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Sergio Garcia Earns His Master’s Degree at Augusta

Date: 14 April 2017
Category: Current Events, Homophones

Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose put on a masterful performance last weekend in the 81st Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.

The tide turned for Garcia on the 17th hole when Rose made a bogey. Both players then proceeded to par No. 18, so at the end of regulation they were tied at nine under par.

A sudden death playoff began on the 18th tee, and Garcia did a tidy job like a master mechanic, keeping his drive right in the center of the fairway, while Rose got into the trees on his tee shot and was forced to chip out. García’s approach shot was 12 feet from the hole, while Rose landed 14 feet from the pin. After Rose missed his putt and made a bogey 5, García made a master stroke for his birdie 3 to win his first career major championship in his 19th Masters appearance and 74th major championship, the most by any player before their first win.

Master of Ceremonies, Billy Payne, proclaimed Garcia the champion for his weekend masterpiece of golf.


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