Trevor Immelman feels so at home at Augusta National Golf Club that he could play the Masters Tournament with one hand tied behind his back. Good thing, because he pretty much has been forced to do just that since winning his green jacket in 2008.
Trevor Immelman had a short, direct answer on whether his chances of winning another green jacket are now beyond him.
Excuse Trevor Immelman if he seems to be looking over his shoulder and wondering, "What's next?" Only 30 years old, the 2008 Masters Tournament champion has already experienced more ebb and flow than most grizzled veterans.
Trevor Immelman might have hoped for a triumphant return to Augusta National Golf Club a year after he had an opening-round 68 on the way to winning his green jacket.
Come Sunday, Trevor Immelman might have the chance to become only the fourth Masters Tournament winner to repeat as champion.
Gary Player has been attending the Champions Dinner since 1962, but tonight will stand out for the three-time Masters Tournament champion.
Gary Player is the most inspirational influence for South African golfers. For Trevor Immelman, that inspiration is a little more personal than others.
The 2008 Masters Tournament was Trevor Immelman's from beginning to end.
Trevor Immelman set a record in 2008 by playing Augusta National's par-4s in 10-under fashion, becoming only the second Masters champion to perform better on the par-4s than on the par-5s.
Carminita Immelman had very strict travel restrictions for the men in her life.
Gary Player was widely criticized for choosing Trevor Immelman as one of his two captain's picks for the 2005 International Team in the Presidents Cup. Immelman was unjustly branded as having received a free two-year pass onto the PGA Tour with the selection.
Trevor Immelman has had many brushes with influential golfers, apart from his mentor Gary Player.
It's a four-hour drive across Georgia from Columbus to Augusta, and Mark Immelman was agonizing the whole way about what to do.
South Africa's Trevor Immelman will make a better Masters Tournament champion than oddsmaker.
Masters Tournament champion Trevor Immelman's final tee shot Sunday found a rare dirt patch in an Augusta National Golf Club fairway.
Gary Player has been waiting on the other side of the Champions Locker Room door for 47 years, hoping that a countryman would walk through to join him.
The house where Trevor Immelman grew up is a five-minute drive from the Cape of Good Hope on the southern tip of Africa.
Trevor Immelman remains four shots clear of the field in the 72nd Masters Tournament as the leaders play Amen Corner at Augusta National Golf Club.
"You don't ever get a break like that."
No one blinked when Tiger Woods roared up the leaderboard and into contention in the third round of the Masters Tournament on Saturday.
The Masters Tournament doesn't issue IOUs. Countryman Ernie Els can attest to that.
AUGUSTA - Even with Tiger on the prowl, Trevor Immelman stuck to open spaces in the third round of the 72nd Masters Tournament.
Trevor Immelman reclaimed the top spot on the Masters leaderboard Saturday, looking to give himself a little breathing room with Tiger Woods looming.
Who says you need years of experience around Augusta National Golf Club to contend in the Masters Tournament?
As one of golf's biggest names staked his claim on the leaderboard, first-round co-leader Trevor Immelman held the lead midway through the second round of the 72nd Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.