If there were any doubts about Scottie Scheffler being the No. 1 golfer in the world, he put a resounding end to that nonsense talk with his fourth victory in his last six starts. Scheffler is now a Masters Champion and many predict it’s just the start of a Majors run.
Amazing Tiger Crowds on Monday
Tiger Woods doesn’t just move the needle, he is the needle. Massive crowds followed his Monday practice round with Fred Couples and Justin Thomas.
Ceremonial First Tee Shot
Jack, Gary and Tom provide one of Masters Week’s best moments.
Phenomenal Masters Augusta National Drone Video
Fantastic Hideki Matsuyama Menu
Called by many – including Jack Nicklaus and Jordan Spieth – as the best menu in the history of the Champions Dinner.
Stewart Cink Hole-in-One
Stewie gets an Ace.
Matthew Wolff Snaps His Club in Half
McIlroy and Morikawa Sand Saves
Rory and Collin go back to back.
Tony Finau’s Wild Fashion Statement
On Saturday, it appeared Nike pulled something off the clearance rack for Tony to wear.
Big Names Missed the Cut
In addition to Brooksie, others who missed the cut, included:
Xander Schauffle 75-77
Jordan Spieth 74-76
Bryson DeChambeau 76-80
Justin Rose 76-76
Abraham Ancer 72-79
Sam Burns 75-74
The most impressive part of Tiger’s week has been how, despite immense pain and much opportunity, he’s refused to pull the rip cord. In the Trackman era where everybody can hit it, his desire to compete, out of pride for himself and the game, stands out above all his gifts. — @KylePorterCBS
Bryson DeChambeau career score to par at Masters — Actual: +19 — By his “it’s a par 67” assessment: +129 — @JustinRayGolf
The powers-that-be at Augusta limiting live coverage of The Masters on the weekend to 5 hours is a load of donkey droppings. —@TonyJohnstone56
Tiger has beaten 80% of the Masters field after not having played a competitive round in 17 months. Truly remarkable —@darrenrovell on Friday after the cut.
I almost tweeted Thursday morning that the safest bet in sports was Tiger missing the cut. This is just a blessing and a gift. I’m stunned and thrilled. We got Tiger for the weekend at the Masters. Incredible. — @WhitlockJason
Seems weird that not one word has been said about Mickelson this week, almost like he never existed. — @letitflye
63 year old Larry Mize averaged 232.5 off the tee for 36 holes and beat Bryson by 1. Golf is the best. (BTW DeChambeau averaged 308 yards off the tee at 2022 Masters) — @TwoInchesShort
Ahh, Saturday at the Masters. Of all the days, this one is my favorite; the tournament has started to shake out but plenty can change over the next 10 hours. Its cool, it’s windy, it’ll be a fantastic afternoon. —@shanebacon
The Masters app is a triumph of technology. Every league and franchise should take copious notes. — @drewholcombgolf
364 yards and this man has a fuzed back and screws in his leg. (Commenting on Tiger Woods’ drive on No. 2 on Saturday) — @ForePlayPod
Happy “what if Rory goes out in 31?! day! — Sunday morning tweet by @shanebacon
Scottie Scheffler is 25, in the prime of the social media age, and he’s content without a Twitter account. He must be saving a lot of time.–@JohnstonGarrett
Classic 4 putt to win the Masters — @PaigeSpiranac
NOTABLE MASTERS WEEK QUOTES
“Cried like a baby this morning. I was so stressed out. I didn’t know what to do. I was sitting there telling Meredith, I don’t think I’m ready for this…I just felt overwhelmed.” — SCOTTIE SCHEFFLER
“If he never had lessons, he would have won 20 Majors minimum.” — GARY PLAYER talking about Tiger Woods
“There’s a reason I come out to this hole every year.” — VERNE LUNDQUIST after Stewart Cink’s hole-in-one on No. 16
“It’s time to embrace the champion.” –JIM NANTZ as Scottie Scheffler approached the 18th green on Sunday.
“I felt good about how I fought back today. I could have easily kicked myself out of the tournament today but I kept myself in it.” –TIGER WOODS on fighting back from a poor start on Friday to make the Masters cut.
“Perfect. That’s how Augusta National greeted the world on Friday morning. The crisp, gentle postcard we imagined.” –Golf essayist JIMMY ROBERTS
“I don’t know of another player that I’ve ever seen that seems as impervious to pressure as Cameron Smith.” –BRANDEL CHAMBLEE
“Never give up…I fight each and every day. Each and every day presents its own different challenges for all of us. I wake up and start the fight all over again.” TIGER WOODS following Saturday’s round.
“I’d be a little bit worried now. He’s out there, it’s almost pitch dark here. He’s right behind us here, he’s hitting balls. There’s only so much you’re going to earn. His golf has been nearly faultless for the first three days. Let’s not look for a problem that’s not there. I’d be inclined to wash this away.” –Golf Channel analyst PAUL MCGINLEY commenting on Scottie Scheffler hitting balls on the range after Saturday’s round.
“I once asked Masters champion Trevor Immelman what was the key to fairway bunker shots at Augusta National and he said to keep your chin still. I asked him, what if I have two?.” — Featured Group Analyst COLT KNOST
“From the hospital bed to 72 holes at Augusta National.” — JIM NANTZ talking about Tiger Woods at the 18th green on Sunday.
“Brilliance in those mitts,” –SHANE BACON describing Tiger Woods hands after great chip shot on No. 4 on Saturday.
“Scottie Scheffler won 90 of 136 events in his junior golf career. Wow!”– JIM NANTZ
“It was like putting practice. I hit like 1,000 putts out there,” — TIGER WOODS after he struggled on the greens on Saturday.
“You can’t make it up, a dream sequence at the 18th” — JIM NANTZ after Rory and Morikawa both made miraculous sand saves on the final hole on Sunday