieth. Ben Crenshaw closed out his Masters career Friday with two rounds he would prefer to forget, but a lifetime of memories from his 44 appearances at Augusta National. While the two-time...
  • The story of Gene Sarazen and the golf shot heard 'round the world

    The crowd in the lobby of the Bon Air Hotel in Augusta, Ga., was jammed with people professional golfers, reporters, tournament patrons and plenty of hangers on. Gene Sarazen, the diminutive winner of three PGA Championships, two US Opens and the...
  • As Alex Rodriguez Demonstrates, It Takes A Long Time To Judge True Greatness

    As Alex Rodriguez Demonstrates, It Takes A Long Time To Judge True Greatness
    NEW YORK — John Farrell was talking Friday about what it would be like to look out at Yankee Stadium and not see No. 2 in pinstripes. He was talking about how people of the present-day generation always would associate the Yankees with Derek Jeter...
  • Jordan Spieth makes Masters look like child's play

    Jordan Spieth is making the Masters look easy. He opened with a 64 despite making a bogey at the easiest hole on the course. He followed with a bogey-free 66 in which he missed a pair of 6-foot birdie putts. He still broke the 36-hole Masters record that...
  • Hope not lost as Spieth chase goes into weekend at Masters

    Phil's Army had pretty much surrendered by the turn Friday, even as their leader fought on. There were six of them in matching gray T-shirts following Phil Mickelson the day before, but now only three remained. Hard to blame them because even though...
  • Spieth heads to the weekend with a commanding Masters lead

    7:17 p.m. Jordan Spieth will go to the third round of the Masters with a five-stroke lead, matching the largest 36-hole advantage in tournament history. Spieth set the record for lowest score midway through the tournament, a 14-under 130. The 21-year-...
  • Jordan Spieth, son of Saucon Valley grads, makes Masters history

    Jordan Spieth, son of Saucon Valley grads, makes Masters history
    Jordan Spieth continues to cleanse the memory of last year's Masters disappointment, setting the 36-hole scoring record at Augusta National. The 21-year-old Spieth, who is from Dallas, Texas, but has roots in the Lehigh Valley, shot a 6-under 66...
  • Jordan Spieth brings the noise to Augusta

    Jordan Spieth brings the noise to Augusta
    Three women were walking among the massive crowds surrounding the 18th green here Friday when one of them spotted a purple shirt in the distance and stopped. "Wait," she said. "I want to hear this." Jordan Spieth was walking up the 18th fairway and,...
  • Spieth Making Masters Look Like Child's Play

    AUGUSTA, Ga. — Jordan Spieth is making the Masters look easy. He opened with a 64 despite making a bogey at the easiest hole on the course. He followed with a bogey-free 66 in which he missed a pair of 6-foot birdie putts. He still broke the 36-...
  • Watson shoots 81, misses Masters cut one day after historic round

    AUGUSTA, Ga. As the cheers and applause poured out of the gallery, Tom Watson walked briskly up the fairway to the 18th green on Friday afternoon. He looked to his right, nodded toward the fans lining the green, and then inspected his own precarious...