The Masters

Hours after President Donald Trump awarded Tiger Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Jimmy Kimmel took to his show to joke about the ceremony.
After winning his 15th major championship, the legendary golfer got a chance to laugh at all who doubted him.
Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and many celebrities congratulated the golf great on his comeback.
Woods won his 15th major title on Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.
It was a moment he's sure to never forget.
The Canadian won a six-man playoff just to qualify for the Valero Texas Open. Then he secured the victory for a huge payday and an entry into the Masters.
Man Kaur, a Sikh centenarian, just won (another) track and field competition.
Officials won't dilly-dally enforcing a ban on yelling the Bud Light catch-phrase.
Arnold Palmer was a true original and he lived life authentically. People who knew him best said his public persona was the
"As educators, rather than raising your voices over the rustling of our chains, take them off."
While many Chinese simply cannot afford to play golf due to heavy financial cost or other reasons, it has not stopped Professional
Only by visiting the hallowed Augusta National course in person can one witness the Masters' attention to even the most minute detail and its determination to let every patron experience, to quote the soon-to-be-trademarked Jim Nantz catchphrase, "a tradition unlike any other."
When we look closer into other's experiences and encourage them, it will move us forward emotionally. In this way, we all become masters like Da Vinci. By imitating his obsessive study of details, we too can create the most beautiful canvas possible in our own lives.
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I was pulling for Spieth. I wanted to see him win back-to-back green jackets. I feel bad for him. But, at the same time, what happened to Spieth on Sunday can actually play to his favor and make him an even more dominant force on the PGA Tour.
Willett is only the second Englishman to win the coveted Green Jacket.