2021 MASTERS Matsuyama on brink of Masters glory after glorious 65

Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama put himself on the threshold of Masters Tournament history after a stunning 7-under 65 in the third round fired him into a four-shot lead at Augusta National on Saturday.

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No Asian golfer has slipped on the famous green jacket awarded annually to the Masters champion and the 29-year-old gave himself the best opportunity following a sublime inward 30 featuring four birdies and an eagle.

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2021 MASTERS: Australian TV and streaming times

The free-to-air, Pay-TV and streaming options in Australia for the 2021 Masters Tournament.

Just five months after the last patron-less Masters Tournament that saw Dustin Johnson win his first green jacket comes another one with the 2021 edition teeing off this Thursday, April 8.

Five Australians have been invited into the field this week; Adam Scott, Jason Day, Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman and Matt Jones courtesy of his victory at the Honda Classic a few weeks ago.

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Watch all of the worst shots from the 2020 Masters

Even the world’s best golfers can hack it around from time to time.

You hate to see anyone play a bad golf shot, but there is something extremely satisfying about this lowlights package of some of the worst golf shots from the 2020 Masters.

If anything it’s a great reminder that even the world’s best can also play the type of golf shots we play every weekend.

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Tiger Woods “didn’t commit to the wind” and makes a 10 at The Masters

Tiger Woods found himself with a 10 on his card but he finished off the 2020 Masters like a champion.

Tiger Woods wasn’t going to go back-to-back at the 2020 Masters Tournament, but he wasn’t playing poorly either.

Arriving at Amen Corner during the final round, Woods was at 3-under for the tournament and eyeing off a top-20 finish.

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Watch every shot from Dustin Johnson’s final round at the 2020 Masters

Dustin Johnson’s final round 4-under 68 meant he’d claimed his first-ever green jacket by a whopping five strokes, and breaking the all-time 72-hole tournament record in the process.

After a shaky start that included two consecutive bogeys that saw Sungjae Im and Cameron Smith close to within two shots, Dustin Johnson steadied his round and cruised to a five-stroke victory at the 2020 Masters.

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