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2014 Masters Round One Leader Board

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, April 10th, 2014
Categories: PGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryThe Masters
POS Player To Par Total
1 Bill Haas -4 68
T2 Louis Oosthuizen -3 69
T2 Adam Scott -3 69
T2 Bubba Watson -3 69
T5 Jonas Blixt -2 70
T5 K.J. Choi -2 70
T5 Marc Leishman -2 70
T5 Brandt Snedeker -2 70
T5 Kevin Stadler -2 70
T5 Jimmy Walker -2 70
T5 Gary Woodland -2 70
T12 Fred Couples -1 71
T12 Rickie Fowler -1 71
T12 Stephen Gallacher -1 71
T12 Miguel Angel Jimenez -1 71
T12 Matteo Manassero -1 71
T12 Rory McIlroy -1 71
T12 Francesco Molinari -1 71
T12 Jordan Spieth -1 71
T20 Sang-Moon Bae E 72
T20 Bernhard Langer E 72
T20 Graeme McDowell E 72
T20 John Senden E 72
T20 Kevin Streelman E 72
T20 Steve Stricker E 72
T20 Nick Watney E 72
T27 Thomas Bjorn 1 73
T27 Roberto Castro 1 73
T27 Stewart Cink 1 73
T27 Jamie Donaldson 1 73
T27 Russell Henley 1 73
T27 Thongchai Jaidee 1 73
T27 Matt Kuchar 1 73
T27 Patrick Reed 1 73
T27 Charl Schwartzel 1 73
T27 Henrik Stenson 1 73
T27 Boo Weekley 1 73
T27 Mike Weir 1 73
T27 Lee Westwood 1 73
T40 Steven Bowditch 2 74
T40 Darren Clarke 2 74
T40 Victor Dubuisson 2 74
T40 Harris English 2 74
T40 Jim Furyk 2 74
T40 Sergio Garcia 2 74
T40 Matt Jones 2 74
T40 Hunter Mahan 2 74
T40 Larry Mize 2 74
T40 Jose Maria Olazabal 2 74
T40 Thorbjorn Olesen 2 74
T40 Webb Simpson 2 74
T40 Brendon de Jonge 2 74
T53 Keegan Bradley 3 75
T53 Jason Day 3 75
T53 Ken Duke 3 75
T53 Ernie Els 3 75
T53 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 3 75
T53 Lucas Glover 3 75
T53 Billy Horschel 3 75
T53 John Huh 3 75
T53 Martin Kaymer 3 75
T53 Chris Kirk 3 75
T53 Joost Luiten 3 75
T53 Mark O’Meara 3 75
T53 Vijay Singh 3 75
T53 Scott Stallings 3 75
T67 Derek Ernst 4 76
T67 Matthew Fitzpatrick 4 76
T67 Oliver Goss 4 76
T67 Sandy Lyle 4 76
T67 Phil Mickelson 4 76
T67 Garrick Porteous 4 76
T67 Ian Poulter 4 76
T67 Justin Rose 4 76
T75 Matt Every 5 77
T75 Dustin Johnson 5 77
T75 Ryan Moore 5 77
T75 Ian Woosnam 5 77
T75 Y.E. Yang 5 77
T80 Angel Cabrera 6 78
T80 Peter Hanson 6 78
T80 Zach Johnson 6 78
T80 David Lynn 6 78
T80 Mike McCoy 6 78
T80 D.A. Points 6 78
T80 Tom Watson 6 78
T87 Tim Clark 7 79
T87 Luke Donald 7 79
T87 Trevor Immelman 7 79
T90 Graham DeLaet 8 80
T90 Jason Dufner 8 80
T90 Chang-woo Lee 8 80
T90 Hideki Matsuyama 8 80
94 Jordan Niebrugge 9 81
95 Craig Stadler 10 82
96 Ben Crenshaw 11 83
97 Branden Grace 12 84


(a) = Amateur DNS = Did Not Start DQ = Disqualified MDF = Made Cut Did Not Finish WD = Withdrawn

2014 Masters Tournament TV Schedule

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Categories: PGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryThe Masters

Masters AugustaESPN
Live TV coverage of the Par 3 Contest from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM ET on Wed, April 9, 2014.

Live TV coverage of Tournament play from 3:00 PM to 7:30 PM ET on Thurs, April 10 & Fri, April 11, 2014.

Live TV coverage of Tournament play from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM ET on Sat, April 12 and from 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM Sun, April 13, 2014.

CBS Sports Network
Live TV coverage of the Masters driving range show, Masters on the Range, starting Mon, April 7 at 12:00 PM and continuing through Tournament week.

Masters Radio
Tune into a live streaming radio broadcast of the Masters Tournament each day at 2:00 PM ET

Photo Gallery: Masters Tournament – Augusta National Par-3 Course

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Categories: Golf CoursesHOG World TourPGA TourPro GolfThe Masters

Today is the par-3 tournament day at the Masters Tournament.  This tournament has been going since 1960.  The par-3 is a fun tournament where players interact closely with fans.  Some players who are not in the Masters Tournament are allowed to play the par-3 tournament.   Prior to the par-3 tournament there used to be a driving contest.

Augusta National Golf Club - Par-3 Course

Augusta National Golf Club – Par-3 Course – Click for more images

The par-3 tournament takes place at Augusta National’s par-3 course, possibly the most beautiful par-3 course in the world, though the folks at Three Tops located at Treetops Resort might argue that point.  As you will likely hear, no player who has won the par-3 contest has gone on to win the Masters Tournament.

Augusta Par-3 Course

Tiny greens… Augusta National Par-3 Course

I walked every hole of Augusta National’s par-3 course a couple of years ago and shot a ton of photos.  For one shot I even snuck onto a little boat I found in the lake.  The skies were a little gray the day I shot them but they still look great.  I put together a gallery of 77 images of the course, the largest and most complete online photo gallery of the course that I’m aware of.  All for you HOG “patrons.”  Click the photos or the link below to view the gallery.

Augusta National Par-3 Course Photo Gallery

Augusta National Golf Club Eisenhower Tree Photos

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, February 18th, 2014
Categories: Golf CoursesThe MastersTiger Woods
Tiger Woods tees off on the 17th at Augusta National with Eisenhower Tree on left

Tiger Woods tees off on the 17th at Augusta National with Eisenhower Tree on left

After yesterday’s news that the famous Eisenhower Tree was destroyed in the recent ice storms in Georgia, I dug through my library and found a couple of photos of the tree. Above Tiger Woods tees off and is trying to hit a high cut over the tree.

Below shows the size of the tree and how much of the fairway it guards.

Eisenhower Tree guards left side of fairway on #17 at Augusta National

Eisenhower Tree guards left side of fairway on #17 at Augusta National

Ice Storm Does What President Dwight D. Eisenhower Couldn’t, Brings Down Augusta National’s Famed 17th Pine Tree

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, February 17th, 2014
Categories: Golf CoursesThe MastersTiger Woods

Sad news from the home of the Masters Tournament, Augusta National Golf Club.  The famous Eisenhower Tree lining the left side of the 17th hole was destroyed by the recent ice storm in Georgia.  The Club tried everything they could but the Eisenhower Pine Tree has been removed.

Augusta National Eisenhower Tree Damage

Augusta National Eisenhower Tree Damage

The Eisenhower Tree became famous because of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.  He hated the tree and motioned for the tree to be removed.  That’s when Augusta National’s co-founder Clifford Roberts declared the president “out of order.”

The tree has caused many a player problems, including Tiger Woods.

Eisenhower Tree (left)

Rumor has it that Augusta National has had a backup tree picked out, ready for a time like this.  I suppose we will find out what they decide to do in a couple of months when the 2014 Masters Tournament begins.

Below is a statement from Augusta National’s Billy Payne on the loss of the Eisenhower Tree:

“Like so many of our family, friends and neighbors in this community, Augusta National Golf Club has been busy cleaning up after the historic ice storm this week. Everyone affected remains in our hearts and prayers, and we likewise hope for a speedy and complete recovery for all.

“The loss of the Eisenhower Tree is difficult news to accept. We obtained opinions from the best arborists available and, unfortunately, were advised that no recovery was possible.

“We have begun deliberations of the best way to address the future of the 17th hole and to pay tribute to this iconic symbol of our history – rest assured, we will do both appropriately.

“I can report that the golf course sustained no major damage otherwise. We are now open for Member play and we will be unaffected in our preparations for the 2014 Masters Tournament.”

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