The Masters: Breakfast team play Augusta's 15th and 18th holes in the Shot Centre

Coltart fires on Firethorn as Holly proves prickly for Howell

Last Updated: 13/04/14 1:50pm

  • Share:

The closing holes at Augusta separate the wheat from the chaff and decide who gets to don the Green Jacket.

Masters Breakfast trio Rob Lee, David Howell and Andrew Coltart examined what the golfing elite will face on Sunday afternoon as they make their charge for Major glory.

Our boys took to the Sky Sports Shot Centre to play the par-five 15th (Firethorn), with Coltart hitting an absolute peach of a shot and Howell not doing too badly either.

Rob, though, had too much power for his own good - perhaps surprisingly considering he was getting a bit of jip from his tennis elbow - and hit it over the green, but still had a decent lie.

Messrs Lee, Howell and Coltart then tackled the 18th (Holly), at which point Rob teased David about putting fade on the ball, and then laughed even harder when his pal smacked his dimpled sphere into the trees - twice.

To see David's shockers and how Rob and Andrew got it very right, as well as our triumvirate's efforts on 15, hit the video at the top of the screen - plus to watch our golfing gurus answer your Twitter questions, hit this link.

  • Share:

Related

The Masters 2014

Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth (r) shake hands following Sunday's final round

Watson defends Spieth

Bubba Watson has defended Jordan Spieth after he was criticised for his behaviour during the final round of the Masters.

Rob sported pink trousers on Masters Breakfast - and a good swing, too

Pinky and perky

Rob Lee blogs on his vivid Masters Breakfast attire and the men that made waves at Augusta National.

Shot Centre Special

A host of big names tackled Augusta National inside our Shot Centre. Click here to see who did what...

Most Popular

Features

Firestone preview

Firestone preview

A preview and best bets for this week's WGC event - the Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club.

Bridging the gap

Bridging the gap

Bruce Critchley explains why the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational is a perfect lead-in to the USPGA.

Lawrie eyes Par 3 prize

Lawrie eyes Par 3 prize

Paul Lawrie is the favourite to take victory on his debut in the upcoming Farmfoods British Par 3 Championships.