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  • 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,...
  • Bianchi: Gators replacing Ray Graves with Doug Dickey was worse than Muschamp, Zook hires

    Bianchi: Gators replacing Ray Graves with Doug Dickey was worse than Muschamp, Zook hires
    Running off at the typewriter … University of Florida football fans may think the hirings of Will Muschamp and Ron Zook were bad, but they pale in comparison to the worst coaching decision in UF football history — the day former school...
  • Spieth back on top at the Masters; Can he finish the job?

    7:37 p.m. Jordan Spieth was already one of the hottest players on the PGA Tour. He showed no signs of letting up at the Masters. There are still three rounds to go, but the 21-year-old Spieth looks very much like the one to beat after opening with an...
  • Red-hot Jordan Spieth burns up Masters with a 64

    Red-hot Jordan Spieth burns up Masters with a 64
    Ernie Els remembers it clearly, a second-round 67 in his first Masters in 1994, a move into the top five and an invigorating compliment from playing partner Ben Crenshaw. "He was so gracious, so nice," Els recalled Thursday. "He said, 'You know, you'...
  • Jordan Spieth finds zone in opening 64, leads Masters by 3 shots

    Jordan Spieth finds zone in opening 64, leads Masters by 3 shots
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — Ernie Els remembers it clearly, a second-round 67 in his first Masters in 1994, a move into the top five and an invigorating compliment from playing partner Ben Crenshaw. "He was so gracious, so nice," Els recalled Thursday. "He...
  • Hoffman seizes moment in 1st trip back to Masters since '11

    Charley Hoffman considers himself quite the veteran of the Masters. Whenever he's not playing, this storied tournament is must-see TV for him. Playing, however, is much more fun than watching. Being in contention after the first 18 holes is even better....
  • With 'imperfect' swing, Jordan Spieth stands out among young players

    With 'imperfect' swing, Jordan Spieth stands out among young players
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — During a practice round Tuesday, Masters rookies Morgan Hoffmann and Brooks Koepka sought advice from their playing partner, a grizzled veteran who was born so long ago, the Apple Watch had yet to be invented. OK, so Jordan Spieth...
  • All eyes on Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods as the Masters gets underway

    All eyes on Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods as the Masters gets underway
    AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Three of golf's greatest players began the Masters with ceremonial tee shots. Then the focus quickly shifted to a pair of players who'll be keeping score, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods. Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary...
  • Five to watch at the Masters, besides Tiger Woods

     Five to watch at the Masters, besides Tiger Woods
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — Here are five players to watch at the Masters, besides Tiger Woods: Bubba Watson: The course is perfectly suited to his slicing drives, described by Watson as a "high bomb" and "ding cut." The Southern-fried southpaw will vie for...
  • Masters offers a major learning curve for most players

    Tiger Woods was the exception. Ben Crenshaw was closer to the rule. Woods joined up with Crenshaw to play the back nine Wednesday on the final day of practice for a Masters that is shaping up as a mystery in many ways. They are Masters champions with...
  • Time to go: Gentle Ben calls it a career at the Masters

    Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth were already on the 18th green, ready to hit a few putts. Ben Crenshaw was back down the fairway, still 100 yards or so away, after driving his tee shot into a tree. Yep, it's time for Gentle Ben to go. "I probably should...