Paul Casey has his 'head in the right place' as he tries to convert strong Masters record into an Augusta win

Paul Casey is keeping a tight rein on his Masters expectations despite enjoying one of the best recent records at Augusta National.
Casey has finished sixth, fourth and sixth in the last three years in the season's first major and comes into the week buoyed by his victory in the Valspar Championship in Florida last month.
'I have a lot of confidence but it's at a good level, it's not too much,' Casey told Press Association Sport.
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5 April 2018 in Sport, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail

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