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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 141 - Masters Wrap
MANY PARTS of a Masters win Piecing together the WORDS BY ADRIAN BALLANTYNE LET’S NOT TRY TO OVERSELL THINGS HERE. Winning the Masters isn’t the treasure trove at the end of some impossible, mystical quest. It’s a golf tournament, where the player who nails his yardage, manages the pressure and his emotions, and takes the least number of shots, wins. It’s not necessarily the rocket science equation that most of the PGA Tour’s pros make it out to be. Adam Scott fiddled with his equipment, Rory McIlroy changed his Masters lead-in for the umpteenth time, while Tiger Woods tried to string together some meaningful practice and fix the many broken parts of his ailing game. Other players used every strategy under the sun to try to capture their best form for this most important of weeks. Spieth simply started posting winning scores and never stopped. Here’s how his brilliant Masters victory came together:
OTG Express 140 - The Masters
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