The putt measured just over 6 feet, a minuscule distance compared with how long William McGirt traveled to get to this point.
The original destination was a PGA Tour card.
He reached the ultimate destination Sunday at the Memorial by pouring in the par putt on the 18th hole, with tournament
World No. 513 journeyman Brian Stuard beat Jamie Lovemark on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff Monday for his first PGA Tour win at the water-truncated Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
The victory makes Stuard the first Masters rookie to qualify for the 2017 field at Augusta National.
Masters Tournaments may be memorable for many different reasons.
This was an anniversary year for two very different classics.
Danny Willett nearly sat out the Masters. He and his wife, Nicole, were expecting their first child to arrive on April 10, Masters Sunday.
Perhaps we should have seen the baton pass coming.
Few golfers have ever been imbued with a mystical quality for the moment like Ben Crenshaw.
DALLAS — At just 22 years old, Jordan Spieth is the No. 1 golfer, the sport’s highest earning player and an international celebrity.
Back home in Dallas, the real star of the Spieth family is his 15-year-old sister.
“We say all the time – our friends and his friends – we all live in Ellie’s
DALLAS — Like comic book superheroes, golf legends often start with a good origin story.
Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan digging their games from the dirt of a Fort Worth caddie yard.
Seve Ballesteros on the beaches of Pedreña, Spain, using a hand-me-down 3-iron.
Phil Mickelson mirroring his
It’s easy to see Jordan Spieth cruising halfway toward a Grand Slam at age 21 and conclude he must have skipped a step.
Everybody could certainly see that the young Texan had the ingredients to be a transcendent golfer.
Jose Maria Olazabal will miss playing in the Masters this year because of a lingering injury, but the two-time champion's spirit will be present in a countryman he inspired to get to Augusta National.
Rafa Cabrera Bello of Spain leapt into the world's top 50 under the deadline with a third-place
Nearly three full months into 2016 with the deadline for gaining entry into the Masters Tournament fast approaching, only one professional in the world has booked a late spot at Augusta National Golf Club.
Last call. You don't have to win to get in, but you can't reach the top 50 this week if you're not in the WGC-Match Play.
Seven players loitering outside the top-50 bubble are among the 64 players set to compete in the pool play beginning Wednesday at Austin Country Club.
Since 2016 started, there's been a net gain of zero expected starters at the Masters.
Only two players have booked a spot in the field this year -- Latin America Amateur champion Paul Chaplet of Costa Rica and Pebble Beach winner Vaughn Taylor of Augusta. That's it. Two guys.
For the first time in 2016 a PGA Tour winner grabbed an exemption to the Masters, and you only needed to drive a few miles from Augusta National to find him.
Vaughn Taylor, who grew up in Hephzibah, played golf at Augusta State and still lives in Evans, rallied from six shots behind Hall of
There's still no movement into the top 50 or newly qualified PGA Tour winners through the first five weeks of 2016.
Winners in the recent primary global events on the PGA and European Tours have all been qualified already for the Masters, including the likes of Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler,
Paul Chaplet, a 16-year-old rising high school senior from Costa Rica, will become the second youngest Masters Tournament participant after his one-shot victory in the second Latin America Amateur Championship at Casa De Campo's Teeth of the Dog in the Dominican Republic.
Chaplet shot a