Hideki Matsuyama Makes History As First Japanese Man To Win Golf MajorHideki Matsuyama pulled off a victory at the Masters on Sunday by one stroke after bouncing back from trouble on the 15th hole and a first hole bogey. He is the first male Japanese player to win a major tournament.
Will Augusta Weather Soften A Firm Masters Course?Firm and fast conditions at the outset of the Masters suggest Augusta National won't be yielding low scores, but a little rain could change everything.
The Masters: Augusta National Is A Private Course With A Public PersonaAugusta National, long-time Masters home, is one of the most recognizable golf courses, though few beyond pros and club members play it.
Masters Preview: 'Things Are Just More Difficult For Tiger,' Says Nick FaldoTiger Woods is unlikely to repeat at the Masters, but Bryson DeChambeau has strong shot at his second consecutive major.
The Masters Postpones 2020 Tournament Due To CoronavirusAugusta National Golf Club chairman Fred Ridley announced Friday that the 2020 Masters Tournament will be postponed.
The Masters: Will Rory McIlroy Complete Career Grand Slam?Masters favorite Rory McIlroy takes another shot at a career grand slam, with Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods and others all set for Augusta.
The Masters: Jim Nantz's Memories Of The 12th Hole At AugustaAugusta's 12th hole is its shortest par-3, but the Golden Bell stands out to Jim Nantz for the Masters history and potential for drama.
Augusta National Golf Club Chairman Announces Creation Of Amateur Women's ChampionshipBeginning in April 2019, the Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship will play its final round at the famed Augusta National Golf Club.
Nick Faldo On Masters: 'Looking Forward To Another Amazing Weekend'Nick Faldo, CBS Sports lead golf analyst and 3-time Masters champion, analyzes what promises to be a memorable weekend at Augusta.
This Week In Golf: Spieth Dominates At Masters; RBC Heritage NextJordan Spieth's record-breaking weekend at The Masters alters the iconic tournament's record book, perhaps for years to come.