Monday's musings from the world of golf focused largely on Bubba Watson's Masters win. Here are a few highlights from the Twitter feeds of top pros and figures of the game:
Despite talk that he could lose his No. 1 ranking following the Masters, Tiger Woods remained in the top spot of the Official World Golf Ranking Sunday.
Taking the lead at the turn, then full control in Amen Corner, Watson – who had led by three after Friday's second round – earned his second Masters victory in three years. Recap the highlights here!
"It's not science here. It's try to hit the greens," Bubba Watson said Friday after taking the second-round Masters lead with a 68 to get three shots clear of John Senden.
Matt Fitzpatrick missed the cut by one after a 10-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole at Augusta National slid past the cup.
Three-time champ Phil Mickelson can blame three blow-up holes for his absence this weekend at Augusta National, while the likes of Keegan Bradley, Sergio Garcia and Dustin Johnson are shockingly heading home as well.
Behind a second consecutive 71, Fred Couples continues to defy the odds and is once again inside the top 10 heading into Masters weekend.
As Bill Haas found the top of the Masters leaderboard, he had a new source of help. He also avoided the trouble that struck several notables Thursday at Augusta National. Here are 5 Things to know from the first round of the Masters.
Defending champion Adam Scott and 2012 winner Bubba Watson looked good with 3-under 69s at Augusta National, but they trail Bill Haas by a shot after the opening round of the Masters. Recap the highlights here.
For once, "nobody wants to win this thing" might carry some truth -- no Par-3 Contest winner at Augusta National has gone on to win the Masters that year. But it's the warm-up tourney everyone loves. Follow the highlights here!
Among the favorites, Rory McIlroy will play in the same group as Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth as Phil Mickelson shares an Augusta National tee time with Ernie Els and Justin Rose during the opening two rounds of the Masters.
Today's Masters Roundtable offer up our staff's picks to win and contend from three groups of players taking aim at Augusta National in 2014.
With Tiger Woods on the bench for the first major of the year, Las Vegas has instilled defending champion Adam Scott and Rory McIlroy as co-favorites to win the 2014 Masters.
Australian Matt Jones fired a 66 keyed by six birdies in nine holes midway through his Sunday round at the Shell Houston Open, then defeated Matt Kuchar in a playoff to earn an invitation to the Masters. Here are 5 Things to know.
Leader Matt Kuchar will bring up the rear among the tee times and groupings for Sunday's final round of the PGA Tour's Shell Houston Open at the Golf Club of Houston in Humble, Texas.
Here are the tee times and groupings for the third round of the PGA Tour's Shell Houston Open at the Golf Club of Houston in Humble, Texas.
Odds to win the 2014 Masters at Augusta National
Bill Haas and Charley Hoffman each shot 7-under 65 to grab a share of the first-round lead Thursday at the Shell Houston Open while Phil Mickelson went bogey-free en route to a 68.
Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy and a strong field will take aim at winning the PGA Tour's Shell Houston Open to build momentum going into next week's Masters -- follow the highlights right here!
It’s an All-American look for Webb Simpson at the Masters, April 10-13. At Augusta, he’ll wear different reds, white and blues from Izod for the first major of the year.
Our David Dusek talks to Titleist's Chris Tuten about the golf equipment Webb Simpson used in Las Vegas to win the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Former Wake Forest all-american Webb Simpson talks to Asher Wildman about his college experiences and life as a professional golfer.