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  •   Home > News > Sports > Golf

    Justin Rose is reflecting on a tough third round at golf's Masters

    Justin Rose is reflecting on a tough third round at golf's Masters


    Hideki Matsuyama has put himself in prime position to be the first men's golfer from Japan to win a major, with a seven-under 65 moving him to 11-under.

    Rose has been stuck at seven-under for the second consecutive day, having led after 18 and 36 holes with the score.

    He's four shots back in a share of second and says Matsuyama was in rarefied air during the round.

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