Sunday at The Masters, one of the greatest days in golf, and after moving day this is how the final four groups shaped up on the leaderboard… Hideki Matsuyama’s superb 65 on Saturday, including a sublime 30 on the back
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The Masters was back in its normal April slot after 2020’s version took place just five months ago in November, and this time around 10,000 patrons were also allowed into the grounds of Augusta, so that was very good as
It’s hard to remember a more confident and assured performance at Augusta National as Dustin Johnson’s back in November. In winning the 2020 Masters and his maiden Green Jacket, Johnson joined an illustrious list of golfers that have tamed Augusta
So Sunday at The Masters, always a special day in the golfing calendar, even if this year’s version was a lot different from ones gone before, but no doubt the golf would still throw up many stories and drama as
Day Three at the Masters began just like Day Two, with players looking to complete rounds leftover from the previous evening as the tournament was still playing catch up from the weather delay early on Day One. Rahm duly joined
Day Two at the Masters proved to be just as exciting as the first, with many players taking advantage of the receptive conditions to post some pretty low numbers for Masters golf. Patrick Cantlay, Danny Willett and Rory McIiroy all
Finally, after nineteen long months, the Masters returned to Augusta National for 2020 with its first-ever showing in the autumn months or ‘Fall’ as it’s called in the US. First of all, an amazing achievement to get this tournament this
Will Bryson DeChambeau repeat his US Open success at the US Masters? The way Bryson DeChambeau powered his way to victory at the US Open last month made many of his would-be doubters sit up and take notice at last.