Rory McIlroy debunks LIV Golf rumors. Greg Norman claims unanimous support during Masters trip

[ad_1] AUGUSTA, Ga. — This wasn’t the kind of attention Rory McIlroy was hoping for on the day after the Masters. A London financial paper, City A.M., cited anonymous sources as saying McIlroy was believed to be close to an $850 million deal to join LIV Golf. The publication did not say how the sources … Read more

In Verne Lundquist’s final Masters moment, the hour belonged to him

[ad_1] Of course, you know the calls. Verne Lundquist provided the soundtrack for so many iconic sports moments, from Jack Nicklaus’ 17th-hole birdie putt at the 1986 Masters (“Yes, sir!”) to Christian Laettner’s jumper at the buzzer in the 1992 NCAA Tournament (“Yes!”) to Tiger Woods’ famed chip at No. 16 at the 2005 Masters … Read more

Scottie Scheffler’s second Masters win is what greatness looks like

[ad_1] AUGUSTA, Ga. — The statistical models had it all mapped out. The narrative told in his recent form was the world’s most obvious foreshadowing. His pre-tournament news conference — in which he once again spoke of golf as something that he “does” and not as something that defines his life — practically solidified it. … Read more

Wild prints, trendy wear are making the Masters the center of the golf fashion universe

[ad_1] AUGUSTA, Ga. — At a place where green jackets never go out of style, the sometimes-wild, often-trendy and always-interesting fashion sense of those playing Augusta National has become a viral subplot to the competition at the Masters this week. At the forefront may have been Jason Day, playing alongside Tiger Woods, who wore some … Read more

Juice now worth the squeeze: How Cabot Citrus Farms made something new out of something old

[ad_1] BROOKSVILLE, Fla. — Not every great golf course lives forever. Even fewer of the very good ones do. World Woods was a good bet to thrive when it opened in 1993, in the thick of one of the great golf booms in America, when the confluence of real estate development and suburban flight created … Read more

Scottie Scheffler misses tap-in to end streak of rounds under par

[ad_1] HOUSTON — Scottie Scheffler’s streak of rounds under par came to a stunning end Friday when he missed a 22-inch bogey putt on the final hole of the Houston Open for an even-par 70. Scheffler, coming off consecutive victories in the Arnold Palmer Invitational and The Players Championship, faced the tough afternoon wind at … Read more