So Much Love for The Masters

by Jeff Skinner

So many wonderful articles from so many great writers, it’s a smorgasbord of Masters Love.

Adam Schupak reports on the history of the most exclusive dinner at the most exclusive club in America: The Champions Dinner.

Rick Reilly tells us how Tiger’s half brother is dealing with multiple sclerosis and a rift between Tiger and his father’s family.

Geoff Shackelford highlights some of the more interesting Masters pairings.  The good news is we will get to see plenty of Miguel Angel Jimenez…he’s playing with Tiger.

Bill Fields gets the inside dope from Dr. Bob Rotella whose clients have won 74 major championships.  Dr. Bob says this is the toughest major both mentally and emotionally for these golfers.

Ewan Murray wonders if this could be golf’s “Golden Era.”

Cameron Morfit says that even with Tiger’s problems he is more compelling than ever.  Why we can’t stop watching Tiger Woods.

Jeff Rude thinks that with Tiger’s game and head in good places right now that all systems are go for the four time Masters Champion.

Oliver Brown has a piece on Rory McIlroy.  Rory looks back at last year’s Masters meltdown and laughs now.  This kid has grown up in a hurry.

No one playing golf today can handle the press room like Phil Mickelson.  He’s honest, insightful and downright funny.  Click here for his Masters interview.

Bob Harig asks if it is possible for the number one player in the world to fly under the radar.  We’ll see if Luke Donald is on the radar come Sunday evening.



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