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Golf's 2012 Masters champion, Bubba Watson, talks about his new hovercraft golf cart; competition; last year's miracle shot; and why Tiger Woods may be the player to beat.
Tiger Woods is the number one ranked golfer in the world again, a status he has not had since 2010. But that's not even close to the whole story. He is on top again, and people seem to like it.
A Masters win would be Tiger Woods' first major championship in nearly five years, and could re-ignite Tiger-mania.
CNBC's Brian Shactman and the "Street Signs" crew discuss news Tiger Woods' resurgence back to #1, which has also pushed golf's TV ratings higher. Some predict it will help the Nike brand, as well.
Golfers with extravagant tastes are vital to the game’s culture, and upmarket brands have the goods to sell them at top dollar. CNBC.com presents a list of 10 extravagances for the golfer who demands--and can pay for--the best. Read ahead to see what they are and what they cost.
Go greased lightning? Not exactly, and Florida retirement community residents aren't too happy about paying up to $1,000 to insure their souped-up golf carts.
Nigel Seeley, media manager at Bet Butler, explains why Tiger Woods is the bookies' favorite and the man to beat at the U.S. Golf Masters.
Golf legend Phil Mickelson now owes an estimated $8.2 million in taxes under California's new 13.3 percent tax code, according to Sports Illustrated, with CNBC's Jane Wells and Robert Frank.
McIlroy is the youngest player to win a PGA tour playoff, with CNBC's Brian Shactman.
For the Serious Golfer: Swing Analytics
If the Masters golf tournament is any indication of how the U.S. economy is faring, then things seem to be looking up. At least for some.
Our Joe Kernen has a "wardrobe malfunction" with the "Squawk Box" Green Jacket before he spoke to golfer Ian Poulter, who's trying to get his first win at the Masters.
Tiger Woods has had no effect on the economics of golf, TaylorMade CEO Mark King told Jane Wells.
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