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:
Sunday was left to a sort of rivalry between youth and experience to make something memorable of the Masters. Notice we didn’t say wisdom, not the way Bubba Watson plays, though it earned him the championship.
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.
Why should folks from Australia or Northern Ireland feel a bit better about their chances this week? Our Jim McCabe explains . . .
Matthew Fitzpatrick had to change caddies this week due to some physical ailments for his normal looper, Loren Duncan. Enter Ricky Elliott, who has seen Augusta National plenty of times carrying Ben Curtis' sticks.
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.
With rain setting in at Augusta National and cutting short Masters practice, several players took to Twitter earlier than usual on Monday – not to mention having tweeted Sunday on all things golf as well. Here's a sampling of tweets from players.
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.
Hunter Pate, 14, is an outgoing yet humble star in the making; her considerable golf talent was on display for the world to see at Augusta National, becoming one of the first female champions on these hallowed grounds.
Ten storylines during the 78th Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, to be played April 10-13:
A look at 20 players expected to contend in the Masters on April 10-13 at Augusta National Golf Club, including Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy and defending champion Adam Scott.
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With Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson both struggling, the march toward the FedEx Cup has not gone according to popular plan thus far in the 2013-14 season. Our Alex Miceli dissects where the race is at the midway point.
Asia staged an improbable Ryder Cup-like comeback on the final day of the EurAsia Cup on Saturday, picking up seven of 10 points available in singles to level the score at 10-all and share the trophy with Europe.
Asia had two wins and two halves in the five foursomes matches at the EurAsia Cup on Friday, with Europe needing a late rally in the other match to hold a 7-3 lead after two days at Glenmarie Golf and Country Club.
Tom Watson and Nick Faldo have committed to playing in the upcoming RBC Heritage Classic (April 17-20), the week after the Masters.
Graeme McDowell says the EurAsia Cup needs to become part of Europe's preparation for the Ryder Cup, especially in finding pairings that work.
Adam Scott couldn't hold his lead in Sunday's final round of the PGA Tour's 2014 Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill -- as Matt Every emerged for his first PGA Tour victory. Recap the highlights here!
Saturday’s third round at Bay Hill started as the potential coronation of Australian Adam Scott, but ended with Keegan Bradley pulling to three shots back. Here are 5 Things to know from the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Our Jeff Rude kicks of 2014 with his first Hate To Be Rude of the season, sitting down with Graeme McDowell at the PGA Show.
Our David Dusek breaks down Graeme McDowell's winning bag at the RBC Heritage.
Graeme McDowell talks about how the stars aligned in order for him to even get into the U.S. Open in this edition of Hate to be Rude.
Graeme McDowell won the 110th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Alex Miceli and Dan Mirocha discuss his keys to victory.
David Feherty and Twitter are just some of the topics Jeff Rude and Graeme McDowell talk about while walking up the 18th at Hazeltine.