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Who is Hideki Matsuyama? Joe Biden calls 29-year-old golfer a 'Japanese boy' at presser with PM Yoshihide Suga

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That record, coming at the young age of 29, has drawn the attention of the entire golf world and the Japanese people. No wonder then, President Biden was keen to mention him in his remarks at the Rose Garden. Here's a look at the life and successes of one of Japan's greatest sportspersons. 
Hideki Matsuyama of Japan plays his shot from the 14th tee during the third round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 10, 2021 in Augusta, Georgia. (Getty Images)
Who is Hideki Matsuyama?
Born in February 1992, Matsuyama began a life-long love with golf at the tender age of four, thanks to his father. However, his skills really blossomed during his time at boarding school and university. In 2010, he became the first Japanese amateur at Augusta National after a win at the Asian Amateur championship. At the 2011 Masters, he snagged the Silver Cup, awarded to the lowest scoring amateur. 

Canadian Corey Conners surges into lead at PGA Tour's RBC Heritage

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Conners surges into lead at RBC Heritage
Canada's Corey Conners notched six birdies on his back nine to take the lead after his second round of the RBC Heritage on Friday. Conners, from Listowel, Ont, shot a 7-under 64 to reach 11 under overall at the halfway mark of the PGA Tour event.
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HILTON HEAD, S.C. — Canada's Corey Conners notched six birdies on his back nine to take the lead after his second round of the RBC Heritage on Friday.
Conners, from Listowel, Ont, shot a 7-under 64 to reach 11 under overall at the halfway mark of the PGA Tour event.

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Canadian Corey Conners surges into lead at PGA Tour's RBC Heritage
Corey Conners, of Canada, hits out of a bunker on the seventh hole during the final round of the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Ga., Sunday, April 11, 2021. Conners notched six birdies on his back nine to take the lead after his second round of the RBC Heritage on Friday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Matt Slocum
April 16, 2021 - 10:43 AM
HILTON HEAD, S.C. - Canada's Corey Conners notched six birdies on his back nine to take the lead after his second round of the RBC Heritage on Friday.
Conners, from Listowel, Ont, shot a 7-under 64 to reach 11 under overall at the halfway mark of the PGA Tour event.

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Matt Fitzpatrick dives deep into stats to get the most from his game

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Matt Fitzpatrick dives deep into stats to get the most from his game
April 13, 2021
 
Matt Fitzpatrick’s love for Harbour Town Golf Links
As with any advancement, there are skeptics. Especially if this new technology creates added work for an unproven benefit. It can be even harder when college kids, some of whom struggle just to make their bed, are the ones being asked to put in the extra effort.
That was what Northwestern golf coach Pat Goss realized during his first foray into advanced statistics for his college team. 
Teams had been collecting simple stats like fairways hit and greens in regulation for years. Those are of little value, however. Goss was an early adopter of Strokes Gained and knew these new analytics could help his players. But without ShotLink, players needed to record detailed data for every stroke. They needed to pace off their putts, record exact distances and then enter all that data after the round. Guessing wasn’t good enough. 

Justin Rose fades away but leaves his mark on Augusta thanks to 11 magical holes

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Justin Rose fades away but leaves his mark on Augusta thanks to 11 magical holes
Where one Briton departed with a bit of a sour taste, another up-and-coming star, Robert MacIntyre, left with a hop and a skip
12 April 2021 • 12:29am
Justin Rose finished his tournament in style
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He battled to the very final hole but the truth is, in the end, that's what it felt like: a battle. After that sensational opening round of 65, when he went nine-under for his last 11 holes, the final three rounds of the 2021 Masters were a grind for Justin Rose.
The 2013 US Open champion performed heroics to hang in there for as long as he did. Some of his saves on the back nine on Saturday, in particular, were spectacular. But with Hideki Matsuyama relentless in his quest to become the first Japanese man to win a major, and Will Zalatoris and Xander Schauffele also pulling clear, grinding out pars was never going to cut it. 

Bryson DeChambeau sits atop Comcast Business TOUR TOP 10

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Bryson DeChambeau sits atop Comcast Business TOUR TOP 10
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Bryson DeChambeau’s radical transformation of his body, and his game, has already paid huge dividends.
He is the only player to win multiple times this season, including his first major championship thanks to his dominant performance in the U.S. Open at Winged Foot in September. He also won the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard, where his gargantuan tee shots were once again a huge asset and created a spectacle, especially on Bay Hill’s crescent-shaped sixth hole.
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After winning two of the most prestigious titles on the PGA TOUR, DeChambeau is in line to potentially earn another honor. His success has him atop the rankings in the Comcast Business TOUR TOP 10.

The Masters: Justin Rose leads after first round at Augusta National

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The Masters: Justin Rose leads after first round at Augusta National
By Sporting Life
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England's Justin Rose leads the Masters by four shots after a brilliant first round amid difficult conditions at Augusta National.
The former US Open winner produced by far the best round of the day, his 65 some four shots better than the pick of the morning scores and fully six clear of his fellow afternoon starters, among whom Jordan Spieth, Jason Kokrak Tyrrell Hatton and Shane Lowry were the only others to break par.
Rose himself was two-over for the tournament through seven holes, but played the remainder of the round in nine-under to burst clear at the top of what had been a congested leaderboard.

US Masters: Justin Rose holds narrow lead as frustrated Rory McIlroy bows out

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US Masters: Justin Rose holds narrow lead as frustrated Rory McIlroy bows out
Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth among the big names stacking up behind the leader
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Marc Leishman hits his second to the 13th. Photo: Justin Lane/EPA
Rory McIlroy was well out of sorts in missing the cut. Photo: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images
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There is an old adage about those prone to aches and ailments getting wrapped in cotton wool for their own protection. Such self-preservation featured in Justin Rose’s build-up to this 85th edition of the Masters tournament and, so far, that approach would appear to have worked in the Englishman’s quest to add a green jacket to his wardrobe.

Masters 2021: Justin Rose takes four-shot lead on day one

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Masters 2021: Justin Rose leads as Rory McIlroy, Bryson DeChambeau and Lee Westwood struggle
By Alex BysouthBBC Sport
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-2 P Reed (US), W Zalatoris (US), W Simpson (US), C Bezuidenhout (SA)
Selected others: -1 T Hatton (Eng), J Spieth (US);
+1 P Casey (Eng), J Thomas (US);
+2 D Johnson (US), T Fleetwood (Eng), R MacIntyre (Sco), I Poulter (Eng);
+4 R McIlroy (NI), B DeChambeau (US);
+6 L Westwood (Eng)
England's Justin Rose hit a sensational seven-under-par 65 to open a four-shot lead on the opening day of the Masters.
Two-time runner-up Rose was two over after seven, but an eagle followed by seven birdies saw the 40-year-old accelerate clear at Augusta National.

Round 1 review: The Masters

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THE LEADER
Justin Rose (65): He was 2 over par for his first seven holes but played his next 10 holes in 9 under par, including an eagle at the par-5 eighth hole. Rose has had success at Augusta National – including two runner-up finishes – but this round was a bit unexpected. Not only was Augusta National playing difficult, but this was his first competitive round since he withdrew with an injury halfway through last month’s Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. Rose entered this week ranked 164th in the FedExCup, with just two top-25s (and no top-10s) in seven starts this season.

The Masters: Justin Rose charges into four-shot lead with commanding first-round 65

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Azaleas frame the 16th green on Monday.
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(CNN)Amid the azaleas and magnolias of Augusta National, it was a Rose who flourished during the first round of golf's Masters.
Justin Rose raced into a four-shot lead on Thursday thanks to a superb back nine that saw him finish on seven-under par.
Despite being two-over after seven holes, the Englishman rallied and hit an eagle on the eighth and seven birdies between the ninth and 17th to close four shots ahead of second-placed Brian Harman and Hideki Matsuyama.
The first round also saw a number of pre-tournament contenders struggle.

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Toronto South: Tampa area is home to Blue Jays and Raptors with TFC nearby too

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We the North? More like Toronto South.
Border restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic have forced several Canadian teams to play so-called home games in the United States. In an odd quirk — and an unexpected treat for snowbirds and sports fans in the state — Toronto teams have set up shop in Florida on a temporary basis.
Lee Godfrey lived in the Ontario capital for 18 years before moving to Florida six years ago. The longtime Blue Jays/TFC fan lives about an hour's drive from Dunedin in Bradenton, Fla. — where Canada's men's soccer team recently held a camp and played a World Cup qualifying game.

The Masters 2021 Predictions: Best Odds, Picks and Sleepers for Augusta National

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The Masters 2021 Predictions: Best Odds, Picks and Sleepers for Augusta National
On 4/7/21 at 5:44 AM EDT
The first major of the golf season gets underway on Thursday at Augusta National, Georgia, when The Masters reclaims its traditional April slot.
The coronavirus pandemic forced organizers to held tournament in November last year, meaning the world's best golfers will be back on Augusta's pristine greens less than six months since Dustin Johnson claimed the Green Jacket.
The world No. 1, Johnson arrives at The Masters as the bookmakers' favorite as he aims to become only the fourth player in history to win at Augusta in consecutive years.

Dustin Johnson and those after his Masters crown – 5 players to watch at Augusta

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DeChambeau dominated the build-up to November’s Masters after blasting his way to a six-shot win in the US Open two months earlier. Claiming that he viewed the course as a par 67 due to his length off the tee meant there was an element of schadenfreude to the reaction to his eventual tie for 34th, but DeChambeau has pledged to maintain his attacking approach and won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March before finishing third in the Players Championship. A new driver with reportedly just 4.5 degrees of loft could produce more feats of prodigious hitting to dismay the traditionalists.
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Toronto South: Tampa area is home to Blue Jays and Raptors with TFC nearby too

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We the North? More like Toronto South.
Border restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic have forced several Canadian teams to play so-called home games in the United States. In an odd quirk — and an unexpected treat for snowbirds and sports fans in the state — Toronto teams have set up shop in Florida on a temporary basis.
Lee Godfrey lived in the Ontario capital for 18 years before moving to Florida six years ago. The longtime Blue Jays/TFC fan lives about an hour's drive from Dunedin in Bradenton, Fla. — where Canada's men's soccer team recently held a camp and played a World Cup qualifying game.

Woods Was Driving Almost 90 Mph When He Crashed SUV Near LA

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Woods Was Driving Almost 90 Mph When He Crashed SUV Near LA
LOS ANGELES—Tiger Woods was driving nearly 90 mph—twice the posted speed limit—on a downhill stretch of road when he lost control of an SUV outside Los Angeles and crashed in a wreck that left the golf superstar seriously injured, authorities said Wednesday.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva blamed the Feb. 23 crash solely on excessive speed and Woods’ loss of control behind the wheel. The athlete will not face any citations for his third high-profile collision in 11 years.
“The primary causal factor for this traffic collision was driving at a speed unsafe for the road conditions and the inability to negotiate the curve of the roadway,” the sheriff told a news conference.

Bryson DeChambeau: The beefy, self-obsessed, Trump-loving weirdo who's changing golf.

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In March, in the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, Bryson DeChambeau tried something no golfer had ever pulled off in a PGA Tour round. The crowd gathering behind the sixth tee anticipated he might go for it, because he’d teased it in practice rounds earlier that week. “Let the big dog eat!” someone yelled. “He’s aiming that way,” another guy said to his friends. And when DeChambeau pulled the driver from his bag, the murmuring gallery roared.
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The sixth hole is a 555-yard par 5, with a hard dogleg around a lake about 280 yards out. Because even the best players in the world don’t hit drives much longer than 300 yards, the only option is to drive the ball straight to set up a long second shot––or to cut a corner over a relatively small sliver of the lake, which still leaves a titanic second shot to the green.

Masters Betting: Jordan Spieth Top Liability for Oddsmakers


The Masters returns this week to its traditional April time slot, and Jordan Spieth, who donned the green jacket in 2015, presents oddsmakers with their largest liability.
Jordan Spieth pumps his fist after winning his first PGA Tour event in more than three years. He now arrives at Augusta National as a Masters’ favorite, and a great concern for oddsmakers. (Image: Getty)
Spieth exploded onto the PGA Tour in 2013 with his first win, and two years later became a major winner at the age of 21 with a victory at Augusta National. The Texan won the US Open that same year and added The Open Championship to his future Hall of Fame resume in 2017.

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