April 6-122015
2015 coverage by The Augusta Chronicle
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Happy birthday, Clifford Roberts

Today is Clifford Roberts' birthday.

Blixt nearly won first Masters

Few likely remember that Jonas Blixt finished in second place at last year's Masters Tournament.

Throwback: Nicklaus set records

Jack Nicklaus established a new 72-hole scoring record of 271 with his victory in the 1965 Masters.

Palmer plans to return as honorary starter

Despite a dislocated shoulder that has slowed his gait and prevented him from playing golf, Arnold Palmer has no intention of missing his appointed tee time at Augusta National Golf Club next month.

Player's son to speak at annual prayer breakfast

Wayne Player will share personal stories of growing up as Gary Player’s son, as well as his own testimony of faith at this year’s Masters Week Prayer Breakfast.

Horschel dreams of green jacket

Given his tendency to have dreams that eventually come true, Billy Horschel would love to have one that ends with him slipping on a green jacket.

Harrington earns Masters invite

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Padraig Harrington is back in the Masters Tournament after the Honda Classic finally ended early Monday afternoon with the Irishman winning on the second hole of sudden death.

Michaux: Woods won't catch Nicklaus

Tiger Woods is not going to catch Jack Nicklaus on the major scorecard.

Champions Dinner started small

The Champions Dinner, or Masters Club, is the Tuesday night affair that pays tribute to all Masters champions.

Sarazen hit most famous shot

Today we celebrate the birthday of 1935 Masters champion Gene Sarazen, who was born in 1902.

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Natural beauty of Augusta National

Azaleas at Augusta National
The Eisenhower Tree is gone, but the variety of flora at Augusta National Golf Club is quite impressive, and stunningly beautiful.

Bobby Jones' grave

Golf fans from around the world travel to Atlanta to visit Bobby Jones' final resting place.

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