American Mastersfirst round champions are in low condition, ranking 63 in the first row of the world

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 American Mastersfirst round champions are in low condition, ranking 63 in the first row of the world


Thomas (left) and Spice (right) did not do well in the first round. Figure /Osports

Jordan Speith, the Little Flying Man who used to roar around the Grand Slam, has been in a downturn for over a year. Todays first round of the Masters competition adds another stroke to his list of downturns. Spears surrendered 75 strokes (+3) on Thursday, ranking 63 side by side, nine strokes behind the leader.

In 2015, at the age of 21, he won the championship with four strokes ahead of the second place and put on a green jacket. Speith is the second youngest champion in American Masters history after Tiger Woods. In addition, Spitz won second place twice and third place in the Masters in the United States. He even regarded the Masters as his favorite championship in the world. Spitzs worst record in Augusta was 11th in 2017. Now Spice is fighting for promotion.

This week, the worlds No. 1 Justin Ross became Spitzs tough brother again, also surrendering 75 strokes (+3) in the first round, ranking 63 side by side.

McRoy, the third best in the world, is no better. This week is McRoys fifth attempt to achieve a full slam in the Masters. In the first round, wheat swallowed two bogeys in the last two holes, only handed over 73 poles (+1), ranking 44th side by side. It seems that the situation of realizing the great cause of full slam this year is still not optimistic.

Justin Thomas, ranked fifth in the world, was also ranked 44th with 73 strokes (+1). However, this achievement is a routine operation for Thomas. According to statistics, his average number of strokes in the first round of the Masters in the United States is 74 (+2).

To say the worst, its Paul Casey. Kathy had no birds in the first round, swallowed five bogeys and two double bogeys, and surrendered 81 strokes (+9), ranking second to last. Ball 81 was also Caseys worst single-round performance in her personal career. It is worth mentioning that De Shangbo, who emerged in the latter nine holes, caught nine birds all day, six of which were won in the latter nine holes. He handed over 66 strokes (-6) to take the lead in the first round of Masters competition alongside Copka. Embarrassingly, Thomas, Rose, Spears and Casey combined in the first round had only six birds, while Deschampo beat nine birds alone. Tomorrow the promotion rounds, the big names should wake up. Zhang Yunfeng, editor of the New Beijing News, proofread Guo Liqins article source: Lu Ting_NS5242, responsible editor of the New Beijing News

To say the worst, its Paul Casey. Kathy had no birds in the first round, swallowed five bogeys and two double bogeys, and surrendered 81 strokes (+9), ranking second to last. Ball 81 was also Caseys worst single-round performance in her personal career.

It is worth mentioning that De Shangbo, who emerged in the latter nine holes, caught nine birds all day, six of which were won in the latter nine holes. He handed over 66 strokes (-6) to take the lead in the first round of Masters competition alongside Copka. Embarrassingly, Thomas, Rose, Spears and Casey combined in the first round had only six birds, while Deschampo beat nine birds alone.

Tomorrow the promotion rounds, the big names should wake up.

Proofreading Guo Liqin by Zhang Yunfeng, Editor of New Beijing Newspaper