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  1. What's In My Bag: Hideki Matsuyama

    What’s In My Bag Hideki Matsuyama 2021 The Masters Hideki Matsuyama made history by becoming the first player from Japan to win The Masters after scoring a one shot victory over American Will Zalatoris. The Japanese star’s latest success at Augusta National Golf Club arrives a decade after he claimed the low amateur award at his debut

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  2. Matsuyama Creates History at The Masters

    PGA TOUR The Masters Matsuyama Creates History at The Masters Hideki Matsuyama scored his maiden major victory winning The Masters by one shot. The 29-year-old is the first male golfer from Japan to become a major champion. Matsuyama made his debut at The Masters in 2011 when he was the low amateur aged 19. He is the seventh low amateur at

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  3. The Masters: Feature Holes...Amen Corner

    The Masters Feature Holes...Amen Corner Amen Corner. It’s the nickname coined by author Herbert Warren Wind in 1958 to describe the 11th, 12th and 13th holes at Augusta National Golf Club—arguably golf’s most famous and picturesque three-hole stretch. Wind used the term to explain where some of the most exciting golf had taken place at the

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  4. Go Figure: 18 The Masters Facts

    Go Figure 18 The Masters Facts After taking out the US$70,000 option on a 365-acre property called Fruitland Nurseries in Augusta, Georgia, legendary golfer Bobby Jones and astute investment banker Clifford Roberts realised their dream to establish a member-based golf club. Augusta National Golf Club was designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie and

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  5. What's In My Bag: Jordan Spieth

    What’s In My Bag Jordan Spieth 2021 Valero Texas Open Jordan Spieth fired a superb final round 6-under 66 to win the Valero Texas Open. The 27-year-old American covered TPC San Antonio Oaks Course in 18-under for the four rounds to claim a two shot victory. Spieth, who is a Titleist staff player, poured in 24 birdies for the

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  6. Spieth Wins Valero Texas Open

    PGA TOUR Valero Texas Open Spieth Wins Valero Texas Open Jordan Spieth returned to the winner’s circle after claiming the Valero Texas Open by two shots at TPC San Antonio Oaks Course. It was 27-year-old’s first win in 83 starts on the PGA Tour since winning The Open Championship in 2017. Spieth put away his 12th PGA Tour title and maiden

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  7. What's In My Bag: Matt Jones

    What’s In My Bag Matt Jones 2021 The Honda Classic Australian Matt Jones scored a stunning five-shot win at The Honda Classic. The 40-year-old from Sydney, managed his game with ease in gusty conditions in Florida to produce his second PGA Tour title. The Jack Nicklaus-designed PGA National Champion Course demands precision shot-

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  8. Aussie Jones Cruises to Honda Classic Win

    PGA Tour The Honda Classic Aussie Jones Cruises to Honda Classic Win Australian Matt Jones scored an emphatic five-shot victory at the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The 40-year-old’s dominant performance produced the equal largest margin of victory in the event’s 49 years. Jones, who was

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  9. What's In My Bag: Justin Thomas

    What’s In My Bag Justin Thomas 2021 The PLAYERS Championship Justin Thomas won The PLAYERS Championship in record-breaking style. The 27-year-old American, who is a Titleist brand ambassador, produced a ball-striking clinic to overcome Lee Westwood by one shot. "I am so happy to be a PLAYERS champion," Thomas said after collecting his 14th

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  10. Thomas Wins The PLAYERS

    PGA Tour The PLAYERS Championship Thomas Wins The PLAYERS Justin Thomas came from outside the cut line after 27 holes to score a remarkable narrow one-shot victory to claim The PLAYERS Championship at The Stadium Course, TPC Sawgrass. The 27-year-old American trailed by seven shots after 36 holes to produce the equal biggest comeback

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