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Finau is 'humble and hungry' working for big win

Finau is 'humble and hungry' working for big win

Tony Finau credits wanting to take his game to the next level as the difference-maker between his first-round 74 and second-round 66 at the Masters, as he looks to transform his "successful" career to a "winning" one.

Golf world hails Matsuyama after historic win

Golf world hails Matsuyama after historic win

Kevin Na was among many players who congratulated Hideki Matsuyama after winning the 2021 Masters Tournament.

Putting may decide Leishman's Masters final round

Putting may decide Leishman's Masters final round

Marc Leishman (70) explains why his observations of previous Masters winners indicate that his final round will come down to his ability to make putts in this Workday Playing Through Change.

Xander Schauffele happy with iron progression at The Masters

Schauffele happy with iron progression at The Masters

In today's edition of Playing Through Change presented by Workday, Xander Schauffele (69) reflects on his performance during the 2nd round of the 85th Masters Tournament. 

Patrick Reed capitalizing on creativity at the Masters

Reed capitalizing on creativity at the Masters

Patrick Reed (70) reflects on his opening round at the Masters and why he enjoys playing at Augusta National, as well as how the course allows him to continue to innovate his game.

Why the 2021 Masters will be 'nothing like' 2020

Why the 2021 Masters will be 'nothing like' 2020

Francisco Mollinari, Webb Simpson and Jason Day reflect on the 2020 Masters in November and how the playing conditions differ for the April Masters in this Workday Playing Through Change.

Charles Osborne balancing college play, prep for Masters

Osborne finding balance between college, Masters prep

2020 U.S. Amateur Championship runner-up is ready to make his first-career start at Augusta National, and the SMU junior is still focused on competing hard at the collegiate level as he prepares for his thrilling debut.

Tyler Strafaci returns to roots for Masters debut

Strafaci returns to roots as he makes first career start at Masters

2020 U.S. Amateur Champion and local player Tyler Strafaci is ready to make his first career start at Augusta National as he continues to emerge as a rising star.

Playing Through Change: Langer passes Aaron as oldest player to make cut at Masters

Playing Through Change: Langer passes Aaron as oldest player to make cut at Masters

63-year-old Bernhard Langer has become the oldest player to make the cut at the Masters Tournament. 

Playing Through Change: Im earns second-best major finish by a South Korean

Playing Through Change: Im earns second-best major finish by a South Korean

Sungjae Im's runner-up finish at the 84th Masters Tournament is the second-best major finish by a player representing South Korea.