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Watch: Conners aces 180-yard, par-3 sixth

Corey Conners made the sixth hole-in-one in Masters history on the the par-3 sixth, playing at 180 yards on Saturday.

After damaging putter, Kim now has options

After damaging his putter in the second round, Si Woo Kim had a couple of options for Saturday at Augusta.

ICYMI: Emotional Olazabal playing Masters weekend

Jose Maria Olazabal made his first Masters cut since 2014 and his first cut anywhere since 2015 on Friday at Augusta National.

Michael Thompson

Winds picking up at Masters; will rain hold off?

The wind is about to pick up at Augusta National, as sustained winds of 12-18 mph and gusts of 25 mph are expected at 3 p.m. Saturday.

How Rose righted the ship on the back nine

How Rose righted the ship on the back nine

After a rocky start, Justin Rose settled in and went 3-under on the back nine to take a one-shot lead into moving day at Augusta.

Xander Schauffele happy with iron progression at The Masters

Schauffele happy with iron progression at The Masters

In today's edition of Playing Through Change presented by Workday, Xander Schauffele (69) reflects on his performance during the 2nd round of the 85th Masters Tournament. 

Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka miss cut at The Masters

DJ, Koepka miss cut at 85th Masters Tournament

Defending champion Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka express their disappointment after missing the cut at the 85th Masters Tournament.

JT still feels like he left shots on the course

JT still feels like he left shots on the course

After a second-round 67 at The Masters, Justin Thomas still believes he could've had a couple more birdies on his card and he looks to correct his iron play over the weekend.

Tony Finau plays relaxed during second round at The Masters

Finau plays relaxed during second round at The Masters

Tony Finau (66) reflects on his 2nd round performance at the 85th Masters Tournament and describes his strategy going into the weekend.

Will Zalatoris turning heads after Masters second round

Zalatoris turning heads after Masters second round

With special PGA Tour status, Will Zalatoris is getting noticed after a 2nd-round 68 at the 85th Masters Tournament.

Jordan Spieth just trying to build off 'steady progress'

Spieth just trying to build off 'steady progress'

After the 2nd round of the 85th Masters Tournament, Jordan Spieth (68) reflects on the current state of his game and his ability to trust his shots off the tee

Wolff DQ'd instead of missing Masters cut

Matthew Wolff was disqualified from the Masters following the second round after signing for an incorrect score.

Justin Rose's mid-round pep talk improved mindset

Rose's mid-round pep talk improved mindset

Justin Rose (72) describes the moment when he improved his approach during the 2nd round of the Masters and how he has benefitted from taking the last few weeks to prepare for Augusta.

Grand Slam wait continues as Rory misses cut

For just the second time in his Master career, Rory McIlroy has missed the cut at the year’s first major.

Koepka misses Masters cut; won't miss PGA

Brooks Koepka was not happy to miss the cut at the Masters, but said his ailing knee won't keep him out of the next major.

Third-round tee times for the 85th Masters

Here's a look at third-round tee times for the 85th Masters Tournament at Augusta National.

Six three-putts end DJ's Masters defense early

For the third time in the last five years, the defending champion is exiting the Masters Tournament early as Dustin Johnson missed the cut.

Angry Kim bends putter, uses 3-wood instead

Just three shots off the Masters lead on Friday, Si Woo Kim broke his putter in frustration and putted with 3-wood for the final three holes.

Zalatoris' memorable Masters debut gets better

Will Zalatoris remembers watching Tiger Woods win the 2005 Masters. Now, 16 years later, he is in Saturday's final pairing.

Tiger Woods' 2021 crash site

Tiger thought he was in Florida after L.A. crash

Tiger Woods believed he was in Florida and had no memory of the events leading up to the single-vehicle accident on Feb. 23 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.

Bryson (67) rallies without trusty greens book

Bryson DeChambeau made some much-needed progress at Augusta National Friday with a 67 that moved him into contention.

Spieth (T-4) hoping for a little weekend chaos

Jordan Spieth had, by his standards, a mundane 68 in Round 2 of the Masters. He's hoping things are more exciting over the weekend.

Despite bitter finish, Thomas only three back

Justin Thomas was not pleased with his finish on Friday, but he's still got a great shot at his first green jacket.

How Rose didn't panic, kept his Masters lead

Justin Rose rallied from a rough start Friday to maintain his lead Friday at the Masters Tournament.

Has Leishman learned from Masters misses?

Marc Leishman is back in contention at the Masters Tournament. Can he apply the lessons learned from near-misses?

Augusta National

Masters: Friday's weather forecast at Augusta

For at least one more day, it appears likely that rain will stay away from the Masters Tournament.

Zalatoris talented – and stupid? – enough to win Masters debut

Rising star Will Zalatoris is certainly talented enough to win in his Masters debut, but according to him, he's also "stupid enough."

How Justin Rose hit 'reset' to take lead at 2021 Masters

How Rose hit 'reset' to take lead after first round of Masters

Justin Rose shares his strategy for the first round of The Masters and how he was able to trend in the right direction to finish with a 65, his lowest score ever at Augusta National, for a four-shot lead.

Patrick Reed capitalizing on creativity at the Masters

Reed capitalizing on creativity at the Masters

Patrick Reed (70) reflects on his opening round at the Masters and why he enjoys playing at Augusta National, as well as how the course allows him to continue to innovate his game.

Ancer gets penalty after Masters video review

Video evidence showed Abraham Ancer touched the sand before hitting a bunker shot Thursday at the Masters.

Augusta National continues to provide challenge at Masters

Augusta National continues to provide challenge at 2021 Masters

Webb Simpson, Jon Rahm, Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner reflect on the greens and how the layout of the course and playing conditions impact play and strategy at The Masters.

Johnson, Rahm can make statement with GIR at Masters

Thomas, DJ can make statement with GIR at Masters

Tripp Isenhour takes a look at greens in regulations and how strong iron players like Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm have great chances to capture the green jacket at Augusta National.

DeChambeau says wind making Masters 'tricky'

DeChambeau says wind making Masters 'tricky'

Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau and Rory McIlroy reflect on the playing conditions at Augusta National and how wind and greens factored into their opening-round performances.

Jordan Spieth ready to respond after 'typical' Round 1

Spieth ready to respond after 'typical' first round at Masters

Jordan Spieth (71) reflects on his opening round at the Masters, what happened on his triple bogey and how a "short memory" and a better approach to Augusta National can help him rebound on Day 2.

Ryan Palmer

Who's soft now? Augusta firms up and brings the fire

Aside from leader Justin Rose and a few others, firm and fast Augusta National played fiery and mercilessly on Thursday at Augusta National. And boy, was it fun to watch.

Rose relies on 'hot putter' for lead at Masters

Rose relies on 'hot putter' for lead at Masters

Justin Rose (65) reflects on his first-round performance at The Masters and how hitting the right shots at the right time helped him take a comfortable four-shot lead at Augusta National.

Triple, 'lucky' eagle part of Spieth's opening 71

A triple bogey from the trees, a fortunate chip-in for eagle and plenty of well-struck shots added up to a 71 for Jordan Spieth

Bryson (76) can't get calculations right at ANGC

Augusta National continues to be a mystery for Bryson DeChambeau, who struggled to a 4-over 76.

Rose plays final 11 holes in 9 under for 65

Justin Rose was 2 over par through seven holes on Thursday and then managed to shoot 65 in Rd. 1 of the Masters.

Despite uneven schedule, Rahm shoots even par

Jon Rahm only got one practice round at Augusta National but he managed his way around the course just fine on Day 1.

Koepka's (74) played through pain since he was 6

Brooks Koepka shot 74, playing through pain from recent knee surgery. That's nothing new for the resilient Koepka.

McIlroy shoots worst opening round at Masters

Rory McIlroy shot 76 to begin again his quest for the career Grand Slam. But McIlroy was still able to find some positives.

Rose fires improbable 65 to lead Masters by 4

While many struggled on a testy Augusta National, Justin Rose shot 65 to take a four-stroke lead after Day 1 of the Masters.

Wiesberger has eagle putt at 15, putts into water

Bernd Wiesberger had an eagle putt at the par-5 15th Thursday at the Masters and putted his ball into the water.

Woosie hopes groin doesn't end Masters early

Ian Woosnam fought through a groin injury to shoot 76, though he was unsure whether he'd be able to tough it out another day.

Watch: Rory hits dad with errant approach shot

Rory McIlroy's errant approach shot on the seventh hole struck a familiar person among his gallery at the Masters.

Elder hopes to make a difference with legacy

Elder hopes to make a difference with legacy

Lee Elder, the first Black man to play in the Masters, discusses his legacy in golf and joining Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player as honorary starters to open play at Augusta National on Thursday.  

Cam Champ

'Huge step': Champ amazed by Elder moment

Cameron Champ called Lee Elder's honorary starter honor at the Masters a 'huge step in the right direction.'

Lee Elder

Emotional Elder joins Player, Nicklaus on first tee

Lee Elder joined Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player just after dawn Thursday at Augusta National to begin the 85th Masters with a historic ceremony.

Masters: First-round weather forecast at ANGC

The 85th Masters Tournament is underway. So, here's what the weather look like Thursday at Augusta National.

Notes: Pak makes history; Cowboys win without star

In this week's college notebook, we look at Florida State's John Pak winning a school record-tying eighth tournament and Oklahoma State's victory without Austin Eckroat.

Can Dustin Johnson go back-to-back at 2021 Masters?

Can DJ go back-to-back at 2021 Masters?

Justin Leonard and Brandel Chamblee make their picks for who will win the 2021 Masters Tournament, including Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas and potentially Brooks Koepka.

Why the 2021 Masters will be 'nothing like' 2020

Why the 2021 Masters will be 'nothing like' 2020

Francisco Mollinari, Webb Simpson and Jason Day reflect on the 2020 Masters in November and how the playing conditions differ for the April Masters following the fastest turnaround in tournament history.

Masters chairman Fred Ridley comments on Georgia voting law

Masters chairman Ridley says proclamation on Georgia law 'would not be helpful'

Masters chairman Fred Ridley addresses the media in regards to the Georgia voting law and says everyone should have the right to vote but is against a boycott, which would "burden" the workers at Augusta National.

As a spring Masters returns, Tiger's absence felt

The hole left by Tiger Woods’ absence this week is being felt by everyone, especially those at Tuesday night's Champions Dinner.

21 Things you need to know on eve of 2021 Masters

From Spieth's resurgence to Bryson's power to Brooks' knee, here are 21 Things of note entering this week's major at Augusta National.

Sheriff: Speed was primary factor in Tiger's crash

Sheriff: Speed was primary factor in Tiger's crash

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva reports that Tiger Woods was driving around 84 to 87 MPH in a 45-MPH zone during the February car crash that hospitalized him with severe right leg injuries.

How firm is Augusta? 71 will be 'heck of a score'

Augusta National is firm and fast, so much so that it's been about eight years since Fred Ridley has seen these conditions.

Couples gives winning driver to Augusta National

Couples gives winning driver to Augusta National

Fred Couples says he regrets not attending the final Champions Dinner with Arnold Palmer, and that he donated a driver from his winning golf bag to the Augusta National Golf Club from the 1992 Masters.

Ridley calls Masters ball 'last resort'

Masters Chairman Fred Ridley applauded the governing bodies' stance on distance, and said he views local rules, such as a special ball, as a last resort.

Ridley sheds light on Augusta National conditions

Ridley sheds light on Augusta National conditions

Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club Fred Ridley explains how the course conditions at Augusta National compare to last fall and why the greens will be "firm and fast" this week.

Ridley, Masters players address GA voting bill

The pre-tournament talk at Augusta National this week hasn’t been all golf with Chairman Fred Ridley and a few competitors addressing the new Georgia voting bill.

'Happier' Rahm finally arrives Wed. at Augusta

A few days after becoming a father for the first time, Jon Rahm finally arrived at Augusta National on Wednesday.

Scheffler still learning plenty about Augusta

Scheffler still learning plenty about Augusta

Scottie Scheffler says he will get a lot of experience playing with Phil Mickelson at the 2021 Masters.

How fatherhood has changed Rahm before Masters

How fatherhood has changed Rahm before Masters

Jon Rahn talks about his experience of becoming a father and says he is not concerned about taking some time away from the course before the 2021 Masters.