All Eyes On Augusta
Once again, Augusta hosts the first Major of the year -- The 2013 US Masters. All eyes will be on Rory McIlroy as he makes his Major debut as a Nike eyewear athlete. Meanwhile, rival Tiger Woods is in devastating form as he chases his fifth Masters title. Both are expected to lead the charge for the hallowed green jacket when play gets under way on 11th April.
Justin Rose will also fancy his chances this year. A consistent run of results has seen the 32 year-old Englishman soar to third in the world rankings. With his adidas sunglasses providing him with a clear view of the course, Rose has reason to be confident too. We can't wait to see who'll emerge victorious after the final round 14th April. Check out Golf News for the latest updates...
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