Last week we saw the first ever Masters to be played in November and with no patrons on site. This was slightly surreal but totally understandable in the current climate. It also brought some very different scenery at Augusta National with the brown autumnal foliage blending superbly with the bright green fairways and white sand. 
 
The Golf itself brought a very welcome distraction from the current pandemic, although we were worried again when play was suspended at the start of the tournament due to storms. Thankfully this cleared after a couple of hours and the sun made a welcome appearance, and the action could begin.  
 
The scoring was very low all week, culminatinating in a record winning score for DJ, fininshing on 20 under par, surpassing the previous record by 2 shots. As you would expect from the Masters, there were lots of twists and turns along the way, including a 10 on a Par 3 by Tiger Woods, the highest single hole score of his career.  
 
What an occasion and luckily we don't have to wait too long for the next one in April. DJ is definitely the man to beat at the moment and it certainly justifies his world number 1 ranking.  
 
 
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