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Topic - Guan Tianlang
Lee Chang-woo of South Korea is one round away from playing in the Masters.
Hideki Matsuyama became the second player this year to get a one-shot penalty for the slow play in a major.
Guan Tianlang, the 14-year-old Chinese amateur, continues to add to his scrapbook of incredible feats.
Guan Tianlang, the 14-year-old Chinese amateur who made history at Augusta National, is bringing his game to Jack Nicklaus' backyard.
Guan Tianlang was constantly tossing grass up in the air trying to get a feel for the swirling winds. He was often shaking his head.
Twelve-year-old amateur Ye Wocheng has become the youngest player ever to compete in a European Tour event, shooting a 7-over 79 on Thursday in the first round of the China Open.
First the Masters at age 14. Now the European Tour at 12.
Maybe winning really does take care of everything.
Jason Day was having a g'day at the Masters,, and if he can finish it off, there's going to be quite a celebration Down Under.
It's back to homework for 14-year-old Guan Tianlang. After closing with a 75 for a 12-over total at the Masters, Guan says he's got some studying to do, including math, science, history and English. As for his first Augusta experience, he says "the whole week was great for me. I really enjoyed it and had fun."
It was a forgettable Masters for Lefty. Phil Mickelson closed a tough week with 1-over 73 in the final round. That leaves him at 9-over 297 _ his second-worst score in the 20 times he's made the Masters cut. The only year he went higher was in 2007, when Mickelson shot a 299 in much tougher conditions.
No matter what the leaderboard says, Guan Tianlang leaves the Masters a winner.
Guan Tianlang will surely remember his first trip to the Masters.
Guan Tianlang didn't need the school books he brought to America to learn two important life lessons in the Masters.
History is one of Guan Tianlang's favorite subjects in school.
DUBLIN, OHIO (AP) - Guan Tianlang, the 14-year-old Chinese amateur, continues to add to his scrapbook of incredible feats.
"I think I played a pretty good round today," he said. "It's a pretty tough course. The greens got pretty bumpy in the afternoon."