AUGUSTA, Ga. — Hideki Matsuyama is a man bereft of emotion. At least that’s how the 2021 Masters champion makes it seem. He is notorious for this within golf circles. Approach shots to 10 feet get a side-eye glare. Smothered drives get stared down like they’re flying off the property. Matsuyama leads the world in strokes gained when one hand flies off the club.

So how would he react to winning the most emotionally overwhelming event in the world? Is Hideki Matsuyama a man bereft of emotion, or is he simply a man who does not disclose the giant emotions that he feels?

Matsuyama stood on the first tee box at Augusta National on Sunday afternoon aiming to win not only his first major championship but the first for any Japanese man in the 150-year history of major golf championships. His weight was…

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