April 21, 2008 | MICHAEL BAMBERGER
Each year during Masters week, there's no better place to keep tabs on everyone who's anyone in the game than a table in the Augusta National clubhouse
April 01, 2002 | George Plimpton
Four new tales of the sports world that are stranger than fiction
June 14, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Steve Renko, traded from the Montreal Expos to the Chicago Cubs, on what it is like to play in Montreal: "There ought to be a clause in our contracts allowing a player to veto a country. We have to pay two taxes,...
April 05, 1971 | Dan Jenkins
Palmer, Nicklaus, Player, Casper—the very best—seem always to be at or near the top in the Masters, which is a key reason why this one is everybody's favorite golfing show
April 08, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
Each year that this thing called the Masters Tournament reemerges as such a scented and luxuriant success, it strengthens the notion that God must have been a two-handicapper from Georgia. At least it encourages the...