Dustin Johnson felt he was still dreaming after being presented with his greenjacket for winning the Masters by defending champion Tiger Woods. Johnsonrecovered from a somewhat shaky start to card a final round of 68 at AugustaNational and win his second major title by five shots from Cameron Smith andSungjae Im. The world number one’s winning total of 20 under par set a newtournament record, beating the previous best of 18 under set by Woods in 1997and equalled by Jordan Spieth in 2015.
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Almost 600 days have passed since Tiger Woods won his 15th major title but thepassing of time has done little to suppress the emotion of that incredibleMasters triumph. “I’m still getting chills just thinking about it,” Woods saidin his pre-tournament press conference. “(The) feelings, coming up 18 andknowing that all I have to do is just two putt that little 15 footer and tosee my family there and my mom and my kids and all of the people that helpedsupport me or were there for me in the tough times. “And I was walking upthere trying not to lose it, and still saying, ‘hey, I’ve still got to twoputt this’.” Woods said at the time he relished the way his life had come“full circle” after celebrating his long-awaited victory with his children atAugusta National.
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The Australian Open might as well be decided by the 'toss of a coin' according to Alexander Zverev as the German and Novak Djokovic urge the authorities help the players as much as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.