The headlines are calling this weekend’s shakedown at Augusta National a “Masters like no other”. It’s being played in November, with no ropes along the fairways, no fans around the greens and a field that makes it tricky to predict a winner. 

The Times reckons “Fearless young guns ready to take Augusta by storm”. The Guardian believes a “Masters like no other arrives with golf powering to a crossroads”. The New York Times paints it as Bryson DeChambeau versus the rest, while others wonder if Tiger Woods can repeat the miracle of 2019...

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