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Golf | US Masters

Masters leaders seek first major crown
Sergio Garcia, winless in 73 major starts, was among four Masters co-leaders seeking a major breakthrough as they teed off under ideal conditions in Saturday's third round at Augusta National. Read full article
Mickelson confident, Couples turns back clock
Former Masters champions Fred Couples and Phil Mickelson are contenders for historic age-mark triumphs this weekend at Augusta National if they turn back the clock to their green jacket prime. Read full article
Rose looking forward to faster course
Justin Rose said a couple of key mistakes kept him from having a run at the lead in Friday's second round at the US Masters and expected calm weather. Read full article
Patience the key for Pieters
Thomas Pieters is trying to play the patience game after carding a rock-solid second-round 68 in tough conditions to move into a four-way share of the lead at the US Masters on Friday. Read full article
McIlroy looking to up his game
Rory McIlroy, one-over par after 36 holes at the Masters, heads into the weekend in worse shape than he had hoped, needing to raise his game. Read full article
Four-way tie atop Masters leaderboard
Sergio Garcia charged into a four-way share of the second round U.S. Masters lead on Friday at Augusta National where a number of major champions were in striking distance ready to pounce. Read full article
'Aggression key to Masters success'
After shocking the U.S. Masters field with a stunning opening round of 65, the windy conditions caught up with Charley Hoffman on Friday. Read full article
Willett misses Masters cut after bogey blowout
England's Danny Willett became the first defending champion in 13 years to miss the Masters cut after a quadruple-bogey blowout at the start of Friday's second round. Read full article
Els sees end to his Masters run
Ernie Els, who has won the British Open and the US Open twice each, is coming to terms with the fact that he might never win the Masters. Read full article
Hoffman makes hay in Augusta comfort zone
Charley Hoffman just feels in a good place every time he plays Augusta National, and he proved it in emphatic style by shooting a superb 65 in the US Masters first round on Thursday. Read full article
Mickelson breaks par for 50th time
Phil Mickelson broke par for the 50th time at Augusta National on Thursday, overcoming the whipping winds for a one-under-par 71 in the opening round at the US Masters. Read full article
Masters first round whips up something different
Fred Couples is not surprised by much at the Augusta National after teeing it up at 32 US Masters, but Thursday's opening round whipped up something that even he had never experienced before. Read full article
McIlroy grits it out to stay in grand slam hunt
Rory McIlroy rode a late fightback to card an even-par 72 at the Augusta National on Thursday, keeping alive the world No 2's hopes of a maiden US Masters title to complete his collection of golf's four majors. Read full article
McGirt plods into Masters contention
In a field of golfing thoroughbreds, self-described plough horse William McGirt plodded his way up to second place at the US Masters on Thursday after a gusty opening round at Augusta National. Read full article
Amen Corner trips up Pieters
After going five-under through the opening 10 holes at his first US Masters on Thursday, Thomas Pieters might have been forgiven for wondering what was so tricky about the Augusta National Golf Club. Read full article
Willett rights ship after shaky start
Danny Willett used an eagle at the par-five 13th to help overcome a shaky start in his bid to retain the US Masters title at windswept Augusta National on Thursday. Read full article
Eagle helps Phil soar at windy Masters
Five-time major champion Phil Mickelson loved the ill winds that blew many of his Masters rivals down the leaderboard, firing a one-under par 71 on Thursday at blustery Augusta National. Read full article
Windy conditions spell Masters disaster
Blustery conditions humbled the world's greatest shotmakers in Thursday's opening round of the Masters as gusting winds and Augusta National's lightning-quick greens took a nightmare toll on players. Read full article
Journeyman Hoffman tames windy Augusta
American journeyman Charley Hoffman led the US Masters after firing a sparkling 65 in a wind-swept first round on Thursday as world number one Dustin Johnson pulled out. Read full article
World No 1 withdraws from Masters
World number one Dustin Johnson withdrew from the 81st Masters on Thursday, walking off the first tee due to a back injury. Read full article
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