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Surprising leaders and bad starts: Day 1 of the Masters is in the books, but there's still plenty of golf left in Augusta.
Defending champion Adam Scott discusses his successful first round at the Masters and why he is more comfortable this year.
Bill Haas, who's currently in the lead after the opening round of the Masters, knows that there's "a lot of golf left" to be played.
Bill Haas tops the leaderboard after Day 1, but reigning champ Adam Scott isn't far behind.
Bill Haas tops the leaderboard after Day 1, but Adam Scott isn't far behind in his quest for back-to-back Masters titles.
On Wednesday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior editor Jeff Ritter explains why he thinks Rory McIlroy has the best shot at winning the Masters.
NBA or NCAA? Mitch McGary headlines a pool of collegians still considering their options.
Sixteen MLB pitchers have undergone Tommy John surgery in 2014, a number that figures to keep growing.
As receivers rise, only one team can save Teddy Bridgewater from a draft-day tumble a la Aaron Rodgers.
Is Jabari Parker staying or going? It may not matter for Duke. The rest of our early top 25 isn't as lucky.