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14-Year Old Set To Become Youngest Player In Masters History

14-Year Old Set To Become Youngest Player In Masters History
By Nick Donnelly
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Chinese 14-year old, Guan Tianlang is set to become the youngest ever entrant in the Masters tournament when he tees off this Thursday. Guan, who shared a practice round with his hero Tiger Woods this past Monday, qualified for the Masters tournament by winning the Asia-Pacific Amateur in November. He is the youngest player in the event since Italy's Matteo Manassero made his debut in 2010. Other than Woods, Guan has received advice from other golfing legends such as Ben Crenshaw and is due to play the famous par-3 tournament with Nick Faldo on Wednesday.

With all this in mind, ask yourself just what did you achieve in your 14th year on this planet?

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