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Golf: US Masters

US Masters Golf 2017: How fiancee Angela Akins helped Sergio Garcia finally face down his major nightmares

Sergio Garcia once declared there were "outside agencies" at work in his long quest for a Masters title.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Garcia no favourite for US Open

garcia no favourite for us open
Sergio Garcia’s victory at the US Masters on Sunday was received with delight throughout the golf world, but it seems unlikely to lead to a subsequent flood of major titles for the Spaniard.
SuperSport

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News video: GW Slice: Masters week round-up

GW Slice: Masters week round-up 01:50

We bring you a round-up of reaction to Sergio Garcia's magical Masters triumph and some of the other weird and wonderful goings on last week at Augusta National Golf Club
Source: Golf (IMG) -

News video: Golfer Sergio Garcia poses in green jacket atop the Empire State Building

Golfer Sergio Garcia poses in green jacket atop the Empire State Building 00:53

Golf's new major champion, Sergio Garcia, poses in his Masters green jacket a day after he beat England's Justin Rose in a playoff to win the U.S. Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
Source: Sports Video Online -

News video: US Masters 2017: Sergio Garcia wins after playoff

US Masters 2017: Sergio Garcia wins after playoff 01:01

It took 74 attempts, but Spain's Sergio Garcia finally won the US Masters. Garcia won his first major title after beating England's Justin Rose in the playoffs. It was a dramatic ending, Both players..
Source: Wibbitz Studio -

News video: Bags 4 Birdies delivery from Louis Oosthuizen

Bags 4 Birdies delivery from Louis Oosthuizen 00:45

Former Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen sends a set of junior golf clubs to a young golfer benefiting from UPS' Bags 4 Birdies initiative
Source: Golf (IMG) -

News video: Snoop Dog Wants To Make Golf Cool

Snoop Dog Wants To Make Golf Cool 00:43

Snoop Dog wants to add "hip hop flavor" to golf. While the Super Bowl, World Series and NBA Finals draw throngs, the only stars at a gold tournament are on the greens. It may be a tall task. Snoop says..
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Golf - Masters phone ban has fans dialled into the action

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - If not for the modern clothing styles, photos of the lucky patrons attending the last round of the U.S. Masters on Sunday could be confused with ones from another era since..
SBS

Masters turns into Spring Break for CEOs

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - To wander the immaculately manicured grounds of Augusta National Golf Club during the U.S. Masters is to take a stroll back in time.
SBS

Experience produces Masters magic for Couples

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Playing in his 32nd U.S. Masters, evergreen Fred Couples knows all the tricks and spots where bits of golf magic can be conjured up at Augusta National and on Friday pulled..
SBS

US Masters Golf 2017: Gutsy Adam Scott now 'in position' to push for a second green jacket

With his putter playing up, Adam Scott says he will channel good vibes from his 2013 Masters victory to win the coveted green jacket for a second time.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

US Masters Golf 2017: Amateur Curtis Luck paired with Aussie heartbreaker Larry Mize

Amateur world No.1 Curtis Luck has been paired in the third round of the Masters with 1987 champion Larry Mize, who almost 30 years to the day broke Australian hearts.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

US Masters Golf 2017: Sergio Garcia soars up the leaderboard after second round 69

Sergio Garcia charged into a share of the clubhouse lead with overnight leader Charley Hoffman in the second round of the U.S. Masters on Friday to boost his hopes of a maiden major title.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The Masters Golf Tournament up close

AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Golfers from around the world teed up for the 81st U.S. Masters tournament this week, after six-time winner Jack Nicklaus took the opening ceremonial tee shot on Thursday.
SBS

US Masters Golf 2017: Rod Pampling set for early exit

At the age of 47, Rod Pampling knows the 2017 Masters could be his last but the veteran Australian golfer is happy to be back at Augusta National after a decade-long drought.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Golf - Snoop Dogg on a mission in Augusta to make golf cool

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Rapper Snoop Dogg this week said that while the U.S. Masters may be the most prestigious tournament in golf, it suffers from a coolness deficit, something he plans to..
SBS

Golf - McGirt making move at Augusta, top players eye leader Hoffman

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - William McGirt erased an early bogey with two birdies to get within three strokes of overnight leader Charley Hoffman while top players looked to make a move on a chilly..
SBS

Golf - Palmer tribute pins making quick buck for Masters patrons

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Commemorative pins honouring golfing great Arnold Palmer that were handed out to everyone attending the opening round of the U.S. Masters on Thursday were already appearing..
SBS

McIlroy grits it out to stay in grand slam hunt

mcilroy grits it out to stay in grand slam hunt
Rory McIlroy rode a late fightback to card an even-par 72 at the Augusta National on Thursday, keeping alive the world No 2's hopes of a maiden US Masters title to complete his collection of golf's..
SuperSport

Golf - Masters first round whips up something different

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Fred Couples is not surprised by much at the Augusta National after teeing it up at 32 U.S. Masters, but Thursday's opening round whipped up something that even he had..
SBS


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