Michael Cunningham: Could this be Matsuyama’s year to break through and win Masters?

In my mind, Hideki Matsuyama is much older than 29. Athletes like him can alter the perception of time because they become so good while so young and stay good. Matsuyama has won some big tournaments and been on a lot of leaderboards. It seems to me that he’s been a PGA Tour regular much longer than eight years. That’s why I was surprised to learn Matsuyama never led after any round of the Masters in seven previous starts as a pro at Augusta National. He finished 14th or better four times and hovered around the lead. But he never had a piece of it once all scores are posted. That didn’t change…

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