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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 281
MASTERS STORIES SPIETH’S SUPREMACY For a while there, Jordan Spieth’s relationship with Augusta National appeared impenetrable. He equalled Tiger Woods’ 72-hole scoring record (270) when he won in 2015 – and he bracketed that victory with a pair of runner-ups. But the latter of those two second-place finishes, featuring his collapse at the 12th hole, will sting him for years to come. Spieth’s biggest strength is his putting and ability to avoid bogies. But he has fallen well away in that regard in 2018. So is he still the man to beat at Augusta? AWESOME FOURSOME Having finally broken a victory drought extending back to his last major win at the 2013 Open Championship, Phil Mickelson arrives at Augusta full of confidence. Mickelson’s win was his fourth consecutive top-six finish, and the three-time champion knows Augusta National like few others. If successful, ‘Lefty’ would join three of the greatest players of all time – Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods – as Masters winners on four or more occasions. The 47-year-old would also rewrite the record books and replace Jack Nicklaus as the oldest Masters winner.
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