On Golf: Masters Favorite? Dustin Johnson, With Plenty of Competition

On Golf: Masters Favorite? Dustin Johnson, With Plenty of Competition

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The men’s game is so deep that Jason Day, the recently dethroned world No. 1, who was not able to play here because of a double ear infection, was hardly missed. But count on Day to make his presence felt at the Masters, where he finished third in 2013 and tied for 10th last year.

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Jon Rahm of Spain, who briefly led Sunday, will try to become the first rookie to win the Masters since 1979.

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It’s hard to discount Hideki Matsuyama’s chances of becoming the first player from Japan to win the Masters. In eight tour starts in the 2016-17 season, he…



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