Anirban Lahiri concludes Augusta Masters campaign at tied 49th
Anirban Lahiri concludes Augusta Masters campaign at tied 49th

Anirban Lahiri drew the curtains on his 2015 Augusta Masters campaign with a string of 18 pars to total four-over 292 to finish tied 49th at the world's most famous golf tournament.

Augusta Masters grows from humble beginnings to iconic status
Augusta Masters grows from humble beginnings to iconic status

The Masters may be one of the iconic events on the global sporting calendar, but it has not always been held in such high esteem.

Boarding card in hand, Rory McIlroy ready to take flight
Boarding card in hand, Rory McIlroy ready to take flight

Scribbled on the back of an airline boarding card is the 2015 game plan for the world`s best golfer, a top secret to-do list that Rory McIlroy has folded and securely tucked away in his wallet.

Rory McIlroy admits love for golf has diminished
Rory McIlroy admits love for golf has diminished

World No.1 golfer Rory McIlroy admits his love for the sport has diminished over the years.

Caddie Carl Jackson, an iconic figure at Augusta Masters
Caddie Carl Jackson, an iconic figure at Augusta Masters

Carl Jackson has a lifetime of memories from Augusta National where he has caddied in every Masters since 1961 bar one, and is one of the remaining few in a dying breed -- black caddies who have worked at the iconic venue.

Tiger Woods' plane seen at Augusta airport: Report
Tiger Woods' plane seen at Augusta airport: Report

In the first hint that 14-time major champion Tiger Woods will play in next week`s Masters despite recent problems, his plane was seen on Tuesday morning at Augusta Regional Airport.

Murdaca wins Asia-Pacific Amateur to qualify for Masters
Murdaca wins Asia-Pacific Amateur to qualify for Masters

Australia`s Antonio Murdaca will play in the 2015 Augusta Masters and the British Open Qualifying Series this year after winning the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Royal Melbourne on Sunday.

Rigel Fernandes top Indian at 10th, Udayan Mane slips in Asia-Pacific golf
Rigel Fernandes top Indian at 10th, Udayan Mane slips in Asia-Pacific golf

A highly eventful round with six each of birdies, pars and bogeys saw 18-year-old Mangalore-born but US-based Rigel Fernandes emerge as the top Indian at the end of the third round of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championships.

Greg Norman almost severs hand with chainsaw
Greg Norman almost severs hand with chainsaw

Golf great Greg Norman said he was recovering in a US hospital today after almost cutting off his hand with a chainsaw. Australia's former world Number one posted a photo to Instagram of himself lying in a hospital bed with his left arm heavily bandaged.

Leishman makes early charge at Masters

Australia`s Marc Leishman opened with three birdies Friday to seize the early second-round lead at the 78th Masters with major winners Bubba Watson and Louis Oosthuizen in hot pursuit.

McIlroy, Scott will leave it for late at Augusta Masters

Louis Oosthuizen and Bubba Watson were set for an early charge Friday at the 78th Masters while fellow major champions Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott settled in for a long wait.

Masters matters more than football, says Fitzpatrick

Just making the cut would be a dream for this year`s youngest player at the Masters, 19-year-old Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick, but he could be forgiven for thinking otherwise.

Let the good times roll, says red-hot Scott

Adam Scott will appreciate some time off to stop and smell the roses after a breakthrough year and a maiden major trophy at the US Masters.

US golf bodies to ban `broom handle` putter from 2016

Golf governing bodies are ready to approve a ban on `anchoring` to outlaw long putters from 2016.

Teenaged Chinese golfer becomes youngest ever to make ‘Major’ cut at Augusta

Teenaged golf player Guan Tianlang has become the youngest golfer to make the cut at a Major with an overall score of four over at the ongoing Augusta National, even though he was penalised for slow play at the event.

Day leads as Tiger Woods stumbles at Augusta Masters

A Masters second round that tested how top golfers handle adversity saw Tiger Woods stumble, Jason Day take the lead and teen Guan Tianlang make the cut despite a rare slow-play penalty.

Tiger Woods in position for 5th Masters win

The ball had rolled off the green at 14, into the thick fringe and right up to the feet of a young boy and girl. The late-afternoon sun hung low over the tops of the pines, almost directly in their eyes, and so they hadn`t seen the ball until it was literally almost in their laps. As the course marshal ushered them out of their seats and away from the ball, their eyes widened. Tiger Woods, who at this moment was leading the Masters, was approaching.

Masters 2013: Sergio Garcia and Marc Leishman in the lead

Australia`s Marc Leishman and Sergio Garcia of Spain shared the lead at the 77th Masters after both shot six-under 66s in the first round at Augusta National.

Westwood shrugs off Montgomerie`s `last chance for Major win` warning

English golf ace Lee Westwood has hit back at Colin Montgomerie, saying that he is in the right shape to win Majors for many more years to come.

Tiger roars into Masters seeking end to major drought

Tiger Woods, favored to win this week`s 77th Masters and take his first major title since 2008, says he would have won a couple more Masters crowns the past few years had he putted better.