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Augusta — After riding out a four-hour swirl of emotions to finally secure history on Sunday, Hideki Matsuyama lifted his cap and gave a slight bow. With the hopes of a nation atop his broad shoulders, Matsuyama did just enough to hold on at Augusta, becoming the first player from Japan to win a men’s Major tournament with a one-shot victory at the Masters.        

After heading into the final round with a four-shot lead, the 29-year-old picked up his first victory worldwide in four years with a one-over-par 73 in the final round at Augusta National to finish a steady four days at 10-under 278...

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