The world’s top golfers are on the course as the US Masters gets underway at Augusta, the first major of the season.
Australian Adam Scott believes the days of the successful older golfer are coming to an end as fresh talent emerges.
“It certainly seems like there are only a few players who have been very dominant over 40 years old, and it’s probably going to be harder, too, as the young 20 somethings are better and better. That’s probably a trend that’s going to continue to happen. My window might not be closing, but it’s not wide open, either.”
The quest for a second straight green jacket begins now for
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Jordan Speith, a mere 23-years-old, is the man to beat; the two times major winner will take nothing for granted as he opens his shoulders in defence of his title on the superb course.
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