You'll find there are a lot more things to do in the city that do not involve watching drives and putts. Start with this list of travel ideas for Augusta, Ga., none of which require a ticket into the Masters.
Nearly four decades after the Three Mile Island accident, nuclear power remains expensive, dangerous, and too radioactive for Wall Street. The industry won't grow unless the U.S. government props it up and the public bears the risks.
If viewers have access to the many, many hours that constitute the first 63 holes, what's the point of a scintillating Sunday back-nine if you've already seen the players grind their way around the long and challenging course three times?