Throwback Thursday: Palmer's wins

The 2017 Masters will be the first without Arnold Palmer in decades, but as Jack Nicklaus said last year, Palmer will always play a big role. "Whether he is swinging a club or not makes no difference, because no Masters Tournament will ever start without fond memories of the impact Arnold has made there," Nicklaus said. Palmer quit playing in 2004 after 50 consecutive starts, and he ended his participation in the Par-3 Contest two years ago. But Palmer's four victories at Augusta National Go

Kisner expects to be more settled for second Masters

Kevin Kisner knows he'll be more settled for his second Masters Tournament appearance. He hopes the wind will follow suit.

Leishman earns Masters berth with win in Palmer's tournament

Marc Leishman kept shifting his eyes toward the glare coming from the silver Arnold Palmer Invitational trophy at his side. Beyond the shiny prize, between two images of Palmer, was a black banner with six words that defined how Palmer approached the game.

Westwood makes the best of barely qualifying for 2016 Masters with runner-up finish

Lee Westwood barely qualified for the 2016 Masters, so barely missing another opportunity to win a major was more therapeutic than stinging.

2011 Masters champ Schwartzel's Valspar title defense in jeopardy

2011 Masters champion Charl Schwartzel is the defending champion at this week's Valspar Championship.

Remembering those who died since 2016 Masters

Col. David Leonard Davis, who served as tournament director at the Masters after a distinguished military career, died Aug. 3. He was 94.

Reed's Ryder Cup heroics could pay off in a major way

Patrick Reed's superb Ryder Cup record in his two appearances might serve him well when he gets into a battle for a major championship such as the Masters Tournament.

Warm weather could affect Augusta's famous foliage

Will the flowers still be in bloom for Masters Week?

Masters has international flavor

Golfers who were born outside of the United States are now the norm, not the exception, at the Masters Tournament.

Rookie Hughes wins The RSM Classic

ST. SIMONS ISLAND -- Mackenzie Hughes holed an 18-foot par putt from off the green Monday morning to win The RSM Classic and become the first rookie in 20 years to go wire-to-wire for his first PGA TOUR victory. The Canadian calmed his nerves and came up clutch in the 42-degree chill at Sea Island.