- 65 moves Japanese to 11 under, with four tied for second
- Justin Rose among quartet after battling his way to a 72
Moving day? Matsuyama’s day. In proving how even a brief delay in a tournament – in this case 75 minutes – can totally shift its complexion Hideki Matsuyama emerged to leave the remainder of the Masters field grasping for air.
He now sits 18 holes from the making of history; as the first Asian winner of the Masters and the only Japanese man to win a major. A decade ago, Matsuyama won low amateur honours at Augusta. Since then, his best finish has been fifth in 2015; a repeat of the closing round of 66 as pieced together then would be more than sufficient to seal what would be the greatest achievement of his career.
Source: The Guardian
Hideki Matsuyama surges to four-shot lead in weather-hit Masters