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Drive, Chip and Putt is a free nationwide skills program that includes a free trip to Augusta National for all finalists and their guardian.
For all of you parents with aspiring golfers at home, The Drive, Chip and Putt Championship was announced this week ...
In partnership with @USGA
, we are pleased to announce the #DriveChipandPutt
You can also follow the action by downloading the free Masters apps. masters.com/en_US/discover…
During Masters week, the site will include 7 live video channels, live scoring, 360 degree photos of the course, news and highlights.
The official website of the Masters Tournament is now live and ready for 2013: masters.com
iPad, iPhone, and Android apps are also new for 2012 and free to download for mobile live video, scoring, and news. masters.com/en_US/discover…
During Masters week, the site will also include 7 live video channels, live scoring and highlights, and comprehensive news and photography.
The official Web site of the Masters Tournament is now active and will be regularly updated with stories, and video. Masters.com
Visit masters.com for scoring, news, features, and 8 channels of video. Keep up to date on the go with our apps for iPad, iPhone, or Android
Version 1.03 of the Masters iPad app is now available for update at the app store.
Masters Tournament, EA Sports to release a video game March 29. Our net proceeds go to Masters Tournament Foundation. Info at Masters.com.
Masters Tournament Foundation announced, aimed at supporting golf development worldwide.
Two exciting announcements just posted to www.masters.com.
Visuals from Augusta: Masters.com now offers Prints, Posters and Historic Photography. imagery.masters.com/
Relive the 2010 Masters by ordering the Tournament’s Official Film, Annual or Journal. Now available on Masters.com. ow.ly/1We5x
The 2010 Masters gets underway with sunshine and temps in the high 70s. Couples, Ogilvy and Donald among those playing a.m. practice rounds.
The Masters recently unveiled the new design of Masters.com. All the latest info in a stunningly simple layout: www.masters.com/
More than $3.4 million going to charity as a result of the 2009 Masters.
Congrats to Steve Stricker on his win @ Colonial. Stricker was T-6 at the '09 Masters, his second Masters top 10..
2007 Masters Champion Zach Johnson repeats in San Antonio
Four-time Masters participant Henrik Stenson moves to No. 5 in the World Golf Ranking after his win at the PLAYERS on Sunday.
Actually, playing together in Rd 1, along with Jim Furyk
Playing together at the PLAYERS in a practice round tomorrow
Angel Cabrera & Kenny Perry reunited; paired
Congrats to T-10 Masters finisher Sean O’Hair who won @ Quail Hollow Sunday
Congratulations Jerry Kelly for winning the Zurich Classic. Look forward to seeing you next year @The_Masters
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for more info, deadline is May 1st to apply
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Thanks to all who followed @The_Masters
this week. We truly loved broadcasting what we saw, heard and felt. Look for updates soon. Cheers.
The sun has almost set over Augusta. Patrons wander, soaking in last impressions while members congregate on the lawn. What a week. : )
Guests stand on the veranda looking over as Billy Payne addresses the crowd. Defending Champion Immelman gives the Green Jacket to Cabrera.
Behind the press building, Kenny Perry answers questions under the lights of cameras. Cabrera just appeared on the green with the Chairman.
As Cabrera disappears into the Butler Cabin, members and patrons gather around the putting green for the Green Jacket presentation.
What a finale: The buzz that circled Phil and Tiger, Perry and Campbell duking it out and the swashbuckling Argentinian taking it in the end
Angel Cabrera is the 2009 Masters Champion!
Perry, who had a tough shot, puts it to 20 feet for par. Cabrera is inside him for birdie. This is a must make.
Perry just hooked it well left of the green. Advantage: Cabrera, who has a good look at birdie.
Both Perry and Cabrera stripe it down 10 fairway. Patrons are briskly on the move. It's cooled as shadows loom over Augusta National.
Cabrera makes a gutsy miracle par from the trees. Campell rims out. Perry and "the duck," Angel Cabrera move to 10.
Cabrera hit a ping-pong shot in the trees, but it came out in the fairway and he just put his 3rd to about 8 feet. Perry has a tap in par.
Cabrera pitched out, will play his third from the fairway. Perry hit a weak fade off to the right. Campbell dunked it in the bunker to moans
Correction, they went back to 18. Campbell and Perry are in the fairway, Cabrera went into the trees on the right.
Back to 10...playoff between Perry, Campbell and Cabrera.
Patrons are self-policing. "Down in front" is called often as the tension builds. Perry has a putt to win. He misses, a playoff.
Campbell makes a par. Cabrera is still one shot back with #18 to play. He and Perry just appeared down the fairway.
On 18, Members in red jackets tell the patrons seated what groups are arriving. The crowd groans as the big board shows Perry bogeyed 17.
The roars heard from 16 came thanks to birdies from both Perry and Cabrera. Perry's tap in gave him a 2 shot lead. Shingo just birdied 18.