Here's how to watch Tiger Woods, Masters before national TV coverage begins

Here's how to watch Tiger Woods, Masters before national TV coverage begins

X-rays were negative, and Finau was diagnosed with a high ankle sprain.

He was planning to play through the pain. He has sent over 28,000 tweets and never let anyone else man the Twitter account. "Thanks for thoughts of concern, messages and prayers from all".

The golf world seems split down the middle on Tiger Woods.

Craig Middleton, National Club Golfer: "This is one of the toughest years to pick a Masters victor, but I'll go for [Justin] Thomas - he's the best player in the world right now". He'll have 12 feet left for birdie. He opened with 72-73 previous year and finished with 71-69 to tie for seventh.

At the conclusion of the tournament on Sunday, the Masters website or app will take you inside Butler Cabin for a livestream of the green jacket ceremony.

Some of the attention Thursday will also be on what kind of start McIlroy, who goes off at 1:38 p.m., can muster.

He was back in the Masters field for the first time in 1,089 days. He dropped to one knee and ended up pushing the joint back into place.

Since the course is only open to the public during Masters week, I highly recommend that post offices and UPS stores hire the golf shop staff for the Christmas rush.

Tiger Woods teed off at Augusta National for the first time in three years on Thursday, setting off in search of his 15th major title in a Masters that promises to be a classic.

The 82nd Masters has begun.

Pre-tournament form: Finished tied for third last week at the Houston Open., and has two top-10 finishes and two missed cuts this season.

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Player, 82, took the first swing followed by the 78-year-old Nicklaus under a clear, sunny sky with the temperature in the 40s. Highly talented and creative with a strong Spanish tradition of victories at the Masters (though not with the same showmanship as Jiménez), expect them to be in the fray.

Giddy golf fans from around the world, some who had paid over $6,000 on ticket resale sites for a four-day badge, lined up before dawn at the Augusta National gates determined to score a prime spot at Amen Corner or the 18th green to watch what is widely expected to be the most hotly contested Masters in years. Eastern with an opening threesome that lacked big names: Austin Cook, Wesley Bryan and Ted Potter Jr.

No matter where Ian Poulter turns, there's someone with an outstretched hand and congratulatory words.

It is hard to remember a US Masters with so many outstanding golfers potentially in contention.

Spain's Sergio Garcia, who ended almost two decades of major futility with his victory here past year, played in the group behind Woods and opened with a par in his bid to join Nicklaus, Nick Faldo and Woods as the only players to successfully defend the Masters crown.

Augusta National Chairman Fred Ridley addressed the topic of fan behavior, which has become a hot topic on the PGA Tour.

He responded with a sly wink and a smile that signaled more relief than joy.

Heubusch: I would go back to school and get a degree in history so my teachers can remind me how much of a golf legend I am.

Since then, Tiger Tracker said he had attended each of the 60-plus tournaments that Woods has played, from Australia to Abu Dhabi to California. Woods has donned the green jacket four times during his career, but has not won the event since 2005.

Leading up to Tuesday night's Champions Dinner, Adam Scott had one piece of advice for host Sergio Garcia.

Dustin Johnson is the No. 1-ranked player in the world for a reason.

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