The European Tour named Keith Pelley as it new Chief Executive Officer on Friday. Pelley will replace George O'Grady, who announced last November that he was stepping down.
Also teeing it up this week are World Golf Hall of Fame members Tom Watson and Ernie Els. Watson is making his 25th appearance at this tournament. Els, who has never won this title, finished second to Boo Weekley in 2007.
On the strength of his first major championship title on Sunday at the Masters, Jordan Spieth climbed to No. 2 in the world rankings.
Jordan Spieth made playing at Augusta National look easy over the weekend. Whether it be his birdie at 18 on Thursday, his up and down for par on the 18th on Saturday or his par-saving putt at 16 in the final round, nothing appeared hard for the second-youngest Masters winner.
Despite making two eagles in Sunday's final round, defending champion Bubba Watson struggled on his way to a 2-over 74 at the Masters.
Tiger Woods stumbled to two bogeys in the last five holes on Saturday, but still carded a 4-under 68 at the Masters.
Defending champion Bubba Watson had an up- and-down day in Saturday's third round on his way to a 1-over 73 at the Masters.
World No. 1 Rory McIlroy carded a 4-under 68 on Saturday at the Masters, but it could have been even better.
Dustin Johnson set a new Masters record on Friday with three eagles in his second round.
Four-time Masters champion Tiger Woods carded a 3-under 69 on Friday at Augusta National.