October 10, 1977 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
April 22, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Clifford Roberts, chairman of the Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club, asked what he would do if a streaker streaked at the Masters: "Why, naturally, we would take his badge away."
April 05, 1971 | Bil Gilbert
A skeptical visitor casts a jaundiced eye on the most sacrosanct golf tournament of all and, come Bobby Jones or high water, finds some things he doesn't like
April 20, 1970 | Walter Bingham
Adding 40 yards in length and several fairway mounds to Augusta's 15th made it tougher on short hitters, didn't do much for slammers and left galleries with fewer heroes to cheer
April 10, 1967 | Alfred Wright
Just a little over 10 years ago a letter from a proud father in South Africa arrived at the Augusta National Golf Club. It was addressed to Clifford Roberts, who, along with Robert T. Jones Jr., ranks as co-founder...