There’s nothing better than some smothered, covered, chunked, topped, diced, peppered, capped hashbrowns after winning the Green Jacket.
He could predict the future in high school, but his signature good looks had not yet taken hold.
It costs $53 to get one of everything, but you can’t put a price on your dignity.
As far as Augusta is concerned, every fan at home is a rules official.
Everyone’s favorite bespectacled, stripe-loving traveler heads to Augusta for golf’s biggest event.
Everybody can stop looking now. We did it.
Guan Tianlang is about to make you feel like you’ve accomplished very little with your life.
The prestigious club broke its 80-year men-only policy for former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and financier Darla Moore.
Oh, just giving a public performance of @JoseCanseco in Madison Square Park. What are you up to?
Proof that some players do care about Augusta’s sexist policies.
Virginia Rometty wore a pink blazer to the Masters golf tournament yesterday — suggesting that she wasn’t offered a membership at Augusta’s men’s golf club and the green jacket that comes with it. But maybe the pink jacket had nothing to do with the club’s sexist policies.
It’s always a shame to see someone left hanging.
Winning a major championship can be a thrilling, albeit stressful affair. That’s why newly crowned Masters champion Bubba Watson likes to let off some steam with his boy band, Golf Boys.
He lost his cool for a second, but I don’t know if it’s fair to say he “lost his game and his mind.” Holy hyperbole, Batman!
The 2012 Masters Tournament starts today at one of golf’s most storied courses, Augusta National. Take a leisurely stroll down the picturesque fairways while staying a safe distance away from the misogyny.
Hurry, before some crazy person bids even more.