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Masters winner Sergio Garcia jumped four spots from 11th to 7th after winning the Masters on Sunday, with runner-up Justin Rose right behind him at No. 8.

In taking his first Major win ever, Garcia has risen six spots since the end of 2016. Rose climbed from 14th to eighth as Adam Scott and Alex Noren were booted from the…

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On Sunday, Sergio Garcia won his first Major on Sunday, winning the Masters with a playoff victory over Justin Rose.

Previously. Garcia had piled up six second or third-place finishes at Majors, but had never been particularly close at Augusta; his previous best was a tie fourth in 2004.

Here’s a look at the near misses that made Sunday so special…

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No longer will Sergio Garcia be known as the best player to never win a Major. Now he’s just one of the guys.

After 70 fails at securing his first Major win, Garcia was the man of the hour Sunday afternoon at Augusta, defeating Justin Rose in a sudden-death playoff after rallying from two strokes down with six holes to…

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Justin Rose could make it back-to-back victories for Queen and Country for the first time in 27 years. Sergio Garcia is looking to shake a career-long monkey off of his back.

Garcia has never won a Major. Rose won the 2013 US Open and the 2016 Olympic Gold Medal.   Both men are at 6-under, with a 1-shot lead over…

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Two of the greatest current players to never win a Major, the Day 1 leader, and a Belgian giant comprise the four-way tie atop the leaderboard through 36 holes at The Masters.

Day One leader Charley Hoffman shot three strokes worse on Friday than he had Thursday, dropping from from 7-under to 4-under where he’s joined by Sergio Garcia, Thomas…

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Charley Hoffman, the American who looks more at home tapping a keg than a birdie putt, raced to a 4-stroke lead after 18 holes at The Masters on Thursday by firing a 7-under 65.

He put the field in his rear view mirror with a four-birdie stretch between holes 14-17. William McGirt was the only man to strike below 70,…

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In a staggering 11th-hour development, the agent for World No. 1 Dustin Johnson fell down a staircase and injured his back on Wednesday at his rental property in Augusta, throwing his availability for The Masters into doubt.

According to Johnson’s manager, the star was wearing socks on a hardwood floor and slipped on the stars.

“He landed very hard on his…

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The 2017 Masters Tournament kicks off Thursday at Augusta National.  All eyes will be on defending champion Danny Willett as he seeks to defend his title while there are compelling stories up and down the field.

Here’s a quick look at the best pairings for Thursday and Friday’s opening rounds at Augusta National:’

Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Ceremonial First Shots: Significant…

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American Russell Henley rose from 117th to 61st in the world with his win at the Shell Houston Open, which also earned him a berth in the Masters this week.

He has risen 67 spots since the end of 2016.

The top six spots remained the same in this week’s Official World Golf Rankings, while  Justin Thomas retook seventh and Rickie…

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Winning any PGA tournament is awesome. Winning the one that gets you into The Masters is as good as it gets.

Russell Henley did just that Sunday at the rain-soaked Shell Houston Open, rallying from four shots down to win by three with a 7-under 65. He made 10 birdies in the final 18 holes.

Henley wound up 20-under par and…

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