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Golf | US Masters

Spieth looking forward to shedding Augusta hoodoo
Former world No 1 Jordan Spieth says he can't wait to get next month's Masters out of the way – because he's fed up with being asked about his nightmare collapse at Augusta in 2016. Read full article
Tiger trying everything to play Masters
Tiger Woods still feels he has a chance to compete for a fifth Masters triumph in two weeks but his back remains an issue, the golfer said on Monday. Read full article
No ratings disaster if Tiger misses Masters
The Masters, with its famed azaleas, precisely manicured greens and towering trees is bigger than any one golfer, even Tiger Woods. Read full article
Spieth laughing about Masters meltdown
Jordan Spieth says he has already come to terms with his astonishing Masters collapse at Augusta last month and is confident the episode will not leave lasting psychological scars. Read full article
Do not feel sorry for Spieth - Greller
Jordan Spieth's caddie urged fans not to feel sorry for the Masters runner-up on Wednesday despite his final-round meltdown at Augusta. Read full article
Willett won't be content with Masters one-off
Masters champion Danny Willett is determined his first major golf title won't be his only one. Read full article
Willett wants to challenge ‘Big Three’
Having snatched an unlikely first major victory at the weekend, Danny Willett's next target is to give Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy a run for their money at the top of golf's world rankings. Read full article
Willett vows to take win in his stride
Danny Willett returned to England on Tuesday promising to take his shock Masters title win in his stride as he arrived at Manchester Airport to the glare of television cameras. Read full article
‘Big Three’ diminished at Masters
The emerging "Big Three" of golf left Augusta National and the Masters on Monday less big than when they arrived a week earlier. Read full article
Willett's shock win costly for Ferguson
Willett's astonishing Masters triumph cost Alex Ferguson £8 000, but the legendary former Manchester United manager was still happy to congratulate the shock champion. Read full article
Spieth's meltdown leaves his peers shocked
World No 1 Jason Day was "absolutely shocked" while Lee Westwood pointed to the fine line between success and disaster at the Masters after Jordan Spieth's astonishing collapse in Sunday's final round. Read full article
Timeline of Willett's Masters win
Approximate timeline for the key holes during Jordan Spieth's back nine collapse at Augusta National that contributed to Danny Willett's Masters victory on Sunday. Read full article
Poulter cards a decent round
Ian Poulter put his Twitter feud aside, temporarily at least, to bounce back from a nightmare third round with a competent one-under 71 in the final round at the Masters on Sunday. Read full article
Aces wild for Love, Lowry and Louis
Louis Oosthuizen made one of the quirkiest holes-in-one in major golf history on a final Sunday at the Masters that saw an unprecedented three aces at the 16th hole. Read full article
Willett wins the 80th Masters
England's Danny Willett was a shock winner of the 80th Masters on Sunday, firing a bogey-free, five-under par 67 for a three-shot victory after a back-nine collapse by defending champion Jordan Spieth. Read full article
Spieth still the man to catch at Masters
Jordan Spieth seeks his second consecutive wire-to-wire Masters triumph on Sunday while Bernhard Langer, Japan's Hideki Matsuyama, Smylie Kaufman and Rory McIlroy make their own runs at history. Read full article
Day ready for more Masters scoring chances
World No 1 Jason Day has been as patient as he can over the first three rounds of the Masters, but the Australian star is ready for better scoring conditions promised by Sunday's forecast. Read full article
Masters hopes still alive - McIlroy
Rory McIlroy said Saturday that his hopes of finally winning the Masters were still alive thanks to playing partner Jordan Spieth's stumbles over the last two holes of the third round. Read full article
Mixed feelings for Masters leader Spieth
Masters leader Jordan Spieth admitted he had mixed feelings after Saturday's third round, which saw him maintain his lead over the field despite dropping three shots in the last two holes. Read full article
Matsuyama two off lead in quest to make history for Japan
Japan's Hideki Matsuyama used his powerful long game to surge into contention at the Masters on Saturday, only to fritter away some of his good work with a poor finish to the third round. Read full article
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