April 6-122015
2015 coverage by The Augusta Chronicle
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Palmer won't play in Par-3 Contest

Arnold Palmer will not play in the Par-3 Contest at next week’s Masters Tournament.

Garcia enters 17th Masters

Sergio Garcia's nice run in the Masters Tournament came to a halt last year. The Spaniard missed the cut, ending a five-year streak of playing the weekend.

Tiger Woods' plane in Augusta

Buzz has been swirling that Tiger Woods would be practicing at Augusta National Golf Club this week, and the four-time Masters Tournament champion apparently worked on his game during a trip to Augusta on Tuesday.

Stricker returns to Masters

Stricker recently returned from Naples, Fla., where he tested his swing and his strength.

Stenson continues streak

Henrik Stenson wants to make it clear how impressive his streak of Masters Tour­nament starts has been.

Walker wins; four more qualify for Masters

SAN ANTONIO - Jimmy Walker won his hometown Texas Open on Sunday to become the first two-time winner this season on the PGA Tour, beating fellow Texan Jordan Spieth by four strokes.

Watson's family grows with wins

At the rate they're synchronizing years with major victories and adoptions, the Watsons might need to get a bigger house.

Ice storm might have helped

Bubba Watson doesn't do things small. Every time he drapes a green jacket on his shoulders, some kind of jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring, tree-defying SMH shot put him there.

Michaux: Woods Watch on again

Tiger Watch has become another Masters Tournament tradition unlike any other.

Ike remembered today at Augusta

President Dwight D. Eisenhower died on this date in 1969. He was 78.

Masters dos and don'ts



The 16th hole

Robert Harn, of Augusta, tells how the 16th hole at Augusta National during the Masters was the social gathering place for locals during the 1970s and 1980s.

Natural beauty of Augusta National

Azaleas at Augusta National
The Eisenhower Tree is gone, but the variety of flora at Augusta National Golf Club is quite impressive, and stunningly beautiful.


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