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Masters Insider: Kim Kyung-Tae

Monday, April 11, 2011

The 24-year-old golfer from South Korea won three times on the 2010 Japan Golf Tour and earned his first Masters invitation by finishing among the top 50 in the world at the end of last year. He shot 68 on Sunday and finished the tournament at 3-over 291.

Q: Did Sunday's play give you some confidence for the rest of the year?

A: Today I had the best score for the year. I felt more confident that I can go through all the year.

Q: You played with a marker in the final round. Did that help you relax?

A: I felt more comfortable, and he was a really good player.

Q: You're not the longest hitter. Do you feel like you need more distance to be able to compete at the Masters?

A: I tried before to make more distance, but I lost accuracy. I think more accuracy is more important than hitting longer.

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