Just like that, Masters champion Jordan Spieth is back in contention for another PGA title after shooting a 9-under 62 Friday at the RBC Heritage.
It's been quite some time since Masters champion Jordan Spieth had to explain a performance this poor.
Golf shoes and pregnant, that's how Canberra's Nikki Campbell will tackle the inaugural Australia Classic in Sydney on Friday.
Jordan, Rickie, Rory.... it could be three members of a 90s boy band. But that trio are three of the hottest properties in golf and PGA officials hope to cash in when the summer descends in Australia.
Jordan Spieth's Masters domination has sent his Australian coach Cameron McCormick's stock soaring.
Tiger Woods has revealed a bone in his wrist popped out and he put it back in himself after he caught a tree root with his club on the ninth hole in the final round of the 2015 US Masters.
Three-time champion Phil Mickelson found his scoring touch at the Masters, closing with a 69 for a runner-up showing that could herald a serious bid to complete his career grand slam at the US Open in June.
Jason Day and Adam Scott are sure to bounce back soon enough. But are there other players capable of stepping up and increasing Australia's strength in depth?
Jordan Spieth began the day of his graceful and respectful stroll to a four-shot US Masters victory in receipt of a text from fellow Texan Ben Crenshaw.
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Whatever else Rory McIlroy was to take from the 79th Masters, he was sure of one thing. "I'm still the world's best golfer," he said.
When the disappointment passes, Woods might concede that this was an unexpectedly successful Masters week, where many had predicted that he would be cruelly embarrassed.
It is as if Watson - who perfected his soppy shtick by announcing in his first -victory press conference that he was "just Bubba from Bagdad, Florida" - translates all the mawkishness of Augusta's annual par-three contest into human form.
Australia's challenge on 'moving' day at the Masters never got going, with Jason Day and Adam Scott falling further behind runaway leader Jordan Spieth.
At 4.30pm on Saturday, a mighty roar signalled the news the golfing world had feared would never come. Tiger Woods was back, mixing it with the best and proving he was capable of increasing his haul of 14 majors some time soon.
Masters draw pairs old enemies together once again, writes Lawrence Donegan at Augusta.
At the same moment Jordan Spieth rolled in yet another birdie putt on the tenth to take his score to 12 under, South African Louis Oosthuizen was 30 metres away on the 15th tee, lining up to take his drive.
Geoff Ogilvy says golf is more exciting now than at any time in his life - and that includes when Tiger Woods was in his prime.
If you want to feel loved for the rest of your life and revered after you're gone, there is a solution - even if it is a challenging one. Win the US Masters.