The Masters

7 ways Australian Golf Fans can prepare for The Masters

It’s Masters week and we’ve got a few tips on how best to prepare yourself for the first major golf tournament of the year.

The Masters Tournament, the first major on the golf calendar is now just a few days away. But despite Augusta National being halfway around the globe and most of golf played in the middle of the night, Australian golf fans still have a bunch of different ways to engage with the tournament.

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Countdown to Augusta: The 2024 Masters Tournament teaser video

The 2024 Masters Tournament is less than a month away and spring is in the air at Augusta National.

As the countdown to the 2024 Masters Tournament (April 11-14) ticks down, golf fans eagerly anticipate the upcoming showdown at Augusta National Golf Club. With under a month to go, tournament organizers released a tantalizing teaser video, heightening the prestigious event’s excitement.

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Jon Rahm becomes fourth Spaniard to win The Masters

The birthday of the late Seve Ballesteros brought further Spanish success at Augusta National as the Aussie brigade struggled through a gruelling final day at The Masters.

Media release via Australian Golf Media

On the 40th anniversary of Ballesteros’s second Masters’ win and on the day he would have turned 66, Jon Rahm became the fourth Spaniard to be awarded the green jacket with a near flawless final round of three-under 69.

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Strong winds felled three pine trees during second round of The Masters

Three huge trees fell during The Masters and it’s remarkable that no patrons were injured.

The scary moment a group of trees almost fell on spectators at The Masters.

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Jason Day leads strong Aussie charge at The Masters

Two late birdies and a clutch par save on 18 have put Jason Day within two strokes of the lead after Round 1 of The Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.

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Three of the five Aussies in the field are under par and inside the top 20 through day one, Day’s five-under 67 putting him within two of co-leaders Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka and Viktor Hovland, all of whom opened with seven-under 65s.

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Aussies united in Masters preparation

Five Australians are in the Masters field this week and the debutant has already had a dream come true.

New South Wales amateur Harrison Crowe realised a boyhood dream on Tuesday at Augusta National when he joined Cameron Smith and Adam Scott for a practice round.

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