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Abraham Ancer assessed controversial two-stroke penalty at Masters … for grazing sand
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Abraham Ancer assessed controversial two-stroke penalty at Masters … for grazing sand

Abraham Ancer is on the wrong side of the cutline heading into Round 2 at the Masters Tournament on Friday, and he didn't even know it until after his opening round was over. Ancer completed his first round at the Masters thinking he had scored a 1-over-par 73, which placed him tied for 20th heading into the second round. But, after he had completed and turned in his scorecard, officials at Augusta National Golf Club assessed him a two-stroke penalty for a controversial violation on Hole 15. James B. Hyler, chairman of the Masters competition committee, said in a statement that officials reviewed video evidence and saw that Ancer grazed the sand before striking the ball in the Hole 15 bunker. The review and penalty came after Ancer had completed his first round."On the 15th hole during Th...
Masters schedule 2021: Day-by-day TV coverage to watch on ESPN, CBS & stream online
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Masters schedule 2021: Day-by-day TV coverage to watch on ESPN, CBS & stream online

Once again, the golf world is centered around the Augusta National Golf Course for the 2021 Masters. Fans who want to watch the Masters this year have myriad options to take in the action, which includes coverage of Featured Groups; Holes 4, 5, 6, 15 and 16; and Amen Corner. Viewers may be confused at the lack of early coverage on TV, but there are still plenty of ways fans can enjoy a tradition unlike any other. Here's how to watch the 2021 Masters, day by day, including TV and streaming options:MORE: Watch the Masters live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Masters schedule 2021The first three days of Masters coverage won't start on TV until 3 p.m. ET; the final day of coverage will begin an hour earlier, at 2 p.m. ESPN will handle the first two days of coverage, followed by CBS in weekend p...
Tiger Woods reveals what he'll miss most from 2021 Masters: The Champions Dinner
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Tiger Woods reveals what he'll miss most from 2021 Masters: The Champions Dinner

The 2021 Masters Tournament will be without its most famous golfer, as Tiger Woods continues to recover from a car crash that will leave him out of competition for the foreseeable future. Woods, naturally, will be missed by anyone and everyone with even a passing interest in golf or the Masters and that's especially true for the golfers with whom he would have competed against this week. Tiger, for his part, revealed on Tuesday what exactly he'd miss most from the Augusta National Golf Course: The Champions Dinner, of course.MORE: Masters 2021 tee times, pairings, featured groups for Rounds 1-2 at Augusta I’ll miss running up @DJohnsonPGA’s bill at the Champions Dinner tonight. It’s still one of my favorite nights of the year. — Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) April 6, 2021The event, hosted the...
Masters 2021 tee times, pairings, featured groups for Rounds 1-2 at Augusta
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Masters 2021 tee times, pairings, featured groups for Rounds 1-2 at Augusta

For the second time in not quite five months, golf fans — excuse us, patrons — get to enjoy the majesty that is the Masters Tournament. The most prestigious of golf's four majors announced its tee times on Tuesday, with several intriguing groupings in the first and second rounds. First up among the featured groups is 2020 champion Dustin Johnson, partnered with Lee Westwood and U.S. Amateur champion Tyler Strafaci. Johnson is obviously the biggest golfer to watch from the group as he seeks to become just the first golfer since Tiger Woods in 2001-02 to win the famed green jacket in consecutive tournaments. Other featured pairings include Rory McIlroy, who will be joined by Jon Rahm and Xander Schauffele as he seeks to earn his career grand slam among golf's majors. Justin Thomas, the 2021...