Engineers will close the Interstate 20 eastbound on-ramp to Washington Road each morning, convert Berckmans Road to one-way traffic from 4 to 9 p.m. each day of Masters Week beginning April 6 and use Alexander Drive to pull drivers back to Washington Road from River Watch Parkway.
The Masters Tournament is approaching a milestone its stewards have tried to keep at bay for a half century. When the deadline for inviting top-50 players hits at the conclusion of this week's events, the tournament field will be on the brink of triple figures for the fourth time in its history.
New daughter. New caddie. New putter. Same old Adam Scott. After a plethora of changes since the conclusion of the Tour Championship, the 2013 Masters champion returned to PGA Tour work last month as though nothing was any different.
Bubba Watson enjoys playing a cat-and-mouse game with anyone who inquires about what he plans to serve his fellow champions at the annual Tuesday night dinner in the Augusta National clubhouse before the Masters.
It didn't take Dustin Johnson long to win on the PGA Tour after returning from what he calls a self-imposed break that lasted six months. He returned Feb. 5 at the Farmers Insurance Classic. Exactly a month later, he teed it up in the WGC-Cadillac Championship and went on to win.
There are two kings of the hill in American golf, and their names aren't Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. Bubba Watson and Dustin Johnson are head and shoulders the two best American golfers in the world.
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