New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-04-04 20:53:00 –
The young women finally spent the day again at Augusta National Women’s Amateurs.
The kids were once again given a good time in the drive, tip and putt championships and put into bed.
You have now cleared the stage of golf’s most central stage event.
The Masters are back. And in that legitimate place the first week of April.
As the ESPN documentary says, the 2020 Masters “November’s” was great that way. One time only. Unlike the British Open and the Ryder Cup, at least it was played.
But now this is The One in April. As it should be. When should it be?
Not exactly the same. I don’t think there is Tiger Woods. There is no Par-3 contest for the second consecutive year. Limited patrons for reasons that may mean limited roar. You need to figure out who is there and what you have to support.
But if you like golf, you have to give up on the tournament returning to the right place on the sports calendar.
Monday is a late day to lay the groundwork for fireworks to come. Players struggling in the palace practice facility and participating in several casual practice rounds on the course. Player interviews begin Monday afternoon and include the 2015 Masters Champion Jordan Spieth. It just came from a victory at the Valero Texas Open on Sunday for the first time in almost four years. His revitalized quest for a second green jacket should be one of the biggest stories of the week.
If you want to see the action from Augusta National, the CBS Sports Network has a Masters on the Range program at 8am, which will be broadcast simultaneously. Masters.com.. By the way, Mark Grant, a resident of Baton Rouge and a graduate of LSU, oversees the show.
Monday Masters Broadcast, Online Schedule
8am Masters on the Range CBS Sports Network, Masters.com
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