Last week’s winner Spieth showed that his incredible run of good form continues as he finished tied 3rd while he led Greens hit in Regulation. Runner up Zalatoris was also close on his heels, highlighting this key factor in good scoring!
First time Masters invitee Robert Macintyre made the most birdies while long hitting Cameron Champ underlined his potential, edging out Bryson DeChambeau, who may have missed out as he spent a good part of the week in the trees.
Statistics Leaders this week –
Greens in Regulation – Jordan Spieth – 77.78% (1st in GIR)
Will Zalatoris – 73.61% (2nd in GIR)
Birdie Leader – Robert MacIntyre – 21 birdies
Driving Distance – Cameron Champ – 323.8 yards
Driving Accuracy – Matthew Fitzpatrick – 87.50%
Putts per GIR Avg. – Jose Maria Olazabal – 1.46. This amazing putting helped the 55 year old with two Masters victories to his credit (1994 & 1999) make the cut for the first time in 7 years surprising everyone ! Olazabal wore Ryder Cup colours to honour his good friend , the legendary Seve Ballesteros who’s birthday coincided with Master’s Sunday but who passed away 10 years ago.