Adam Scott has become the first Australian to win the Masters, beating Angel Cabrera on the second hole of a playoff on a rainy day at Augusta National.
The WBZ Water Cooler broke the news of the Augusta Policy change to some local Bay State female golfers. Some were thrilled, some not so much.
And for what it’s worth, if the folks at the Augusta National Golf Club refuse to admit women, that’s fine with me and I’ve got a feeling it’s fine with the IBM Ceo Ginni Rometty as well. Yes she plays golf, but if she’s as smart as purported to be, I’m sure she’ll be fine not having to hang out with that boorish group of men in the first place.
John Strege of Golf Digest spoke with Toucher & Rich about the 2011 Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National.
Papi is still hitless on the season – how much patience can the Sox have with him this season? Bob Ryan of the Globe on his controversial Al Skinner column. Darren Rovell of CNBC on […]
Bruins lose in overtime Washington – but there might be more sliver linings than you think in the loss. DA on Tiger’s presser today at the Masters – which created more questions than answers. And […]
Tiger Woods announced Tuesday that his highly anticipated return to competitive golf will come April 8th at The Masters. The four-time Masters champion will end his four-month hiatus prompted by his admission to […]