Murray Is Looking Forward To Masters ‘Full Of Rich Promise’

Ewen Murray is looking forward to the Masters in “Garden of Eden” golf’s and attempting to highlight a winner from “the most impressive field in depth the Masters has had since its inception”.

Within our shores, there is no golfer present that doesn’t look forward to the April first week. At their own courses, the grass wake up from its winter slumbers, the bluebells and daffodils emerge from the woodlands and the green keepers fire up the mowers after being in the hibernation for months.

But, before the Spring Medal start, there is a tournament present that captures the imagination of all. A sporting spectacular golf played out in the Garden of Eden. This is the tournament where there is a huge prize money, along with world-ranking points and a glorious unique trophy. Here, the best players of the world are invited to compete, but, here only thing that matters to them is an item of clothing that confirms golfing greatness.

In springtime, there is nothing like the Masters at Augusta National G.C. in Georgia.

Perhaps the reason for the same is the winters are long here, and may be because the last major was played some eight months ago, however, this event can never come so early and Masters of this year is full of rich promise.

This year, many top players are in good form. Start with the Bubba Watson, two-time champion; he had two victories in the last two months. Phil Mickelson, who is now 47 years of age and has been a three-time champion has found a new lease of life and have won another World Golf Championship (WGC) in Mexico.

Dustin Johnson is the top-ranked player at the present time and has won. The same is true with Jason Day, Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, Tommy Fleetwood, and many others.

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