Bryson DeChambeau sets early pace at The Masters

Bryson DeChambeau leads by one from Scottie Scheffler after a storm-shortened first day at the Masters. The LIV golfer finished seven under par but world number one Scheffler showed ominous touch in his bogey-free 66. Rory McIlroy hit a 71 and defending champion Jon Rahm a one-over 73, while Tiger Woods was one of 27 players whose rounds were curtailed by darkness.

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Scottie Scheffler holds his nerve to win The Masters

Scottie Scheffler emphatically underlined his status as world number one by claiming his first major title in the 86th Masters at Augusta National. Scheffler survived early pressure from Cameron Smith and then kept a charging Rory McIlroy at bay to win for a remarkable fourth time in his last six events.

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Scheffler stutters as Smith closes gap to three ahead of final round – The Masters

Scottie Scheffler will take a three-shot lead into the final round of the 86th Masters as he bids to cement his position as world number one with a first major title. The American did falter on the back nine allowing Australian Cameron Smith to reduce the gap to just three strokes.

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Scheffler five clear as wind shakes up the pack on day 2 – The Masters

Scottie Scheffler takes a five stroke lead into the weekend at The Masters as windy conditions shook up the pack. Four players sit in second place including former champions Charl Schwartzel, Hideki Matsuyama, Ireland’s Shane Lowry and Sungjae Im.

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Sung-jae Im sets the early pace at The Masters

Sung-jae Im holds a one-shot lead after a five-under-par 67 in the first round of the Masters one stroke ahead of Cameron Smith. Much of the attention on the opening day was on the return of Tiger Woods who carded a promising round of one under par to remain in the hunt.

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