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.

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 has finished first or second four times. He has finished inside the top eight in his last two trips to Augusta.

No rookie has won the Masters since Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979, but no one will be surprised if Jon…



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