The 2021 Masters gets underway on Thursday, with the Augusta action back in its usual April slot after a Covid-hit 2020.
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In the build up, World No 1 Dustin Johnson says that despite posting some lacklustre results over the last few tournaments his all-around game is clicking again as he prepares to defend his Masters title this week.
Johnson’s 20-under total at the Covid-delayed tournament at Augusta National Golf Club last November broke the Masters all-time scoring record and delivered the American his second major title.
But in his last three tournaments he finished tied for 54th at the World Golf Championships at The Concession, tied for 48th at the Players Championship and failed to qualify for the final 16 knockout phase of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play event.
The hard-hitting 36-year-old said those results were not representative of where his game is now.
“I feel like the game is starting to get really sharp again and I feel really comfortable, so I’m looking forward to this week,” he told reporters on Tuesday.