Sunday, September 19, 2021

Golf

At Augusta National, Patience and Experience Pay Off

Miguel Ángel Jiménez, the cigar-chomping, wine-loving fixture of the PGA Tour Champions, played better at the Masters as his course knowledge increased. In 2014,...

The Thrill of the Masters

Andy Ogletree went out to celebrate the night he made it into the finals of the United States Amateur in 2019. He still had...

Bryson DeChambeau’s Ball Search Pushes Him Out of Masters Hunt

AUGUSTA, Ga. — It was almost a given that Bryson DeChambeau would do something memorable at this year’s Masters tournament. It did not figure...

A Lack of Fans at the Masters Strains Those Who Would Sell the Experience

AUGUSTA, Ga. — For about two decades, James DiZoglio has run a bazaar to sell some of the most cherished tickets in sports. His...

For Aging Masters Champions, Pandemic Cannot Mute Augusta’s Call

AUGUSTA, Ga. — The men met for dinner at Augusta National Golf Club on Tuesday night. They donned their green jackets, asked after grandchildren,...

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Why One American Basketball Team Won’t Be at the Summer Olympics

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The French Open Gets Closer to Normal

On Wednesday, Osaka announced on social media that she would not attend news conferences during the French Open, saying they can be damaging to...

Here’s the Arctic Station That Keeps Satellites Connected

Arrayed across a plateau on an island in the high Norwegian Arctic, the 100 geodesic domes of the Svalbard Satellite Station look like abstract...