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Masters Minus The TV

As the first round of the Masters got underway, I only wish I could have kicked up my feet, snacked on a pimento-cheese sandwich and watched play in HD. Alas, this is the real world, where deadlines, meetings and to-dos take precedence over enjoying professional sports—however inconvenient that may be.



The Masters: Golf's Green Carpet

The Masters is like the Oscars of the golf world. Rather than a red carpet lined with media, shouting “Who are you wearing tonight?” the Master’s is a green carpet that stretches for 18 holes. Due to the enormity of eyes peering in on golf’s main stage, sponsors like Adidas and Ashworth carefully craft their player’s wardrobes each day of the tournament.


Weekend Getaways

Daydreams of the sun on your skin and wind in your hair are a sign that your mind, body and soul need a little rejuvenation. We know how taking vacations can throw you off schedule, but we insist that a weekend getaway should do the trick. We introduce you to four revitalizing destinations close to home, sure to recharge your body and invigorate your senses. Get ready to plan the perfect weekend getaway.

Skylofts at MGM Grand 



Pimento Cheese For The Masters, Please

If you didn’t score tickets to the Masters, authenticate your at-home viewing experience by snacking on Pimento Cheese Sandwiches (cue mouthwatering).


Masters Preview

As Tiger Woods drove down Magnolia Lane on Sunday in preparation for the Masters tournament, the historic entrance to Augusta National must have appeared in a different light than numerous years past.

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