Click here for the cover, or say grace and then dig right into the main course. The big weekend event was the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, staged in Austin, Texas. Kevin Kisner, runner-up in this event last year, took the final step this time, defeating Matt Kuchar 3 and 2 in the final.
Match play featured a Tiger Woods–Rory McIlroy appetizer in the Round of 16 that went to Woods, 2 and 1. And Woods added another “How did he do that?” shot.
And what is a 2019 tournament without some controversial news regarding Sergio García‘s rash decisions on the course?
The LPGA’s Kia Classic title went to Nasa Hataoka, while Stephen Gallacher captured the European Tour’s Hero Indian Open, but the major development outside of Austin came in the Dominican Republic, where Graeme McDowell won the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship. His first victory in more than three years gave the pride of Portrush a boost toward his goal of qualifying for the Open Championship, which will be played in his hometown in July.
But before heading there, the golf world has laid eyes on Augusta and the feast that is the Masters.
Ron Green Jr. sizes up some of the headliners in the field.
John Hopkins recalls the joy of the visit and the first time he saw – sort of – the clubhouse.
John Steinbreder delivers a Q&A with Augusta National Golf Club chairman Fred Ridley on this week’s Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
For dessert, The Divot lets us know why April is the sweetest month.
April, Augusta and Azaleas – Amen.
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