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    No regrets from American golfer Xander Schauffele - who saw his Masters chances sink with a misjudged tee shot on the par three 16th at Augusta

    No regrets from American golfer Xander Schauffele - who saw his Masters chances sink with a misjudged tee shot on the par three 16th at Augusta


    Sitting two shots off leader Hideki Matsuyama, Schauffele sent an eight iron into the water.

    The resulting triple bogey saw him settle for a tie for third, three shots back from the Japanese winner.

    Schauffele admits he misjudged the wind direction, but doesn't regret the decision to attack the hole.

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