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Jordan Spieth’s Huge Problem

In this digital age, we have new ways of measuring fame. Example: To Google Jordan Spieth, you need type in only a “J” and his name will pop up. That’s what happens when you win the Masters in runaway fashion, tying the record held by Tigers Woods. Now Spieth has a big problem. He must […]

What Made the Masters Great

Adam Scott, who had never captured even one major title, won the Masters twice on Sunday. First he made a clutch putt for an apparent victory on 18. Then, after Angel Cabrera answered with a nerves-of-steel birdie of his own, Scott went back out and rolled in his title-winning shot. That’s what made this Masters […]

Seeing Your Future

Bubba Watson won the Masters by hitting what looked to be an impossible shot. It’s a lesson for all of us when something seems impossible. “I got in these trees and hit a crazy shot that I saw in my head,” Watson said Sunday after his miraculous shot from the woods put him into golfing […]

Ritual or Superstition?

“Golf is a game that is played on a five-inch course — the distance between your ears.”  ~ Bobby Jones Today marks the eve of the Masters golf tournament, the day when the players go through the ritual of the par-3 competition. And here’s where you’re likely to see lots of superstition: Since no one […]