Matsuyama makes history, becomes first Japanese golfer to win Masters
Japanese star beats Masters rookie Will Zalatoris by one stroke.
Hideki Matsuyama made history Sunday evening, capturing the Masters to become the first Japanese golfer to win a major PGA tournament.
Matsuyama finished with a 10-under 278, besting Masters rookie Will Zalatoris by one stroke. The champion had to survive a shot in the water at the 15th that left him with a bogey.
A five-time winner on the PGA Tour, Matsuyama took control with a sizzling 65 on a rain-delayed Saturday.
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