Masters 2010

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Tiger 4th as Mickelson Wins

Crowd lifts Lefty as Woods slumps in return to competition

(Newser) - Phil Mickelson, already a fan favorite and now the sentimental pick with his wife and mother battling breast cancer, won his third Masters today, shooting a 5-under 67 to pull away for a 3-stroke win over Lee Westwood. Tiger Woods, the week's sideshow in his return to competition, had an... More »

Tiger Woods Tells Tiger Woods: 'You Suck!'

Live microphone catches him swearing at himself

(Newser) - Maybe not the smartest move to put a live microphone on Tiger Woods. He's still playing solid golf, but after a bad drive on the 6th hole, Woods is heard berating himself, in the third person no less: "Tiger Woods, you suck!" He also gets off a "... More »

Woods Solid, 2 Behind Poulter, Westwood

Tiger follows 68 with 2-under 70

(Newser) - Tiger Woods plodded along in today's second round of the Masters, making one par after another, mixing in the occasional birdie, and avoiding any major mistakes on his way to a 2-under-par 70—which has him two shots off the lead heading into the weekend. Woods still has some work... More »

Tiger Woods Starts Strong, Ignores Plane Banner

He doesn't appear rusty on the front nine

(Newser) - Tiger Woods didn't seem to have much rust in the early going today at the Masters. He got a nice ovation from the gallery before teeing off on the first hole, which he acknowledged with a smile and tip of his cap. He began with a pair of pars before... More »

Tiger Drives Masters Ticket Prices Sky-High

Meanwhile, Augusta chairman rips Woods

(Newser) - The prices of Masters tickets have gone waaaay over par, thanks to the participation of one Eldrick “Tiger” Woods. The New York Post reports seeing four-day tickets, which typically sell for about $2,500, going for $7,500, but as you can see from this screenshot, they’ve been... More »

Tiger Beats Crowds to Augusta

Scandal-battered golfer gets in some early practice for the Masters

(Newser) - A day before his eagerly awaited press conference, Tiger Woods hit the links at Augusta National this afternoon. Sporting what appear to be the beginnings of a goatee, the scandal-plagued superstar unexpectedly arrived around 1pm and played nine holes with Mark O'Meara. "He's one of the toughest guys mentally... More »

Don't Expect to See Tiger's Every Move on ESPN

Augusta allows ESPN to carry tee-off, but rest will be bundled

(Newser) - Excitement for Tiger Woods’ comeback at the Masters next Thursday runs high—so fans and intrigued scandal watchers may be disappointed to hear that ESPN is taking the NBC Winter Olympics route and bundling coverage instead of showing Tiger's every move live. The exception is Woods’ first stroke, which will... More »

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