Steve Hummer, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Steve Hummer

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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Past articles by Steve:

New Saudi tour deserves barely a golf clap

But how scared should the PGA Tour be? And how seriously should they be taken by the golf world? So far, in both cases, not so much. → Read More

Despite doubts, Scottie Scheffler proves he was ready to win Masters

AUGUSTA — What to make of Scottie Scheffler, the guy who just performed a clinical dissection of the Masters? → Read More

Tiger Woods’ next appearance? That’s anyone’s guess

AUGUSTA - Hope you enjoyed the Tiger Woods World Fair, otherwise known as the 2022 Masters. Took in just enough of the torrent of brave adjectives written on his behalf to soak in the experience without drowning in the prose. → Read More

Masters Sunday becomes showdown between Scheffler, Smith

AUGUSTA - As Scottie Scheffler and his sage caddie - Bubba Watson’s man from his two championships here – were conducting a search and rescue mission in largely unexplored brush left of the fairway at 18 Saturday, all matters Masters got a lot more interesting. → Read More

Harold Varner proves he belongs among the Masters leaders

AUGUSTA - When it comes time, when the world is watching and his golf matters most, Harold Varner will decide what kind of symbol he’ll be. You don’t get to make that call. → Read More

Steve Hummer: Tiger Woods gets a win

So, break out the duct tape, the baling wire, the WD-40 Thursday night. Whatever it takes to keep Tiger Woods' captivating comeback on track. → Read More

Jon Rahm ready to become the next first-time Masters winner

AUGUSTA - In a non-Tiger-Woods-related development at this Masters – one or two may manage to fight their way to the surface this week: Jon Rahm is ready to win. → Read More

Tiger Woods makes the spoiled walk good again

Given that this is the Masters, which has a way of bringing out the remarkable in Tiger Woods, it’s a challenge that will fascinate for however long it lasts. → Read More

Tiger Watch has returned just as fans once again descend on Augusta National

So, will Tiger Woods and his crowd be the story come Thursday’s first round? He still hasn’t announced, he’s still taking inventory of his body parts. → Read More

Woods – naturally – tops Masters’ most burning questions

Welcome to Masters week, and five questions that burn with varying brightness at the outset. → Read More

Masters beauty arrives to rescue our spring from ugly side of sports

The lead-in to this spring – an undervalued sports season – has been, um, unsettling. → Read More

Mickelson saga takes another sad turn: He’ll skip the Masters

Here it is just two weeks out from the Masters and there is a better chance of Tiger Woods, unseen in competition since mangled in a rollover crash in early 2021, showing up to the first tee than Phil Mickelson. → Read More

Atlanta Motor Speedway’s new look revs up drivers, ushers in new era

Watching Sunday’s race at the new-look Atlanta Motor Speedway, even the most hardened, dedicated codger would have to admit through clenched teeth: Sometimes change is good. → Read More

Bennett sounds all the right notes after Bulldogs big win

INDIANAPOLIS – If you thought Stetson Bennett was on point at the close of Monday night’s national championship game leading two fourth-quarter touchdown drives, well, he was only warming up. There was another press conference to win. → Read More

Bulldogs fans hunker down for another “torture test” against Alabama

INDIANAPOLIS – It may seem a drastic change to drag the big Georgia-Alabama game here, the first truly cold-weather site to host a College Football Playoff championship. But perhaps a frosty slap in the face is just what’s needed to shake the Bulldogs free of the habit of losing to Nick Saban’s Crimson dynasty. → Read More

Test drivers testify to totally different Atlanta Motor Speedway

Welcome to the all-new, possibly improved Atlanta Motor (Almost Super) Speedway. → Read More

Falcons may want to look nearby

The Falcons’ season will be exhausted by the time Georgia and Alabama do some real meaningful football Monday night. With its free time, the local professional franchise may want to throw a monster watch-party. A sober one, however, BYOB (Bring Your Own Binoculars). → Read More

If Georgia is favored again over ‘Bama, surely Nick Saban will smile

Remarkably, even after being dismantled by Alabama just a month ago in the SEC Championship game, Georgia is the early betting favorite in next Monday’s national championship rematch with the Crimson Tide. Yes, they have televisions in Las Vegas, and the wise guys watched the same game as you. And still, it’s the Bulldogs plus-3 at this stage. → Read More

Dan Reeves remembered as consistent, caring coach

Former Falcons (and Broncos and Giants) coach Dan Reeves is being remembered today as a staunch professional and credible players’ coach. And if that meant sometimes getting after the kicker, so be it. → Read More

Stetson Bennett quiets the noise, makes beating Michigan look easy

As Stetson Bennett laid it out earlier this week, he doesn’t listen to his living-room critics. Why should he? Football’s not their field. → Read More