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Matsuyama wins the Masters at Augusta

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Hideki Matsuyama has donned the coveted Masters green jacket after becoming the first male player from Japan to capture one of golf’s major championships.

Matsuyama made three bogeys in his final four holes but a closing one-over 73 was good enough for a one-shot victory at Augusta National.

The 29-year-old Matsuyama finished at 10-under 278 with tournament rookie Will Zalatoris second after a two-under 70.

Jordan Spieth (70) sealed his fifth top-five at Augusta with a share of third alongside Xander Schauffele (72) at seven under.

A charge from Marc Leishman never materialised with the Australian signing for a 73 to tie for fifth at six under with Jon Rahm, whose 66 was the best round…



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