Tag - Masters Tournament

Former Jaguar Patrick Reed wins the Masters

Former Augusta Jaguar Patrick Reed never relinquished his lead all tournament and won The Masters at Augusta National on Sunday afternoon for his first career major on the PGA Tour.

Set aside your studies for a Spring Break staycation

During the first week of April the world is watching Augusta. If you’re planning to stay in town for Spring Break, why not plan a staycation and experience Augusta the way the rest of the world does...

Snoop Dogg’s visit makes BBC

Remember when Snoop Dogg played Forest Hills? So did the BBC. Not only did the BBC include Snoop Dogg in its list of unlikely pop stars who play golf, it used video from Augusta University to prove...

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them

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Snoop Dogg plays Forest Hills

So, in case you missed it, Snoop Dogg stopped by the Forest Hills Campus to play some golf last week. Yeah, that Snoop Dogg. In town for a concert on the eve of the Masters, the venerable rapper...

Today: Augusta National to recruit for Masters Week

Want to work the Masters Tournament this April? Augusta National will present information sessions regarding their recruitment needs for Masters Week 2017 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. in the JSAC Ballroom on...

Moe’s CHOG donation honors golfer

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Augusta franchise owners of Moe’s Southwest Grill® are donating $2,000 to the Children’s Hospital of Georgia in honor of PGA golfer Bubba Watson. On a recent episode of the...

‘Amen Corner’ proposal goes viral

By now it’s no secret that the story of Augusta University sports information director Taylor Lamb’s proposal to his fiancé, Alyson Dukes, at “Amen Corner” during Monday’s practice round at the...

Surviving the pollen during Masters Week

Dr. Bill Dolen, Director of GRHealth’s Allergy-Immunology Laboratory, shares advice with WRDW on how golf patrons can survive the pollen during Masters week. Click here to view the article.