- Day revels in Masters debut
Jason Day labeled his debut US Masters appearance the most exciting week of his career after falling just short of the coveted green jacket.
- Scott proud of effort
Australian Adam Scott was proud of his efforts after finishing two shots behind eventual US Masters champion Charl Schwartzel on Monday.
- Congrats Adam, Jason and Geoff
Congratulations to the Aussie trio for their performance at the Masters. Leave your messages of support here!
- A new era for Australian golf
For years memories of Greg Norman’s nine top-six finishes at Augusta left many wondering if a Masters win was beyond us. Are we finally on the verge of a new era for golf?
- Bunker escape
PGA Pro Richard Jumrukovski give some tips on how to escape bunkers.
- Aussies settle for second at Masters
South African Charl Schwartzel won the US Masters by two shots after one of the most thrilling finishes in the tournament’s history.
- US Masters audio
Hear from Adam Scott, Jason Day and the winner of the 2011 US Masters, South African Charl Schwartzel.
- Cabrera finds his feet
Angel Cabrera finally found his rhythm in the third round of the US Masters and the 2009 champion is now just four shots off the lead.
- Patient McIlroy closes in
Rory McIlroy credited his patience as the key factor behind a two-under-par 70 that sees him leading the US Masters with one round to go.
- Tiger still eyes the prize
Tiger Woods was left ruing near misses on the greens after falling seven shots behind Rory McIlroy with one round left at the US Masters.