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5 Amateur Golfers Who Could Shine at the 2014 Masters

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5 Amateur Golfers Who Could Shine at the 2014 Masters

5 Amateur Golfers Who Could Shine at the 2014 Masters
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The 2014 Masters Tournament will soon be upon us, and the world is ready for some premiere golf action. Filled with a few amateur golfers, take a look at five who could shine in the tournament!

5. Oliver Goss

5. Oliver Goss
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5. Oliver Goss

5. Oliver Goss
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Hailing from Australia, at 19 years old, Oliver Goss was a runner up at the 2013 US Amateur tournament. He plays collegiate golf at the University of Tennessee and so far, has six top-10 finishes!

4. Mike McCoy

4. Mike McCoy
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4. Mike McCoy

4. Mike McCoy
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Winning the 2013 US Mid-Amateur Tournament, Mike McCoy knows all about success and coming back from behind. It's his first time in the Masters Tournament, so expect him to give it his all to come out on top!

3. Jordan Niebrugge

3. Jordan Niebrugge
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3. Jordan Niebrugge

3. Jordan Niebrugge
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Jordan Niebrugge won the 2013 US Amateur Public Links Tournament, and is going after the top prize this year at the Masters. He plays collegiate golf for Oklahoma State University,and at just 20 years old, wants to make a name for himself.

2. Garrick Porteous

2. Garrick Porteous
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2. Garrick Porteous

2. Garrick Porteous
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Playing collegiate golf at Tennessee, so far, Garrick Porteous has won the 2013 British Amateur Tournament and has seven top-10 finishes! He's looking to do well early on to ensure victory.

1. Matthew Fitzpatrick

1. Matthew Fitzpatrick
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1. Matthew Fitzpatrick

1. Matthew Fitzpatrick
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Matthew Fitzpatrick is hands down the best amateur golfer in the 2014 Masters Tournament. Winning the 2013 US Amateur Tournament was just the start of the success that is coming to Fitzpatrick with his precise style of golf. At just 19 years old, this is only the beginning of the young, promising golf career he has ahead of him.