Dylan Frittelli books spot at 2021 Masters, banks a cool R7 million



  • South African golfer Dylan Frittelli secured a high 5 end on the 2020 Masters, which was gained by American Dustin Johnson.
  • Courtesy of being within the high 12, Frittelli earned an computerized invitation to the 2021 Masters, which is anticipated to maintain its unique April date.
  • Frittelli was the best-placed South African and banked R7 million for his four-day efforts.

After testing constructive for the coronavirus in June, Dylan Frittelli’s yr received loads higher after a stellar efficiency at this previous weekend’s Masters.

He was the best-placed South African at Augusta Nationwide as he signed an even-par 72 to complete on 11-under for the match.

Frittelli, who was making his second Masters look this previous weekend, completed in a tie for fifth – 9 photographs behind first-time inexperienced jacket winner, Dustin Johnson.

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One of many qualifying classes for the following version of the Masters is that the ‘High 12 and ties’ from the earlier yr get an invite again in April 2021.

This marked the primary time Frittelli ended within the high 10 of a Main championship, together with his earlier finest a tied for 31st spot on the 2018 PGA Championship.

In June, Frittelli grew to become the primary South African and fourth PGA Tour participant to check constructive for the coronavirus because the season resumed.

Frittelli instructed the Augusta Chronicle after his ultimate spherical that he was “proud” of his efficiency at yr’s ultimate Main.

“Clearly it is a massive step for me to complete high 10 in a serious,” stated the 30-year-old.

“It is my first time. Additionally first time making the reduce right here, as properly, so a lot of first-time occasions that I am happy with.”

Frittelli, who completed tied for fifth alongside Northern Eire’s Rory McIlroy, was rewarded with $460 000 (round R7 million) for his 4 days’ work.

Frittelli will proceed his exploits on the PGA Tour because the tour strikes to Saint Simons Island in Georgia for Thursday’s RSM Traditional.

– Compiled by Lynn Butler



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