The historical day with Australian sports

April 15 has become a memorable day for Australia as a sports enthusiast, when golf player Adam Scott won the Masters. For the first time, a kangaroo country has such a glory.

Scott, 32, defeated Argentine Angel Cabrera in the breathtaking sub-round to put his name on the history of the most prestigious golf tournament today. It is different from other professional golf tournaments, Masters takes place only in one place is Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia, USA.

Prime Minister Julia Gillard emphasized that “the day is an historic day of Australian sport”. And Sports Minister Kate Lundy called it great news for all Australian athletes who have competed in the Masters as well as for the young golfers. Especially when golf becomes an official sport at the 2016 Rio Olympics, this victory will inspire future generations.

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On his Facebook page, legendary Australian golfer Greg Norman expressed his admiration and affirmed that Scott would go far in the future. He regretted the Masters twice in the 1980s and 1990s.

Earlier, many Australians gathered in front of a television screen to watch the moment Scott ended the defeat of golfers in the country with 8 second place in the Masters. This is also the only tournament still facing the country of kangaroo.

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And they had to go through the moments of suspense when Scott and Cabrera entered the game unexpectedly. In the first match-hole, the two tie. It was until the second match, Scott with an excellent birdie to overcome Cabrera.

Masters, That is also known as the Masters Tournament, is one of the 4 most prestigious professional golf tournaments in the world today. It is held once a year in early April.

This is also an invitation tournament for about 90-100 golfers according to certain standards. The prize money for the winner at Masters 2013 is 8 million USD.