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YOUNG VS OLD: Is the rivalry between former world number one Tiger Woods and current world number one Rory McIlroy now finished? Will it be replaced by a McIlroy-Spieth (above) tussle?
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YOUNG VS OLD: Is the rivalry between former world number one Tiger Woods (above) and current world number one Rory McIlroy now finished? Will it be replaced by a McIlroy-Spieth tussle?
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YOUNG VS OLD: Is the rivalry between former world number one Tiger Woods and current world number one Rory McIlroy (above) now finished? Will it be replaced by a McIlroy-Spieth tussle?
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'It's pretty special to see him (Spieth) battling the year before and me beating him, and then him coming up with that performance the following year is pretty amazing.' - Bubba Watson (above), 2014 US Masters winner, who is playing in the inaugural Shenzhen International this week

Changing of the guard

21-year-old US Masters champion Jordan Spieth has helped to open up a new exciting era in the men's professional game.
Apr 18, 2015 5:50 AM

BEFORE this year's US Masters even started, there was the usual commentary and analysis from golf experts and pundits centred around a handful of possible winners in both young and more experienced players, and whether four-time winner and former world number one Tiger Woods would make an