Live TV coverage of the tournament doesn't begin until 3 p.m. -- which should be around the time the No. 1 golfer is finishing his round.
The favorite to win this year's tournament takes time for the youngest ever to play in the event.
The former secretary of state is one of the first two women invited to join the club, site of this week's Masters.
Golfer and Oakley teamed up for something the company says is "pure Bubba."
In SFW terms, the world's No. 1 player told the world's formerly No. 1 player to get his game together.
By his own standards, no one can say he's back until he wins another major.