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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Chris:

Mike Glenn on death of Bill Russell: ‘He impressed me with the courage he had to stand up’

Mike Glenn was in awe of Bill Russell. → Read More

Hawks face elimination for second time in as many games

Hawks guard Kevin Huerter: “You treat every playoff game like a one-and-done." → Read More

Rory McIlroy gets closer to elusive Masters with late charge

AUGUSTA - Rory McIlroy was never really in contention to win the elusive Masters. That was a two-man race between Scottie Scheffler and Cameron Smith when fourth-round play began Sunday. → Read More

How I got the shot: The AJC’s Curtis Compton tells story of iconic photo

AUGUSTA - Even a fall down a muddy hill didn’t stop Curtis Compton from getting the photo. → Read More

The Tiger Woods Experience rolls into the weekend at the Masters

AUGUSTA - The signs came early. → Read More

The Tiger Woods Experience rolls into the weekend at Masters

AUGUSTA - The signs came early. → Read More

Thursday at the Masters: Not many eagles at No. 9

A quick look at Thursday at the Masters. → Read More

Stewart and Reagan Cink still enjoying working together

At some point, Reagan Cink will move on to pursue his own career path. But right now, he’s just having too much fun working alongside his father. → Read More

Humbled Tom Watson joins honorary starters at Masters

AUGUSTA - Tom Watson had an idea what to expect when he received a phone call from Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley. → Read More

Masters gets underway with ceremonial tee shots

Delayed slightly by overnight and early morning thunderstorms that swept through Augusta, the honorary starter ceremony officially opened the Masters tournament Thursday morning. The gate openings and ceremony were pushed back a half hour due to the inclement weather. → Read More

Start of the Masters delayed by weather

AUGUSTA - The start of the Masters was delayed Thursday morning following overnight and early morning thunderstorms. Gate opening and tee times will be delayed 30 minutes. → Read More

Wednesday at the Masters: Tom Watson set to join honorary starters

A quick look at Wednesday at the Masters. → Read More

Does Tiger Woods think he can win? ‘I do’

Tiger Woods was asked Tuesday whether he thinks he can win this Masters. You should know the answer. → Read More

Got a question? Justin Thomas can turn to Tiger Woods

Justin Thomas, the No. 7-ranked golfer in the world, acknowledges he gets advice from Tiger Woods – to the point that other golfers notice. → Read More

Tuesday at the Masters: Rahm not frustrated after dropping from No. 1

“Not really,” Rahm said. “I was asked pretty much every week, oh, if so-and-so wins, you lose it. When it was the other way, if you win this week, you get to No. 1. Not really. When somebody wins three out of five events, it’s pretty deserving. You can’t take anything away from Scottie. I’m happy for him. “This is the beauty of the game we live in now. Anyone can be No. 1 at any point. I was… → Read More

Bryson DeChambeau

We are about to find out how Bryson DeChambeau – with health and golf game he estimates at 80% – will fare at the Masters. → Read More

Phil Mickelson has ‘gone dark’ since controversy

Little has been heard from Phil Mickelson since he stepped away from golf in February following comments, and extensive criticism, regarding Saudi Arabia’s regime and the nation’s proposed golf league. → Read More

Monday at the Masters: No surprises with Tiger Woods’ comeback

Here is a quick look Monday at the Masters. → Read More

Early look at the Masters: Rain could impact opening round

AUGUSTA – You can expect the full coverage of color from the 2022 Masters as the azaeleas have blossomed at Augusta National Golf Club. → Read More

We can try to replace Steve Hummer, but it really will be impossible

It is said that “old soldiers never die, they simply fade away.” → Read More