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How Matsuyama conquered his first-tee nerves

How Matsuyama conquered his first-tee nerves

After his historic win at the 2021 Masters, Hideki Matsuyama (73) meets with the media to discuss what his victory means for golf in Japan and how he kept his cool in the final group.

Fatherhood helps Rahm keep things in perspective

Fatherhood helps Rahm keep things in perspective

Jon Rahm (66) saved his best for the final round at The Masters and leaves with his head held high.

Schauffele has 'no regrets' after triple-bogey

Schauffele has 'no regrets' after triple-bogey

Xander Schauffele (72) breaks down his triple-bogey on the 16th hole during his final round at The Masters and what he hopes to take from it moving forward.

Spieth excited to improve following Masters

Spieth excited to improve following Masters

Jordan Spieth (70) explains what he thought he did well at Augusta and why he is excited for the off weeks ahead after finishing tied for third at The Masters.

Zalatoris excited and frustrated by Masters finish

Zalatoris excited and frustrated by Masters finish

Will Zalatoris (70) reflects on his excitement about finishing runner-up in his first appearance in the Masters and explains his frustration about how close he was.

How Masters showed Matsuyama that he'd arrived

How Masters showed Matsuyama that he'd arrived

Hideki Matsuyama (65) is the leader after the third round at The Masters.

Justin Rose loses lead in third round as score stands pat

Rose loses lead in third round as score stands pat

Justin Rose (72) says that "everything changed a little bit" following the weather delay during the third round at The Masters.

Xander Schauffele in contention, playing 'really good golf'

Schauffele in contention, playing 'really good golf'

Xander Schauffele (68) believes that he has learned from his past mistakes at The Masters, as he sits four strokes back of Hideki Matsuyama in a four-way tie for second.

Lefty found the fun again in Round 3 at Augusta

Lefty found the fun again in Round 3 at Augusta

Phil Mickelson (69) says that he was lucky to have had an early tee time in the third round at The Masters.

Will Zalatoris plays well, not rewarded during third round

Zalatoris plays well, not rewarded during third round

Will Zalatoris (71) enters the final round of The Masters tied for second with three others who are four strokes back of leader Hideki Matsuyama.