We look back on the opening men's Major of 2021 where Hideki Matsuyama triumphed to become Japan's first ever male Major winner
Listen To Our Masters Review Podcast
We round up all of the events from Augusta National where Hideki Matsuyama became Japan’s first ever male Major champion with his Masters triumph. We discuss Hideki, Zalatoris, Rose, Rory and more plus debate whether the TV coverage needs to improve for 2022. All that and more – enjoy!
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The success story of the week for our sponsor Titleist was no doubt from tournament debutante and Brand Ambassador Will Zalatoris.
Not only did he trust 13 Titleist clubs, including the new TSi3 driver, T100 irons and Vokey SM8 wedges, but he also had a Pro V1 golf ball in play. Resulting in him being the only player to post all four rounds under par at Augusta National last week and, with his solo second finish, he achieved the best finish by a Masters rookie since 1982.
Zalatoris was also second in Greens in Regulation and led the field in Par 4 scoring. Continuing the kind of consistency that has seen him tie for the most top-10 finishes (16) by any player across the worldwide professional tours since the beginning of 2020.
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