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This Dawg Can Hunt

Rescuing a sudden-death par from deep in the Georgia woods, Bubba Watson wins the 76th Masters over Louis Oosthuizen.

Rank And File

Scores and stats from an exciting Masters.

Thrills & Spills

Boosted by a back-nine 30 Saturday, Phil Mickelson seemed perfectly positioned for a fourth Masters title--but another triple trips his chances.

Louie's Near Miss

Thrust into the lead with a historic double eagle Sunday, Louis Oosthuizen ultimately didn't win a second major, but, importantly, he may have shed the tag of 'one-hit wonder'.

Cutting To The Chase

As Masters competitors complained about mud balls, Augusta National's mowing patterns and today's technologically advanced golf balls come under scrutiny--again.


Masters rookie Keegan Bradley arrived expecting to contend.


Woods' Day Two produces demons, bad behavior and a T-40.


Rory McIlroy shoots a third-round 77 and ends the guessing early.


Lee Westwood comes close but remains a 'major' bridesmaid.

Report Card

How the top 10 on the World Ranking fared at the Masters.


The Lead

There are two sides to every story--even at Augusta National.


Merion GC, site of the 2013 U.S. Open, is getting an intimidating makeover.


Equipment evolves but the golf ball debate continues.


Arthur Blank's Atlanta is the spot for any sport enthusiast.


• Billy Payne/Augusta National need to stop 'skirting' the women members issue -- John Feinstein
• Augusta National GC's setup favors a left-hander's fade -- Jaime Diaz
This year's Masters proves there will always be someone to step into Woods' shoes -- Ron Sirak
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