Arnold Palmer watches his tee shot during Wednesday's par-3 competition at the Masters. The tournament begins with today's first round.
Tiger, Woods, left, played Wednesday's practice round alongside Fred Couples. Woods, a four-time Masters champion, enters this week's tournament ranked No. 1 in the world.
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Jack Nicklaus was trying to remember the last time Tiger Woods won a major title.
Hunter Mahan hits his a tee shot on No. 15 during Saturday's Match Play quarterfinals. The defending champion won twice to advance.
Jason Day, far right, shakes hands with Graeme McDowell after winning 1 up during Saturday's quarterfinals. Day will face Matt Kuchar in the semifinals.
Jason Day chips on the 13th green Saturday during his 1 up win over Graeme McDowell. "I've been playing great, and I'm just really, really excited to get into the matches (today)," Day said.
Defending WGC-Accenture Match Play champion Hunter Mahan walked up the 18th fairway Saturday afternoon about 25 yards behind the reigning U.S. Open champion, Webb Simpson.
Former Arizona Wildcats star Jim Furyk hits his tee shot on No. 12 during the second round. Furyk ended up losing to Bubba Watson after 22 holes.
Justin Rose, reacting to a chip on No. 13, was eliminated by Nicolas Colsaerts 4 and 2.
Bubba Watson had a chance to win on No. 18, but missed a 6-foot putt. "You get mad at yourself at how easy that putt was," he said. Watson finished the job on the fourth extra hole, eliminating ex-UA standout Jim Furyk.
If Bubba Watson counted correctly, he had exactly five people cheering for him against former Arizona Wildcats star Jim Furyk in the second round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
Charles Howell III rips a shot from the fairway to the 13th green during his match against Fernando Gonzalo-Castaño, who won 6 and 5.
Jim Furyk hits his second shot on the 22nd hole of his match with Bubba Wilson, who knocked Furyk out of the tournament at the same hole.
Nick Watney shoots out of a bunker on the 20th hole of his match with Steve Stricker. Watney's bogey on the next hole gave Stricker the win.
Third overall seed Luke Donald tracks a short shot to the green on Hole 11 during his 7 and 6 loss to Scott Piercy.
The WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship will move to another city or another country or maybe to Pluto because it snowed here Wednesday.
Golfer Bubba Watson, right, and caddie Ted Scott try to get the attention of a marshal while waiting on the seventh green for a status update.