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There was a time not long ago when Britain's golfers ruled Augusta National like no other country. Now, the latest group of talented Brits is determined to end the empire's 17-year drought at the Masters.
Nick Faldo doubts he’ll ever play in the Masters Tournament again.
Guan Tianlang played a practice round at Augusta National with Ben Crenshaw on Monday. He has a round set up for Tuesday with Tom Watson, and he wants to play the Par 3 Tournament with Nick Faldo.
Guan Tianlang is in good company this week at Augusta National.
An area to the right of Augusta National Golf Club’s 10th fairway will be a popular spot to visit when practice rounds for the 77th Masters Tournament begin. It’s the site of the latest addition to the tournament’s long list of famous shots.
Before most of the iconic shots that Masters Tournament champions have made en route to the green jacket, there was Sandy Lyle’s fairway bunker shot on No. 18 that set up a birdie to win in 1988.
Bubba Watson held his right arm out to his side and hung his head as his tee shot sailed toward the woods to the right of the 10th fairway at Augusta National. For a moment, it looked as though he would be the latest victim of what perennially is the toughest hole at the Masters.