Tag Archives: 2014 Masters

Dec
31
2014
By Stephanie Wei under General

As 2014 comes to an end, let’s look back and reflect on WUP’s favorite moments and memories from our year in golf. Most of them are included in the picture/video above, but the best of them deserve to be accompanied by a paragraph or two. 

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Apr
29
2014
By Stephanie Wei under The Masters

As if you haven’t seen enough videos of me from the Masters, right? Well, here’s my “official” reel. Pass it along to your friends, particularly TV executives and producers!

The reel was meant to (and might still) include a byte from this standup, where I’m talking about a “Masters to forget” for Rory McIlroy…

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Apr
22
2014
By Stephanie Wei under The Masters

As I mentioned a couple of days ago, many of you have asked where you could see my TV work. Well, I have some of the raw footage we shot and I asked my producer from Fox Sports International (Asia) if I could post it — and great news, he gave me the go-ahead!

In the video above, it starts with some of the work I did on Friday, bounces to a piece from Saturday, and then goes backward from Thursday to Tuesday. Pardon the slides that are placeholders for the editors in the studio to insert the footage/b-roll.

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Apr
20
2014
By Stephanie Wei under The Masters
Bubba Watson celebrates with his caddie Teddy Scott

Bubba Watson celebrates with his caddie Teddy Scott

Hey, guys! Miss me? Sorry I’ve been MIA. It felt really weird not being able to write during the Masters last week, but I literally had no time after working 14-hour (-plus) days as an on-air reporter for Fox Sports International. Which was an incredible experience and one that I’ve pretty much dreamt of since I started this site five years ago — it was like seeing the culmination of all the hard work I’ve put in (but, of course, I still have a long ways to go!).

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Apr
9
2014
Ernie Els Phil Mickelson

Oldies but goodies

The pairings have been set for the first and second round of the Masters. Let’s see what the Green Jackets have put together for this year… Well, per usual, they’re not *that* intriguing, but there is one that’s fantastic. Yep, you’ve guessed it: Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Patrick “Top 5” Reed.

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Apr
7
2014
By Stephanie Wei under The Masters

Matt Jones told his caddie he was going to chip-in as they walked up the fairway of the 18th hole for the second time that day. Then, he did just that, holing a 42-yard chip (see above) for birdie to steal the Shell Houston Open from 54-hole leader Matt Kuchar.
It was magic for the second time on Sunday on the same hole for Jones. 

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Apr
3
2014
Countdown to the Masters...

Countdown to the Masters…

ESPN golf analysts Andy North, Curtis Strange and Paul Azinger participated in a media conference call today to discuss next week’s Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. They talked about Tiger Woods and his back surgery, the rising stars on the PGA Tour, their favorites for the year’s first major and much more. 

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Mar
31
2014
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Ready for the Masters? Let the countdown begin with GAME GOLF’s live Twitter Q&A on Tuesday at 5pm EST (for an hour). The event will be co-hosted by PGA Tour players and participants of the Masters, Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood and Jim Furyk, along with the company’s CEO John McGuire and several journalists, including yours truly. 

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Mar
25
2014
By Stephanie Wei under The Masters
Woods' back up in the air

Woods’ back up in the air

Tiger Woods still isn’t sure if he will be able to play in the Masters in two weeks time due to his nagging back injurywhich is reportedly a bulging disk.

On Monday he made an appearance at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. to give an announcement regarding the future of his tournament, but he also spoke about whether he’d be ready to compete at Augusta National, according to multiple reports.

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