I don’t just like golf. I love golf. And as soon as the calendar rolled over to April, I began to get geared up for the majors. Even though there are four of them every year, the Masters is first. And it’s special.
I could tell you about Tiger Woods being absent from the field for the first time since 1994, but that doesn’t matter. I could say that Adam Scott looks to become the fourth repeat winner in the 78 years of the event. I could rattle off a list of guys that have a legit chance to win. But the Masters isn’t about those things. It’s about all the little things that make this golf’s best tournament …READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming Soon?
The azaleas. The Green Jacket. Norman’s collapse. Butler Cabin. Pimento Cheese sandwiches.
As the only major played at the same venue every year, Augusta National Golf Club, we know the holes by heart. We know when and where this event can be won and lost. We know that the greens are fast and unforgiving. And we know the difference between a birdie-roar and an eagle-roar as they echo through the pines.
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