"If winning the Masters inspires little children to think that they too can now win the Masters, then that makes me extremely happy. I'd be thrilled if other athletes and kids look at golf and want to get better," said Matsuyama
After missing 18 cuts in a row having last collected a weekend paycheque at last July’s Austrian Open, the Dubliner carded a two-over par round of 74 to make the cut on the number at even. Onwards and upwards, Gav!
James Sugrue will tee-up at the Challenge Tour’s Swedish double-header – firstly at the Range Servant Challenge in Malmö from May 13-16 before tackling the Dormy Open at Österåkers Golfklubb from May 19-22