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Golf: The Masters - Live: 2014 Day Four
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Hazel Irvine presents coverage of the fourth and final day from the Augusta National in Georgia, where the year's first Major is set to reach a conclusion. Before last year's tournament, Australian golfers had finished in second place a total of nine times, but both Jason Day and Adam Scott were among the leaders for much of the week, and Scott eventually ended his country's agonising record by beating Angel Cabrera on the second hole of a play-off. Tiger Woods sporadically threatened to challenge, but could not find the consistency to end his drought in Majors that dates back to 2008, while Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark found himself in the unlikely position of leading European in a tie for fifth, with Lee Westwood the highest-placed British golfer in a share of eighth. With commentary by Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew Cotter and Paul Azinger, and reports by Rishi Persad.
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