Well I must say after watching as much of the Masters as I could possible fit into my weekend it was defiantly one for the record books. A 14 year old competed and made the cut being the youngest golfer to ever do this! I just hope this gives you young viewers the motivation you need to get out on the links and give it your best. An Australian won the Masters and became the first Aussie to ever win the Masters. I love watching Adam Scott play it’s his coolness and his concentration that has me watching him day after day. His ability to smile and joke around has me in awe. The way he handled himself in the playoff really goes to show you that at age 32 he has it all.
Then there was the controversy over Tiger Woods and the 2 stroke penalty assessed and him not being disqualified. Leave your comments below on what you think should be done and I will address it in my next post. All in all the Masters was nothing short of drama which allows us to be glued to our TVs on Sunday for 6 hours and not feel guilty about it at all. I love the fact that it went to a playoff it just goes to show you how hard this tournament is to win.
Adam Scott said in an interview following this win: “Well, it was a split-second I thought I’d won,” he said. “You never count your chickens, but that’s the putt we’ve seen so many guys make to win — O’Meara comes to mind — and it was time to step and see what I was made of.” If you didn’t really know who Adam Scott was before the Masters then you were seriously missing out. I have been a fan of him for years and just wanted him to win that big tournament to get his name in there with the greats!
Hope you enjoyed the Masters coverage!! Stay tuned for more posts following up on incidents / wardrobes from the 2013 Masters.