From Clara to Magnolia Lane: 'There was a bit of a lump in my throat coming up the drive"
Shane Lowry admits that he had a lump in his throat, so emotional was his first trip up Magnolia Lane on Sunday afternoon. By the time he'd suffered a little on Augusta's exacting front nine, it looked like the course had two hands around his neck at times, but you also sense he would't have it any other way.
Form players a Masters threat to McIlroy says McGinley; left-handers also dangerous
Paul McGinley admitted that Rory McIlroy's indifferent Masters record, the form of a string of top players and the recent dominance of the left-handers will make it tough for him to win his third straight major and his first green jacket at Augusta National.
Undone at Augusta
It’s on every golfer’s Bucket List.
For most of us, playing the course that hosts the Masters every year is about as realistic an ambition as climbing Mount Everest. Or winning a green jacket. But for members of the press lucky enough to cover the Masters every year, there’s a faint glimmer of hope in the shape of the press ballot.
This year would be my year.