I’ll say it, you don’t have to: this week is a real bummer.
Starting today, we’d all normally be settling in for four straight days of being glued to our screens while watching golf at Augusta National Golf Club.
Instead, the coronavirus pandemic has delayed the 2020 Masters until November, setting up what truly will be an event unlike any other.
Thankfully, YouTube and Masters.com have us all covered. The final-round broadcasts from 1968-2018 are available on YouTube, while Tiger Woods’ 2019 win is available here.
To help get you in the right state of mind this week, we’ve listed our 10 favorite tournaments you can watch from Masters past.
Greg Norman missed a birdie putt on the final hole for the win in 1987 and he came up short again in 1996 (to put it lightly). The Aussie held a four-shot advantage through seven holes but fell apart and ultimately came up short as Nick Faldo overcame a six-stroke deficit for the win.
Gary Player was down seven shots entering the final round. What does Mr. Player do? Blitz Augusta with an 8-under 64 to take the clubhouse lead and his third Masters title.
Look past the black-and-white television broadcast. Augusta…