Masters 2015

Masters 2015 has been talked about a lot lately. Here the latest info.

Masters 2015: Best of Par 3 Contest

8 April 2015 | 10:20 pm One Direction's Niall Horan caddied for Rory McIlroy and 18-times major winner Jack Nicklaus hit a hole-in-one at the age of 75 – while Tiger Woods was disqualified after his daughter tapped in a putt on the famous Augusta course.

Sobel: Ranking the 2015 Masters via Twitter

8 April 2015 | 7:39 pm Sobel: Ranking the 2015 Masters via Twitter

Masters Schedule 2015: TV Coverage, Live Stream and Tee Times for Opening Rounds

8 April 2015 | 3:16 pm The 2015 Masters is finally here, and the year's first major brings the golden opportunity for the world's best golfers to start off on the right foot. The iconic golf course at Augusta National has a way of creating legends over the years, with many of the established active greats owning a couple of green jackets. There's always the chance that a new legend will be made this year, with young …

Jack Nicklaus steals show with hole-in-one at Masters Par-3 Contest …

8 April 2015 | 7:42 pm Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 8, 2015. Jack Nicklaus has had plenty of memorable moments at Augusta National, and the 75-year-old legend added one more to the history books on Wednesday when he made a …

2015 Masters Par 3 Contest: Complete coverage from Wednesday …

8 April 2015 | 6:17 pm The par-3 contest is one of the highlights of Masters week, and a certain four-time winner playing the event for the first time in 11 years should only add to the circus on Wednesday afternoon.

The numbers behind who will succeed at the 2015 Masters …

8 April 2015 | 4:41 pm There's no shortage of pieces attempting to predict the Masters winner. It's pretty well-known now that long hitters are advantaged at Augusta National, but what else do the stats say about who could win the green jacket?

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