Masters moments: Ian Woosnam wins in 1991 and gets a lift from caddie ‘Wobbly’ | Golf News

first_imgWe continue our look back through the Augusta archives by remembering Ian Woosnam’s dramatic victory at The Masters in 1991. As the countdown continues towards the delayed 2020 Masters, we take you back to 1991 at Augusta National and Ian Woosnam’s maiden major triumph.Woosnam arrived for his fourth Masters appearance ranked second in the world behind defending champion Nick Faldo, and with five top-10 finishes to his name in major championships.The Welshman was five off the pace after an opening-round 72, but he responded with an impressive 62 on day two which got him within two strokes of the halfway leader, and home favourite, Tom Watson. 2:25 Woosnam receives the green jacket from Nick Faldo Woosnam receives the green jacket from Nick Faldo

Jamaica defeat Pakistan by 29 runs in Lauderhill T20

first_imgJamaica took a step closer to a semi-final berth with a convincing win against Pakistan in game 7 of the 2017 City of Lauderhill Int’l T20 Night Cricket Tournament at the Lauderhill Sports Park last Saturday.The Jamaicans won the toss of the coin, elected to bat and piled up 257 for 4 in the allotted 20 overs.  The Jamaican total was built on the back of Sherwyn Powell’s blistering 107 from 56 balls including seven fours and eight sixes. Powell and former Jamaica and West Indies player Danza Hyatt shared a 145-run second wicket partnership with Hyatt slamming 71 laced with two fours and seven sixes.Sheldon Ervin and Ken Wright ended on 25 and 19 not out respectively.Bowling for Pakistan, Z. Tiskan grabbed 2 for 43 and Usman Malik 1 for 40.In reply, Pakistan, led by a swashbuckling ton from in-form batsman Syed Hassan, ended on 228 for 3 in 20 overs. Hassan smashed 119 not out from 46 balls including nine fours and 11 bludgeoning sixes. S. Shrema scored 51 and provided valuable assistance to Hassan, whilst M. Azhar chipped in with 24.Bowling for Jamaica, Elvis Watson bagged 2 for 34 and G. Wallace 1 for 22.The tournament continues on Saturday, March 25, with Pakistan bowling off against Combined Islands, followed by Trinidad & Tobago versus India.All matches are played at the Lauderhill Sports Park, 7500 W. Oakland Park Blvd, Lauderhill.last_img read more