We’re not sure why it’s so stunning that Jordan Spieth talks to his ball, as you’d be hard pressed to find a single golfer in the history of the sport that didn’t whisper some musings toward his or her ball during every round.
The Masters is considered to be among the most prestigious sporting events in the world and 99.9 percent of patrons at Augusta National realize that prestige.
Offer whatever explanation you want as to why The Masters is not televised in its entirety. Whatever reason it might be is plain stupid.
Professional golfers just don’t do the things that average golfers do, including hitting horrendous chunk shots.
Officials at Augusta National, home to the Masters, announced in partnership with EA SPORTS that its golf course will be included in the 2012 installment of the Tiger Woods PGA Tour golf game. The game will go on sale March 29, just a few weeks before the 75th playing of the Masters, and allow participants