From Tiger and Bryson to the impact of silence, we answer the biggest Masters questions

The wait ends. Nineteen months after the most recent Masters, the best in the world are ready to tee it up again at Augusta National — in the fall for the first time. The place looks different. It sounds quieter. But will it play different? If so, does it give anyone (looking at you, Bryson DeChambeau) an advantage? And what about the defending champion, some guy named Tiger Woods?

We go through all the big questions leading into a very different Masters:


Articles You May Like

Why the Solheim Cup might be the best golf event you can attend
Jim Gallagher Jr. reflects on his heroic Ryder Cup moment, and the apparel that came with it
Sir Michael Bonallack, former R&A secretary and World Golf Hall of Famer, dies at 88
Tiger Woods, Justin Timberlake partner on 22,000-square-foot NYC bar
From Ciganda’s heroics to Thompson’s comeback: Top moments of the 2023 Solheim Cup

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *