If he’s not Boris, he oughta be. Some people call him Will, but what parents named Zalatoris would call their kid Will? That’s just weird.
Matsuyama is pretty dominant, but the kid Boris playing his first Masters is the story. Nobody else is pushing Hideki Matsuyama, and he won’t likely catch him, but Boris, dude, you’re cool.
I’m not sure it’s a metric often measured, but wouldn’t an eight-syllable Matsuyama-Zalatoris 1-2 finish be the most ever at a Masters?
Don’t go rushing for your Masters archives … Xander Schauffele is now in second. At only six total syllables, Matsuyama-Schauffele is a mouthful, for sure, but a lower bar for history.