Notah Begay went on CBS radio the day after the Masters
Gosh I love it when our elder speak.
The 2014 Masters is now in the record books with Bubba Watson as a two-time winner - and the victory was well-deserved!With his win over a stellar golf field, Watson takes home a $1.6 million payout, the coveted green jacket, a lifetime invite (which he already had from 2012) and probably more TV time than any other winner on Tour this year. Show More Summary
On Sunday afternoon, on a beautiful day at Augusta National, a 20-year-old kid was trying to do something that no 20-year-old kid has ever done. Jordan Spieth, a kid ranked 810th in the world a season ago, was continuing his run on professional...Show More Summary
The 78th Masters began as one of the most wide open in decades, but it will not go down as a classic after a surprisingly Lackluster finish on Sunday when Bubba Watson clinched his second green jacket.
Bubba Watson, wife Angie and friends celebrate at Waffle House. (Courtesy @judahsmith) WE KNEW BUBBA HAD ALL THE SHOTS, but this time, this Sunday, the new Lefty was in total control of his game even when the kid (Jordan Spieth) threw a haymaker at him on Augusta's front nine. Show More Summary
For golf fans, the Masters is always one of the best sports weekends of the year, but the random fan was probably missing something over the weekend. Tiger Woods wasn't playing for the first time since 1994, missing out because of back...Show More Summary
The outstanding displays by veteran trio Miguel Angel Jimenez, Bernhard Langer and Fred Couples at the 78th Masters suggest that a 50-something major champion could be just around the corner.
We aren't even a full day past the conclusion of the Masters, but as the world turns so does our interest into the next big event on the golf calendar. The U.S. Open, which kicks off June 12 at Pinehurst #2, might be a couple of months...Show More Summary
I know you all taped, recorded and watched my Morning Drive phone appearance today to hear Gary Williams, Damon Hack
For all the crazy stunts Bubba Watson does for fun, the green jacket was off limits.
With his logic-defying style, Bubba Watson outplayed the young and impatient Jordan Spieth and the ageless Miguel Ángel Jiménez on Sunday at the Masters.
Jordan Spieth might only be 20 years old, but nobody is going to disagree that he's the real deal. His T-2 finish at the Masters is the best finish ever by someone his age, and while he didn't walk away with the green jacket on Sunday...Show More Summary
With no Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson or late round drama, the ratings for the 2014 Masters took a dip compared to a season ago. The final round on Sunday got a 7.8 rating, down from the 10.2 rating that the Masters got on Sunday in 2013. If...Show More Summary
This past weekend saw a lot of great story lines and we are here to give you the good and the bad of it. Here are our winners and losers from the past week in golf. Winners Bubba Watson — Not only did he win his second Masters in three years, but he did it by absolutely dominating Augusta National. Show More Summary
The Masters never disappoints. Never. This year’s Masters had quite a different feel to it, not because Tiger Woods was missing or because the 17th was missing the Eisenhower pine. […]
On Sunday at Augusta National, Bubba Watson won his second Masters title in three years, joining a very elite group of guys that have been able to take down Augusta multiple times. It was an incredible accomplishment for a guy that has...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were nowhere in sight when Bubba Watson donned his second green jacket in three years, leaving Augusta watchers wondering if the fading superstars had made their last runs at Masters glory. When Bubba Watson...Show More Summary
The last thing professional golfers need are another challenge on the putting greens. They already must deal with sadistic pin placements, speeds akin to putting in a bathtub and the occasional bout of the yips. But watch the excellent...Show More Summary