The 15-time major winner got some unintentional help from good friend Justin Thomas in reaching the milestone.
The Masters Tournament is one of the most prestigious and highly anticipated events in the world of professional golf. Held annually at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA, the tournament attracts top golfers from around the globe who compete for the coveted Green Jacket. Founded in 1934 by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts, the tournament has a rich history and is known for its iconic traditions, including the ceremonial tee shots by honorary starters, the Par 3 Contest, and the presentation of the Green Jacket to the winner. The Masters is widely considered to be one of the most challenging and scenic courses in the world, and its beauty and difficulty make it a true test of skill for the best golfers in the world.
The Green Jacket rests on Jon Rahm's shoulders. Other key developments also took place at Augusta National. M. James Ward provides an overview on the leading outcomes that happened at this year's first major championship
The weekend of the 87th Masters promises a riveting drama with three different types of players in the mix for the coveted Green Jacket. M. James Ward provides an overview on each of the three lead players and what may transpire at Augusta National Golf Club.
Past experience has often been a central point in achieving success at The Masters. A new wave of under 30 players has already established a clear toehold. M. James Ward outlines how this grouping of players is firmly in place and primed to garner future Green Jackets
Optics have always mattered in sports. M. James Ward examines how the success of a LIV player in donning the famed Green Jacket at this year's Masters could be the turnaround the fledging organization needs. A LIV win could be a rebirth of epic proportions.