Has the golfing world found its heir apparent in new Masters champion Jordan Spieth?
Masters records aplenty and the birth of one Severiano "Seve" Ballesteros Sota. There's no shortage of golf history to celebrate this week.
The Masters has always been one of golf's most gripping page-turners, and this week will be no different.
Jimmy Walker's PGA Tour transformation over the last 18 months has been something to behold.
A delighted Darren Clarke admits he can't wait to lead Europe in the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine in 2016.
At the recent Valspar Championship, Jordan Spieth proved exactly why he is considered one of the world's best young golfers.
Newly-crowned WGC-Cadillac champion Dustin Johnson's time away from the game seems to have done him a world of good.
Golfing fans in America haven't had much opportunity to see World No 1 Rory McIlroy in action this year, but that's about to change.
Europe's next Ryder Cup captain has been selected - Darren Clarke - and there seems little doubt he's the right man for the job.
The R&A have named Dame Laura Davies and Annika Sorenstam amongst its first seven honorary women members.