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From the Masters : 14 Year Old Makes Cut

by TonyBerkman (editor), Costa Rica, April 12, 2013

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Already the youngest player to ever tee off at the Maters, the 14 year old Chinese boy, Tianlang Guan makes the cut at 4 over.

News from the Masters is the Tianlang Guan 14-year-old Tianlang Guan the youngest player ever to play a Masters hasmade the cut at 4-over par. This was despite the fact that he received a one stroke penalty on the 17th hole for slow play. Apparently it was reallly windy, Guan was making certain he chose the right club. Guan responded after today's play and said he respected the decision. Tiger Woods has played well and is three shots off the lead. He is three shots off the lead though could have been sitting prettier however bogied two of the last four holes. The current leader is Australia's Jason at 6-under, followed by Fred Couples and Marc Leishman who are both one shot behind.

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By Coach Phatty on May 06, 2013 at 09:01 pm

Simply amazing!!! Did you hear about the new phenom from China? The golfer was only 12 YEARS OLD!!!! Unbelieveable!

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By TonyBerkman on May 07, 2013 at 11:25 am

Yes, it is unbelievable. It's as though kids are developing more abilities than we used to have or perhaps its the science behind training. Who knows. The Olympics had so many young Olympiads win medals.

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